Who is Todd Kohlhepp wife? Let’s find out the whereabouts of the infamous serial killer’s life partner and more.
Todd Kohlhepp is an American serial killer convicted of murdering seven people in South Carolina between 2003 and 2016.
His victims included 5 males and 3 females, out of which only Kala Brown survived.
He was born on 7 March 1971 in Florida and raised in South Carolina and Georgia. An unhealthy childhood, his parents divorced when he was 2 years old.
After that, Todd’s mother took custody and remarried the following year. Further, he had an unhealthy relationship with his stepfather and often wanted to live with his biological father.
Further, Todd had spent three and a half months in a Georgia psychiatric hospital because of his inability to get along with other children.
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Living with his biological father from 1983, he began working several local jobs taking his father’s surname.
Further, he inherited his father’s hobby of collecting weapons and was taught to make bombs. He was also able to get a real estate license on 30 June 2006.
Where Are Todd Kohlhepp And His Wife Now?
Todd Kohlhepp doesn’t seem to have a wife at the moment.
However, reports suggest that he was in a relationship with Holly Eudy for a decade. Apparently, the two met in 2006. Although Holly was married, she was in an affair with Todd for a decade.
Holly later admitted the affair to her husband.
Todd Kohlhepp Net Worth
Todd Kohlhepp is yet to disclose any information on his net worth.
However, he was a successful real state agent. And in August 2020, some of his belongings were auctioned, and the proceeds were donated to the victims’ families.
Todd Kohlhepp claims he has murdered more than his seven known victims. Can his story be trusted?
— Investigation Discovery (@DiscoveryID) July 22, 2019
Is Todd Kohlhepp Arrested?
Todd Kohlhepp is arrested and currently imprisoned at Broad River Correctional Institution in Columbia, South Carolina.
He was arrested shortly after Kala Brown’s rescue. He confessed to the killings and kidnappings while meeting his mother. Following his arrest, he claimed that he had more victims who weren’t discovered.
On 26 May 2017, Todd pleaded guilty to seven counts of murder, two counts of kidnapping, and one count of criminal sexual assault and was sentenced to seven consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole in a plea bargain that spared him from capital punishment.
Before his sentence in 2017, he had already served fourteen years in prison as a sex offender. With an IQ of 118, he was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder. During his imprisonment, he graduated from Central Arizona College with a bachelor’s degree in computer science.