Alex Murdaugh wants judgment overturned in housekeeper’s death

Alex Murdaugh, left, and Gloria Satterfield, right. (South Carolina Department of Corrections; Bland Richter, LLP)

Lawyers for convicted double murderer Alex Murdaugh are asking a judge to overturn a $4.3million judgment related to the theft of an insurance payment he received following the death of his housekeeper on his property more than five years ago.

Murdaugh entered a $4.3 million judgment confession in May 2022 in a lawsuit brought by the sons of his late housekeeper, Gloria Satterfield. Tony Satterfield and his brother, Brian Harriot, sued Murdaugh after discovering he had pocketed the $4.3 million in insurance payments from Lloyd’s of London and Nautilus instead of paying the money to the brothers.

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