'Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal,' a documentary series that lives up to its title in every way, is equal parts bewildering, disturbing, and disturbing. That's because it investigates the once-infamous solicitors in the Murdaugh family's deaths, thefts, and lies connected to them over the last few years. Yet for now, we've got all of the essential information for you.
Buster Murdaugh's Girlfriend?
Buster first encountered Brooklyn through a mutual friend while attending the University of South Carolina School of Law in 2018, only to quickly fall head over heels. He was actually kicked off both the program and the institution in early 2019, but the relationship ended up becoming much more serious, deeper, and warmer in a relatively short period.
Brooklynn is a native of Rock Hill, South Carolina, who moved to Tuscaloosa, Alabama, in 2014 to pursue law school in her native state of Alabama. During her eight years of volunteer work, she also attended Delta Zeta sorority college.
Brooklynn served as an extra hand at Rock Hill Elks Lodge, the Miracle League of Tuscaloosa, and the Special Olympics between 2014 and 2017. She then joined Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough in 2019, then held another such position at Turner Padget Graham & Laney in 2020.
What Has Happened to Buster Murdaugh's Girlfriend?
Buster and Brooklynn reside together in a one-bedroom condominium in Hilton Head Island's Lowcountry resort town, alongside their golden retriever, Miller. She is a proud practicing attorney at Olivetti, McCray, and Withrow, LLC, which specializes in Probate & Estate Planning, Beneficiary Representation, Trust Administration, and Elder Law.
Many local Lowcountry residents believed that Buster Murdaugh had a secret connection with Stephen Smith just prior to his mysterious death in 2015. Yet it appears that neither this nor any of his family's extensive problems over the previous five or so years have directly interfered with his friendship with Brooklynn. After all, she can always be seen right by Buster as they await the trial of his father Richard Alexander "Alex" Murdaugh in connection with his mother's death in 2021.