Stella Maudine Stephenson Net Worth

Stella Maudine Stephenson Net Worth is
$17 Million

Stella Maudine Stephenson Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Stella Nickell (born August 7, 1943) is an American woman who was sentenced to 90 years in prison for product tampering after she allegedly poisoned Excedrin capsules with lethal cyanide, resulting in the deaths of her husband Bruce and of Susan Snow. Her May 1988 conviction and prison sentence were the first under federal product tampering laws instituted after the Chicago Tylenol murders.

Date Of BirthAugust, 1943
Place Of BirthColton, Oregon, USA
SpouseBruce Nickell
ChildrenCynthia Hamilton
1Has two children, Cynthia Lea (b. October 23, 1959) and Leah Ruth (b. November 4, 1966) - Cynthia is from a teenage relationship and Leah is her daughter with Bob Strong.
2Poisoned her second husband, Bruce, with cyanide-tainted Excedrin capsules, in order to collect the insurance money (some $176,000). When his death was ruled to be from emphysema (a ruling that deprived her from $100,000 of the insurance money), she callously poisoned Susan K. Snow, a 40-year-old bank manager, by placing cyanide in capsules and placing them on a store shelf. This gave her the excuse to have her husband's death re-investigated.
3Her daughter Cynthia turned states evidence and testified against her mother, for which was rewarded $250,000 of the $300,000 reward money.
4On May 9, 1988 she received a 90-year prison sentence for the murders of her husband and a bank manager. She got the dubious honor of being the first person to be convicted of murder by product tampering (she added cyanide to excedrin tablets).


Perfect Crimes?1999TV Movie

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