Aileen Wuornos Disturbing Childhood And Earlier Life
Aileen was raised in an abusive and abandonment environment. She went on to become America’s most infamous female serial killer.
Aileen was executed in 2002 after receiving the death penalty for the killing of seven men.
Her life later became a sensation in the film world. It was subject to screenplays, stage production, and documentaries.
The movie “Monster” is based on Aileen’s life. Aileen became a pr*stitute at the tender age of 11.
She would trade s*x for cigarettes in elementary school. Her father was a convicted s*x offender and was already in prison before she was born.
He hanged himself in his prison cell when Aileen was 13 years old. Her mother had left her at the care of her paternal grandparents.
Shortly after her father’s suicide, her grandmother died of liver failure. Her grandfather had been beating and raping her for several years.
At 15 years old, Aileen got pregnant and dropped out of school. She gave up her son for adoption and resulted in pr*stitution and petty theft.
At 20 years old, Aileen married a 69-year-old named Lewis Fell. Her new husband was a successful businessman. However, his new bride was troublesome.
She would get into fights in the local bars and had trouble with local law enforcement. Fell even claimed that Aileen would beat him.
He eventually got a restraining order against her. Aileen had to file for an annulment after just nine weeks of marriage.
At this time, her brother suddenly died, and Aileen collected his life insurance policy.
The policy amounted to $10,000. She used the money to cover a DUI fine and buy a luxury car, which she would later crash while driving under the influence.
The money soon ran out, and she returned to Florida. She went back to petty theft and pr*stitution and was regularly arrested.
In 1987, she found a lover and a partner in crime. Her new accomplice was Tyria Moore, a hotel maid.