Charged for murder

2010-11-26 11:10
Former Big Brother contestant 'Bad Brad' Wood has been charged with murder along with four others after four illegal miners were killed at the Aurora Grootvlei Mine in Springs. Wood was the head of the security company at the mine.

Here are some other well-known personalities who have been accused of murder:

OJ Simpson
The former American football player was accused of murdering his wife Nicole Brown Simpson. In 1995, after a very public trial saga, Simpson was found not guilty. He still made it to jail though! In 2007, OJ was arrested on numerous charges including kidnapping and armed robbery. He's currently serving time in a Nevada prison.

Jub Jub (Molemo Maarohanye)
The rapper and former Survivor South Africa contestant was accused of murder after he and another friend raced their Mini Coopers in Soweto and ploughed into a group of school children, killing four of them.

Michael Brea
The Ugly Betty and Step Up: 3D actor has been charged with stabbing his mother to death with a sword. 

Snoop Dogg
The rapper was accused of the 1993 murder of Philip Woldemariam, but was acquitted in 1996 after his bodyguard was found guilty of the crime.

Bees Roux
The Blue Bulls prop was charged with the murder after allegedly beating a metro policeman to death. Bees was released on R100 000 bail in August 2010 and the case will continue in the Pretoria high court on December 10.

Phil Spector
The record producer and songwriter was convicted of the 2003 murder of actress Lana Clarkson. After a mistrial in 2007, he was sentenced in 2009 to 19 years to life in prison.

Bad Brad has been accused of murder. Snoop Dogg, Jub Jub and Bees Roux have all been charged for the same crime. We look at 6 deadly celebs.
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