Ryan Granthamknown for playing Jeffery Augustine in “Riverdale”, was sentenced to life behind bars for killing his own mother.
The 24-year-old was sentenced by the Supreme Court of Canada in British Columbia on Wednesday, about 6 months after pleading guilty to second-degree murder in the death of his mother, Barbara Waiteback in 2020.
Prosecutors say the disgraced actor recorded his confession and the aftermath of the tragic ordeal with his own camera at the time – in the clip he admitted: ‘I shot him in the back of the neck. In the moments that followed, she would have known it was me.
Justice Kathleen Ker described the case as heartbreaking, tragic and heartbreaking while inflicting grief on him.
Prosecutors say Grantham shot his mother in the back of the head while she was playing the piano at home – the next day he loaded his car with guns, ammunition, Molotov cocktails and ‘ directions to Rideau Cottage – where the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Lives.
Detectives investigating the case say Grantham later confessed he was trying to kill Trudeau and wrote about his goal in a diary.
Under the terms of the sentence, Grantham will not be eligible for parole during his first 14 years of confinement.
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