NEW EPISODES OF OXYGEN'S HIT SERIES "SNAPPED" KICK OFF ON JUNE 6 WITH CASE OF JANE ANDREWS, FORMER ASSISTANT TO FERGIE, DUCHESS OF YORK
It's A "Killer Month of June" As the Network Unveils Four New Episodes
Premiering Every Sunday At 10:00PM ET/PT
New York, NY ' May 27, 2010 ' The summer may be hot, but it's four heated trials that shake things up during Oxygen's "Killer Month of June," featuring all new episodes of "Snapped" every Sunday at 10pm ET/PT. The lineup kicks off on June 6 with the highly publicized case of Jane Andrews, former assistant to the Duchess of York. Rounding out the rest of the month is Elicia Hughes, of Jackson Mississippi on June 13; Diane Fleming, of Chesterfield, Virginia on June 20; and Lynn Turner, of Cumming, Georgia on June 27.
"Snapped" features everyday average moms, wives and girlfriends who allegedly "snap" and commit murder. Did they do it? And if so, what set them off? Was it a cheating spouse, years of constant abuse or their own personal infidelity? Whatever the situation, the women share a common bond--they're all accused of Snapping!
The "Killer Month of June" features the following real-life crime cases (all times are 10pm ET/PT):
Sunday, June 6 ' Jane Andrews, of Fulham West London
Jane Andrews was living the highlife, serving as the esteemed personal assistant to Fergie, Duchess of York. But when tight finances resulted in Andrews being let go, she turned to romance to fill the void in her life. And it worked! Andrews and her boyfriend Tom Cressman were happy and in love�until police discovered Cressman stabbed to death with Andrews nowhere to be found. Had Cressman broken off the relationship? And if so, could his death be a classic case of a woman scorned?
Sunday, June 13 ' Elicia Hughes, of Jackson, Mississippi
A quiet little town is shaken up when Elicia Hughes' husband, Brian, is unexpectedly shot and killed in the couple's home. Little is known about who committed the crime and why, until evidence suggests that the killer might have come from inside the house. As reports surface of her husband's many adulterous indiscretions, suspecting eyes turn toward Hughes and she must fight ' twice ' to prove her innocence.
Sunday, June 20 ' Diane Fleming, of Chesterfield, Virginia
One man's death leads to a question of mistake vs. murder and leaves soccer mom Diane Fleming fighting for her innocence. When Chuck Fleming finds himself deathly ill, evidence points toward his unassuming wife. But with an entire community supporting her, Diane finds that her son is far easier to blame. The toxicology report is in ' and only the jury's vote counts.
Sunday, June 27 ' Lynn Turner, of Cumming, Georgia
Police officer Glenn Turner and firefighter Randy Thompson have only two things in common: a relationship with Lynn Turner�and their untimely deaths. Both cases are deemed death from natural causes, until sources connect the dots and find similarities in the men's "sudden sickness." Could the deaths actually be homicides traced back to a money-hungry Turner? And, with a lack of tangible evidence and two buried bodies, how much can the prosecutors prove?
For the "Snapped" super fan www.oxygen.com has all new photos, bonus videos and message boards for fans to chat and discuss each episode.
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