On January 24, 2019, Grant Amato murdered his family, leaving behind a blood-stained, beautiful home. He had stolen over $200,000 from the family before killing himself after becoming obsessed with a Bulgarian webcam model. The police say Amato killed his family members because the money was running out. The police were able to gain entry into the home after getting no response from Amato’s family. When they arrived, they saw his brother’s car in the driveway.
The prosecution claimed that Grant had staged the crime scene, but the police aren’t convinced. A firearms expert testified at Grant’s trial that none of the guns in his home were used in the shooting. The prosecution believes Grant planted bullets near the victims, but the bullets that killed Cody and Margaret were not fired from close range.
The murders are the first in a string of murders involving Amato. Police say his victims were an aspiring actress who had been targeted by the Mafia Commission. But Amato’s lawyers say the investigators failed to consider other potential suspects and the crime scene was not properly processed.
Grant Amato has pleaded not guilty to three counts of premeditated first-degree murder. His trial is set to start on July 23, and if he is convicted, he may face the death penalty. Although he has been in jail since the shooting of his parents, his trial is still ongoing. If convicted, Grant Amato may face the death penalty. This case is being watched closely by the entire country.
The trial is still ongoing, with an FBI agent and Grant Amato’s former friend to testify. A jury of eight women and four men is set to hear Amato’s case. The jury will determine whether he acted within the scope of the crime. The death penalty is the most appropriate option, but this is not the only option.
Grant’s motive for killing his family was personal. He had a close relationship with his brother and mother. He relied on the family for money and support. He also viewed his family as obstacles to Silvie’s happiness. Grant had spent money on Silvie, a Bulgarian webcam model.
The police did not have much time to search the home. However, prosecutors were able to discover that the murder weapon was just a few feet away from the body of Cody Amato. In addition, Grant’s cell phone was found near the body of his victim. As evidence, prosecutors showed a video of Grant Amato watching Sylvia Ventsislavova’s videos about eight months before his death.
The Amato family lived at 2112 Sultan Circle in Chuluota, Florida. His mother Margaret had another child, Jason. She and her husband Chad adopted him when he was three years old. Grant and Cody were born in 1989. They were best friends. They were members of the weightlifting team at Timber Creek High School. They were also planning to attend nursing school and become nurse anesthetists. The Amatos envisioned a bright future for themselves and their families.