Where Are The Players In The JonBenet Ramsey Case Now?
While the grand jury indictments of JonBenet Ramsey's parents have been released INSIDE EDITION looks back at the people involved in the murder case that gripped America.
The JonBenet Ramsey murder case made household names out of the Ramsey family. So where are they now?
JonBenet’s mother, Patsy Ramsey, died of ovarian cancer in 2006, at age 49. She is buried in Atlanta next to JonBenet. Patsy went to her grave with the murder of her beauty queen daughter unsolved.
JonBenet’s father, John Ramsey, remarried in 2011. He wed fashion designer Jan Rousseaux. They spoke to INSIDE EDITION about JonBenet’s murder last year.
He said, “I don't know anyone that evil. I never had anyone around me who would do that evil thing.”
Before John remarried, he dated Beth Holloway, whose daughter Natalee vanished in Aruba in 2005 and is presumed dead.
JonBenet’s brother, Burke, nine at the time of her death, is now 26. He's a website designer in Indianapolis.
And what about John Mark Karr, the oddball teacher deported from Thailand after he foolishly and falsely claimed he killed JonBenet?
When INSIDE EDITION interviewed him and his then-fiancée in 2008, he confirmed that he had thought about having a sex change. Which might explain why Karr was last spotted using the ladies room at an airport in France.
A woman from the restroom told INSIDE EDITION, “This lady was washing her hands next to me and I had to take a second look cause I knew it wasn't a lady.”
All forever linked to a tragedy that continues to haunt America.
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