Gilgo Beach Suspect's Wife Said to Be Paid $1M for Docuseries
There's outrage over the wife of the accused Gilgo Beach serial killer reportedly getting $1 million to participate in a documentary. Asa Ellerup and her children made the alleged deal with the streaming service Peacock. Rex Heuermann is charged with murdering three women more than a decade ago. He's pleaded not guilty. Peacock tells Inside Edition that Heuermann's wife was not paid for participating in the series but was paid a licensing fee for archival materials.