Beefcake & Bullets: The Chippendales Murder - Part One - Bloody Murder: A True Crime Podcast
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Steve Banerjee, creator of the world famous male stripper troupe, The Chippendales, would do anything to protect his brand. And what a brand it was; at their peak the Chippendales were raking in millions of dollars a year. Controlling and consumed by greed, Steve had everything he could dream of thanks to his thrusting empire of man meat, but it was never enough. In the end he resorted to arson, extortion and murder to retain his power. Welcome to part one of our two part special on The Chippendales Murder.

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Aussie As: A drug courier who smashed into two parked police cars with a shit-tonne of ice in his van goes with a rather honest legal defence.

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Sources: Deadly Dance: The Chippendale Murders by K. Scot Macdonald 2014, Mysteries and Scandals, The Chippendales Murder. The Medium: The real Chippendale’s Murder Mystery: P.S. Anybody know what the hell happened to Will Mott? By Audra Vy Novak, Oct 21, 2017. Think Magazine, Soman the Showman by Anirvan Chatterjee, September 13, 2020. The Independent, Steve Banerjee, by Phil Reeves, Monday 13 December 1993. Ranker, The Tall, Dark, And Surprisingly Murder-Filled History of Chippendales, by Genevieve Carlton, June 14, 2019. Get Begal, Date with Death: Bengali millionaire Steve Banerjee and his doomed American dream by Yajnaseni Chakraborty, 5 August, 2020. FBI files, Backstage Murder S03E13. Hindustan Times, The other side of Steve: A Bombay boy who founded Chippendales, America’s first all-male strip club, by The other side of Steve: A Bombay boy who founded Chippendales, America’s first all-male strip club, by Paramita Ghosh, April 3, 2018.

Aussie As Sources: Simon Tu: Drug courier found with $130 million in ‘ice’ after crashing into police cars jailed, Heath Parkes-Hupton, News.com.au, Sept 11, 2020. Lawyer Describes Client Who Crashed Into Police Carrying 260kg Of Meth As ‘Hopeless’, Tom Wood, Ladbible, Sept 10, 2020

 

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