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A Florida man is accused of killing his family after stealing 0,000 from them and wiring the cash to a Bulgarian cam girl, according to a report.Grant Amato, 29, was arrested Monday and charged with the murders of his parents and brother, who were found dead in their Chuluota home over the weekend, Orlando’s News6 reported.With this somewhat impulsive decision, my dream of normalcy felt forever compromised.To protect myself from stigma, I kept my job a secret from nearly everyone, including Dave.Last summer when I got married I wore a white lace dress, donned a flower crown, and held a bouquet.I was the picture of a traditional bride — but for my half-sleeve tattoo, and my provocative history.
According to a report by the Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Taskforce, the criminalized and stigmatized nature of the industry makes sex workers particularly vulnerable to intimate partner violence.Finally, several hours later, he shot dead his brother, who had come by the house to visit."For over four hours, with the bodies of his dead mother and father in the house, the defendant waits for Cody to come home," prosecutor Stewart Stone told the court, the reported."By any definition of the word 'cold,' these murders were cold."Amato had told police that his family gave him an ultimatum when they found out about his payments to the camera model, which was to seek treatment for internet and sex addiction or leave the family home.Cody Amato's girlfriend told investigators that her boyfriend feared his brother would "kill everyone."The killer had stolen ,000 and guns from his brother and a further 0,000 from his father, including a loan taken out on his parents' house, Fox35 reported."It's so hard to go through the grieving process when there are multiple losses and uncertainty in the future," Jason Amato, the surviving brother, told the court, WESH reported."Through all this, though, I'm a proud Amato, and I will rise up smarter and stronger than before."The prosecutor described the 12-person jury's decision not to recommend the death penalty as "a matter of pure mercy," Fox35 reported."If you noticed, every single one of their findings was a yes. "It's very difficult to get 12 people to agree to impose the death penalty.