Was Diana Ross’ Fame The Cause Of Her Brother’s & His Wife’s Murder?
Diana Ross’ beloved brother, Arthur T-Boy Ross was murdered in 1996. On June 26, 1996, police found the decaying bodies of T-Boy and his wife Patricia Ann Robinson, in a basement inside of the basement of an associate’s dilapidated home in Oak Park, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. The two of them were reportedly bound, gagged, and died of suffocation. It was estimated that the bodies had been there for several days, to a week. The date of the couple’s deaths was estimated to be May 30, 1996. T-Boy was 47 years old and his wife was 54. The two people who were suspected of committing the murders were acquitted in 1997 because there was not enough evidence to convict them.
How did THE Diana Ross (who by that time had sold 150 million records and had huge success in music and acting) have a brother living a type of lifestyle that would have placed him in that type of harm? Simple. Many who knew them say T-Boy took Diana’s fame and living in her shadow extremely hard and that he often…
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