The murder demo of US millionaire Robert Durst, the subject of the documentary The Jinx, has started out with the jury viewing clips from the collection.
Prosecutors allege that in 2000 the 76-year-previous killed Susan Berman to halt police questioning her about the disappearance of his wife, Kathleen.
Mr Durst has pleaded not guilty to the murder demand.
The genuine estate heir was the target of the 2015 collection The Jinx, in which he allegedly confessed to the crime.
Jurors were performed the show’s finale, exactly where Mr Durst is captured on a microphone expressing to himself: “What the hell did I do? Killed them all, of training course.”
Hours prior to this previous episode aired, authorities arrested him in New Orleans for Berman’s murder.
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Mr Durst’s attorney, Dick DeGuerin, objected to jurors also getting demonstrated clips from All the Great Issues, a 2010 movie of his relationship starring Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst.
The movie was directed by The Jinx’s filmmaker Andrew Jarecki and depicts the lifetime of the tycoon and demonstrates him as a assassin.
“This is incorrect,” Mr DeGuerin explained. “What’s on the screen is created up.”
Mr Durst’s to start with spouse Kathleen McCormack went lacking in 1982 and is presumed dead.
Berman, 55, was uncovered shot in the head in her Beverly Hills home.
In his opening statement, John Lewin, deputy district attorney said: “She allow the killer into her dwelling, she turned her back again to them… She wasn’t frightened of them, and then she was executed, shot in the head at quite close range.”
Mr Durst was acquitted of murdering his elderly neighbour Morris Black in 2001, properly arguing he had killed him on the grounds of self-defence right before cutting up the physique.