Cunanan, Andrew - Autopsy report 1997-01742, Miami Medical Examiner. He was found guilty of committing five murders; three of them shot with a gun, one of them bashed with a hammer and another one stabbed in the chest after being brutally tortured. While in that high school, he became lovers with a wealthy married man for a while, who bought him expensive gifts until the relationship ended. Exactly what happened is unknown, but it ended with Cunanan murdering them. Cunanan would even change his appearance throughout school according to what he felt was most attractive at the time.
He approached Versace, they struggled briefly over a bag and then Cunanan shot Versace twice in the head and walked away. His status-conscious father was a former Naval officer and stockbroker and his naive, religious mother was a homemaker. He became a fixture in the nightlife of the Castro district, a gay neighborhood, , and also reportedly took an interest in creating violent pornography. One day, he suddenly left for Minneapolis to visit Jeffrey Trail and David Madson, with whom he he had brief relationships. Throughout his childhood life, his mother and father quarreled in front of him to the point of embracing tension and loneliness. His mother was traumatized by this treatment, and for a while had to be treated for depression during Andrew's formative years. Death On July 23, 1997, eight days after murdering Versace, Cunanan shot himself in the mouth in the upstairs bedroom of a Miami houseboat.
It was here that he majored in American history but later dropped out in the middle. Getty Images On July 15, 1997, Gianni Versace was shot to death on the front steps of his Miami Beach mansion. He lived a life of luxury, accompanied with endless parties and anonymous sex, but close friends noticed he had dark moods and occasional fits of anger. Andrew was the youngest child of four elder siblings. In school, he was a high achiever academically and was always carefully dressed and well-groomed.
He was a suspect in four prior murders, architect David Madson, 33; engineer Jeffrey Trail, 28; real estate millionaire Lee Miglin, 72; and cemetery caretaker William Reese, 45. Andrew was led to believe by his father that he would attain anything he wanted to attain. His body was recovered from the east shore of the Rush Lake near Minnesota with gunshot wounds to his head. His motivations remain a mystery. Delightful and smart, he made himself good company to sugar daddies who were high rollers. Cunanan next drove to Chicago and killed 72-year-old Lee Miglin, a prominent real estate developer, on May 4, 1997.
Time Magazine, June 21, 2001. In 1997, he committed his first murder by killing of one of his former lovers - Jeff Trail. His dad by then, had fled back to the Philippines just ahead of embezzlement charges. His aggressive temperament and unpredictable behavior resulted in the horrible acts of murder he committed. Afterward, he went to hide in Miami Beach, Florida for two months. So he goes to Minneapolis and has a breakdown. He is not a homosexual; he had a Catholic upbringing and was an altar boy.
He immediately returned to being a companion for wealthy, closeted men, some of them married, and his looks, intelligence, and conversational skills made him very popular. A witness attempted to pursue him but could not catch him. In order to piece together a motive for his killing spree, police searched the boathouse where Cunanan died. He used the same gun that killed William, Gianni, Jeff, Lee, and David to take his own life. Cunanan was the only one of his siblings to attend a prestigious and expensive private school school. In order to piece together a motive for his killing spree, police searched the boathouse where Cunanan died.
But he later changed his norm to being a creative liar. A caretaker, who had heard a gunshot while checking in on the seemingly unoccupied houseboat, immediately notified police. His family found out he was gay when he was 19. Police considered few of the findings to be of note, except multiple tubes of hydrocortisone cream and a fairly extensive collection of the fiction of C. His random character and uncontrollable temper led him to do unforgivable acts. Getty Images Cunanan later drove to Chicago and killed on May 4, 1997. The experience was clearly shattering for Andrew, whose image of his dad as a powerful and reliable protector was smashed.
And I know his father spoiled him rotten and gave him everything that he could possibly want. His life was bankrolled by a wealthy older man named Norman Blachford, who eventually cut him off, sending Cunanan into a downward spiral. However, Cunanan left behind few personal belongings, surprising investigators, given his reputation for acquiring money and expensive possessions from wealthy older men. In response, Andrew spent a lot of time alone in his room and often told his friends fantasy stories about his family and life. William Resse served as a caretaker, but his life was cut short when Andrew shot him severally and run with his luxury truck.