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Tito Jackson's ex-wife of 21 years was allegedly killed for money at the age of 39

Cynthia Rita
Oct 02, 2018
03:15 A.M.
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- Celebritist learned from I Love Old School Music that the Jackson family went through a major loss as the former wife of Tito Jackson died and the death is said to be about money.

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- Dee Dee Jackson died at age 39 and was married into the Jackson family for 21 years before their split up.

- Not many expected that such a tragic thing would befall the Jackson family. Even though Dee Dee divorced Tito over 2 decades ago, she was still bearing the Jackson name until her death.

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The surprising death of Dee Dee Jackson came as a shock.

Dee Dee was very close with her ex-husband’s family.

Dee Dee Jackson was married to Tito Jackson for 21 years from 1972 to 1993 when they split up and went their separate ways.

She gave birth to three lovely sons: Tarryll, Taj, and TJ.

At the time of the murder, the circumstances surrounding her death were unclear.

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It was speculated that Dee Dee's lover had something to do with her death.

Dee Dee was found to have been drowned in her boyfriend’s swimming pool that night, and the autopsy showed that she had died from drowning, blunt force trauma and alcohol.

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When the police arrived, Dee Dee was stark naked and her boyfriend Bohana was also naked.

He explained to the cops that she was in the water, and he tried to help her but it was too late.

Her lifeless body was resting against a tree close to the pool, according to reports.

Allegedly, Bohana urged Dee Dee to extort a huge amount of money from her ex-husband and his family so as to cover all his debts.

Things had allegedly not gone well with them as she refused his request and would not budge.

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Bohana was later tried and found guilty of Dee Dee's murder and he was sentenced to 15 years in prison for second-degree murder.

How would you describe the relationship between Dee Dee and Tito Jackson?

Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

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