‘We met murdered Paul Murdaugh in Bahamas – he begged to come to the UK after fateful boat crash’, say Brit builders
TWO Brit builders have told how they bumped into murdered Paul Murdaugh in the Bahamas and claim he begged to come to the UK after his fateful boat crash.
The party-loving 22-year-old made the plea after meeting tradies Adam Pink and Max Burton during a booze-up.
The pair claim he was holidaying with his former girlfriend Morgan Doughty shortly after the deadly boating accident that killed Mallory Beach in February 2019.
The devastating crash is believed to have somewhat triggered the toppling of the powerful and privileged legal dynasty, which has left his father locked up for the rest of his life.
The bricklayers had jetted off on the ultimate break to the Bahamas when they crossed paths with Paul – the youngest son of disgraced legal scion Alex Murdaugh.
The disbarred South Carolina lawyer was found guilty of killing his wife Maggie and Paul at their Moselle property in June 2021.
But Adam and Max say they only became aware of the scandals and slayings surrounding the infamous family following Netflix’s docuseries on their downfall.
The Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal, intensely chronicled the death of Mallory Beach and included intense interviews from Paul’s pals – including his ex Morgan.
The builders say it “blew their minds” when they spotted their old friends from their travels starring on the streaming service.
Adam explained in a TikTok video: “Were a little bit late to the story on this, but me and Max were on Netflix the other day and we’ve come across Paul and Morgan.
“And we know them – like this ain’t no joke, we actually know them.
“We stayed in contact with Paul all this time and just seen him on Netflix – it’s absolutely blown our minds.”
They then shared footage of themselves approaching a bar area at a bustling beach club – that Paul appears to be standing behind.
The recognisable redhead, donning a white long-sleeve shirt and blue shorts, excitedly greets the Brits, screaming into the camera in delight.
Adam asks him: “What do you think of the English?”
Paul, who squares right up to the lens, then beams as he tells of his longing to visit the UK.
He replies: “I think I’m coming to England and I’ll be there and I’m gonna learn the accent and learn how to work it – and me and my boys are gonna have a good time!”
The 22-year-old, whose brain was blown from his skull when he was brutally shot dead, then high-fived Max to seal the deal.
His ex-girlfriend Morgan is then seen miming the words of EDM duo LMFAO’s infamous party song Shots as it blares in the background, after necking one in a small neon green glass.
Adam continued in his clip: “As you can see from that video we had a really good time with them, so much so that we stayed in contact with Paul.”
Max revealed he later uploaded the video of them “out on the lash” to Instagram, before the uni student messaged him to remove it.
The brickies then shared some extraordinary screenshots of an online conversation with Paul dated on August 16, 2019.
It was like he wanted to come over to us, and now we sort of understand why he wanted to get away.
The late son of disgraced lawyer Alex wrote: “Max good to hear from you man! If you don’t mind take that video down.
“Me and that girl in it are no longer dating and are not supposed to have any contact.
“Thanks, hope things are going good with you!”
He then followed up with a series of question marks in the hopes of prompting Max to reply.
Adam explained: “From that response, you can see he wanted us to take it down. We thought nothing of it, but it’s all starting to add up now.”
He then shared the details of his “last ever conversation” with Paul, which he says took place in May 2021.
It seemed Paul, who was awaiting trial on charges of boating under the influence and faced up to 25 years behind bars, was keen to escape the chaos of his family’s problems.
He chased Adam up about their drunken plans to visit each other, saying: “When can I come up there?”
After being told he was “always welcome”, the murder victim asked the tradesmen – who call themselves The Naked Builders – if they have ever explored his home state of South Carolina.
Paul boasts there are “a couple of cities that are really cool” before eagerly diverting the conversation back to his proposed jaunt across the Atlantic.
He tells Adam: “We need to plan a time for real man, I’d like to come see down there!
“You going to put me on the UK?”
‘OUR MINDS ARE SPUN’
The clip and conversations with Paul are claimed to have taken place in the months after the teen drove his boat “out of his mind drunk”, allegedly causing a fatal crash.
Mallory Beach was flung from the wreckage, with her body tragically found in the water eight days later.
Paul had previously pleaded not guilty to multiple felony charges related to her death and the boat crash.
His family’s ties to the legal system have sparked questions about possible prejudice in the case in wake of Alex Murdaugh’s dramatic fall from grace.
Adam continued: “From that guys – we all know what happened. We just thought he didn’t want to talk to us anymore.
“We literally just thought he blanked us. Messaged him a few times, got no response and thought okay, he ain’t interested.
“But it was like he wanted to come over to us, and now we sort of understand why he wanted to get away.
“It’s absolutely crazy. From our point of view when we met him, and Morgan, they were both lovely.
“He seemed like a really nice guy. An absolute geezer. Our minds are spun.
“Can’t believe he’s not here and all that’s happened from a random meeting with a couple of people in the Bahamas.”
Paul is said to have helped solve his own murder from beyond the grave after a Snapchat video helped secure his father’s conviction.
The video – taken moments before he was gunned down – shattered Murdaugh’s alibi and put him at the scene of the bloodbath.
Lead prosecutor Creighton Waters argued that Murdaugh committed the heinous crimes to distract from his financial and criminal wrongdoings that pushed him to become a “family annihilator.”
Jurors deliberated for less than three hours before the 54-year-old was slapped with two life sentences.
Murdaugh, who denied the murders, initially told cops he believed the slayings were the result of “threats” the family had received in wake of Mallory’s death.
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