Jeffrey Dahmer's 86-year-old father is pelted with women's underwear
Undie-attack! Father of cannibal murderer Jeffrey Dahmer is ‘nervous wreck’ after woman throws used PANTIES on his property – as crazed fans show up at his home following Netflix series on his son’s crimes
- Jeffrey Dahmer’s 86-year-old father has been accosted at least twice at his home by crazed fans of the the new Netflix show that details the crazed killer’s life
- Lionel Dahmer’s caretaker, Jeb, said that woman in her twenties threw her underwear on the driveway while shouting: ‘I love you Lionel’
- While another man was so aggressive in his attempts to confront Lionel Dahmer it prompted Jeb to starting arming himself with a pistol
- Earlier, Jeb said that Lionel was considering a major lawsuit against Netflix over his portrayal in the Netflix series
Sick fans of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer have begun targeting the twisted murderer’s 86-year-old father Lionel, following the release of the Netflix series, Dahmer- Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story.’
Lionel Dahmer’s caretaker, Jeb, 34, explained that the cannibal killer’s dad was left a ‘nervous wreck’ after a woman in her twenties threw her used underwear on his driveway.
She took off her panties and threw them into Dahmer’s yard while screaming ‘I love you Lionel,’ according to the caretaker.
In another incident, a man attempted to accost Lionel in a ‘hostile and aggressive’ manner, which has resulted in Jeb erecting no trespassing signs and carrying a gun for protection.
Between 1978 and 1991, Jeffrey Dahmer murdered 17 young men in Wisconsin and Ohio. He was convicted in 1992 and murdered in prison two years later at the age of 34.
Records show that Lionel now lives with his second wife, Shari, in Seville, Ohio, around 25 miles west of Akron. He has been divorced from his son’s mother, Joyce, since 1978 after she had an affair.
Jeb told The Sun: ‘This new Dahmer show blew up really quick. Anything Dahmer related blows up. It seems like every time a movie or series comes out, that’s when a lot of the crazy starts happening with the fan boys and the fan girls.’
In the show, Lionel Dahmer is played by actor Richard Jenkins.
Records show that Lionel Dahmer now lives with his second wife, Shari, in Seville, Ohio, around 25 miles west of Akron. He has a fan throw her used pants at his home
Lionel Dahmer pictured during his last public experience for the 2020 documentary: Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffery Dahmer Story
Jeffrey Lionel Dahmer murdered 17 men and boys between 1978 and 1991. The gruesome murders involved rape, necrophilia and cannibalism
Describing the underwear incident, Jeb said: ‘We even had a lady stop at the end of the driveway, take off her panties and throw them in the yard.’
He continued: ‘I had to go out there with a pair of tongs to pick up this woman’s granny panties. The girl looked like she was in her early twenties and was shouting “I love you Lionel.”
Jeb went on: ‘It’s people like that that we’re trying not to have here, that’s why I put up no trespassing and private property signs. Lionel’s 86 and here’s this 20-year-old lady throwing her underwear at him. It’s just like, stop.’
Speaking about Lionel being accosted, Jeb told The Sun: ‘About two weeks ago we had a guy pull up in a nice-looking car right in the middle of the driveway, about 20 or 30 yards from the front door.’
‘I came out and he was acting erratic and violent, saying he wanted to see Lionel. He was a big guy and was acting very hostile,’ the caretaker added.
He added: ‘He started cussing me out and I was telling him: “Hey dude, you have to leave, you’re not going to get in.” He started acting more crazy so I took a step back. I’m armed now but I wasn’t at the time,’
‘I put my right hip back, giving the appearance that I was armed and I told him, “You need to leave or I’m going to call the cops.” I thought this guy was going to do me harm. I don’t know if he was on something, but he seemed like he was tweaking,’ Jeb said.
Dahmer is charged with two counts of first degree murder and 13 counts of intentional homicide for serial killings in Milwaukee in August 1991
In the new show, Lionel Dahmer is played by actor Richard Jenkins, shown here
The man sped away from the scene in his car while ‘swearing.’
The caretaker went on to discuss his worries about the effects that such incidents will have on Lionel’s health.
He said: ‘Random people showing up here doesn’t need to happen. I’m not going to take my chances, especially when Lionel’s in his late 80s, and the only thing he can do to defend himself is yell.’
In a separate interview with The Sun, Jeb said that Lionel was considering a lawsuit against Netflix as he alleges that he was not consulted about the Evan Peters-starring series.
Jeb said: ‘From my understanding and from everything that I’ve seen and witnessed personally, Lionel was not contacted about either of these shows on Netflix.’
He added: ‘I’ve personally talked to a few lawyers and we’ve talked to his publisher about it too due to all the chaos that is going on and the stories we’ve seen. Lionel and his power of attorney are gathering information and looking at a possible lawsuit against the production team or possibly Netflix.’
‘Everyone is saying that if there was zero correspondence you seek damages. There was zero care whatsoever about Lionel’s wellbeing,’ he continued.
The caretaker went on to describe his employer as a ‘caring father’ who would prefer that people refer to the book ‘A Father’s Story,’ Lionel’s 1994 memoir, for his side of his son’s heinous crimes.
He denied that Lionel has profited from the Netflix series, something that has been rumored on social media. Another fake story that did the rounds following the airing of the show alleged that Lionel sold his son’s glasses for $150,000, something which is not true.
Despite remaining out of the public eye after his son’s crimes came to light, he did interviews when his book was released.
Lionel told Larry King that his son was ‘extremely shy’ in his youth but otherwise had a normal upbringing.
He also told the late talk show host that he never wanted to change his name saying: ‘I’m proud of the name Dahmer. My father was a schoolteacher and a barber. He brought himself up from the bootstraps. His father and mother died at a very young age. I have a very good ancestry, and I’m proud of the name.’
In a more recent interview, in 2020 for the documentary: Jeffrey Dahmer: Mind of a Monster,’ Lionel spoke about his son’s 1994 murder saying: ‘When I find out that Jeff was murdered, it was just devastating. It affected me very gravely.’
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