Jeffrey Dahmer is way more popular on Netflix than on eBay, which bans killer costume party videos. He’s played at a thousand college parties and at a thousand Halloween parties, where he and guests eat up his homemade cakes and drink the blood and semen of strangers off of cups. He’s been a fixture on reality TV shows and web exclusives and has starred in more than 100 films. He has over 60 million followers on Youtube and over 45 million followers on Instagram. People are buying his art even though he’s been convicted of cannibalism and has been charged with multiple crimes of rape and murder.
It seems like Jeffrey Dahmer was destined to be rich and famous. After college and military service in the United States, Dahmer moved to France to pursue a music career. He was a musician who found fame and fortune in French-speaking countries. He is a pop-star who is best known for his song “Auraplane,” a song about a woman’s obsession with planes. He made several popular music videos and had a hit single in 2004. He met his wife, Marie-France Girard, a photographer, on the set of his video for the song.
In June 2006, Dahmer was apprehended by police in France after an eight-month manhunt. He had been living under a pseudonym in a basement apartment, using fake names of people he knew. He had stolen jewelry and money and appeared to be on a downward spiral. He had recently been released from prison after serving only 13 months of a 15-year sentence. He was arrested at the apartment because police had been tipped off that his real identity was the name of a woman Dahmer had dated.
While in jail awaiting trial, Dahmer took a job at a bakery, was given the job of baking cupcakes, and received a salary of €200 per month. He used social media to promote his career, becoming more and more successful as his celebrity grew. He liked to post pictures of himself with the hashtag #Cupcakesandmore. His favorite hashtag was #cupcakedeal, which is still going on seven years after Dahmer’s death.
Dahmer was arrested in 2006, but was denied bail until a court