Hoax - Saved-By-The-Bell Star Dustin Diamond Charged With Murder After Stabbing Victim Dies
Jan 2, 2015
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‘Saved By The Bell’ Star Dustin Diamond Charged With Murder After Stabbing Victim Dies
PORT WASHINGTON, Wisconsin - 'Saved By The Bell' Star Dustin Diamond Charged With Murder After Stabbing Victim DiesFormer Saved By The Bell star Dustin Diamond, best known for his awkwardly hilarious character Samuel “Screech” Powers on the timeless popular hit teen television series Saved By The Bell, has been charged with second-degree murder after a man he stabbed during a barroom brawl has died at a Wisconsin hospital.
Diamond, 37, initially told police that he accidentally stabbed the man with what he said was a ‘pen’, although he later referred to the weapon, which was never found, as a knife.
According to Diamond, while trying to defend his fiance, 27-year-old Amanda Schutz, at the Grand Avenue Saloon in Port Washington, where Diamond is a resident, he was forced to brandish the weapon.
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