Those wishing to create an account, please contact the site administration and we will set up your account manually. We do this so we know you're real, and not a bot. Remember Me? X-Night Chat Advanced Search. Results 1 to 6 of 6. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Both men are charged with two counts of first degree murder in the deaths of Billy Payne Jr. They were last seen by Payne's father, who lived with them, that morning when he left for work. The paper quoted Kristin Helm, a spokeswoman for the TBI, as saying, The investigation and evidence revealed that Curd and Potter entered the residence and shot Payne in the head in the bedroom and Hayworth in the head in another bedroom used as the baby's room. The couple's eight-month-old baby was found unharmed in the dead Hayworth's arms.
Billie Jean Hayworth and Billy Payne were found shot dead in their home.
Social media has made it easier than ever for people around the world to stay connected. Thanks to websites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, all it takes to check in with your friends is the click of a button. However, there are downsides to all of this new technology, too. Facebook can be a breeding ground for online bullying. Jenelle Potter also sometimes spelled Janelle was a loner looking for friendship and love just like so many other people. When Jenelle was cut off on social media by two people she thought were her friends, the consequences would be unimaginable.
Then on January 31, , two killers crept into the home of year-old Billy Payne and his year-old fiancee, Billie-Jean Hayworth, through an unlocked back door. Post continues after audio. He had a bullet wound to his face and his throat had been cut. She had been shot in the head while she was holding her seven-month-old son, Tyler. There had never been a case like this in Mountain City and residents had no idea who would want to kill the young, friendly couple.
Potter lived most of her adult life on social media. But when an online feud erupted, two of her former friends were found murdered in their home while their baby survived. In a mystery that involved a supposed CIA agent, cyber bullying and a small Tennessee town, read below to see what led to the coldblooded murders. Jenelle Potter, pictured above, said she had trouble making friends when she moved to Mountain City, Tennessee, in Because of health problems, including Type 1 diabetes, Potter spent most of her time living at home with her parents, who cared for her every day.