Texas Judge: Robert Durst Left a Cat Head on My Doorstep

To add to the growing list of awful stories to emerge about Robert Durst, the Texas judge who presided over his 2003 acquittal trial is claiming that Durst left a severed cat head on her doorstep. Susan Criss told Inside Edition that she found the cat head days after his acquittal.

Via the NY Post:

"This was a perfectly clean and preserved cat head cut up by someone who knew what they were doing laying right there," she said. When asked who she thought did it, Criss replied: "I strongly believe it was Robert Durst."

Criss alluded to remarks made by Durst's younger brother, Douglas, who last year told an interviewer that Robert had a "series" of seven Alaskan Malamute dogs, each named Igor, who "all died mysteriously, of different things, within six months of his owning them."

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"I believe that Robert Durst is a serial killer," Criss added.

Image via Getty.

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