BONNY LEE BAKLEY Biography - Crimes, Laws and people


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Bonnie Lee Bakley                                                                   
Born June 7, 1956                                                                   
Morristown, New Jersey, U.S.                                                       
Died May 4, 2001 (aged 44)                                                         
Studio City, California, U.S.                                                       
Occupation Criminal                                                                 
Bonnie Lee Bakley (June 7, 1956 - May 4, 2001) was the wife of actor Robert         
Bonnie Lee Bakley was born in Morristown, New Jersey to tree surgeon Edward J.     
Bakley and his wife, Marjorie. She lived for a time at 6 Kossuth Street in         
Wharton, NJ during the mid-1970's. She had three other siblings: Margery Lois       
Hall, Joeseph, and her half-brother Peter Carlyon from her mother's second         
marriage, Peter Carlyon. Problems at home as a teenager led Bonny to move out of   
the house and in with her grandmother.                                             
She dropped out of high school at age 16 and decided to go to New York City to     
pursue a career in modeling and acting at the Barbizon School of Modeling. She     
was married at 21 to her first cousin and had two children with him.               
Bakley's early life is checkered by a criminal record. She was convicted in         
Little Rock, Arkansas for possessing false identifications. In 1989, she was       
convicted of drug possession in Memphis, Tennessee and later in 1995, convicted     
of passing bad checks.                                                             
FBI records show that in 1994, while under investigation for fraud, Bakley told     
agents of a con she ran on a college student, sending her then thirteen year old   
daughter to seduce the man.