The story of Killer Sally is without doubt one of the most notorious crimes in bodybuilding historical past. Nationwide bodybuilding champion, Ray McNeil, was choking his bodybuilder spouse, Sally, when she grabbed a gun and fatally shot him twice. With a documented historical past of home abuse, Sally claimed it was self-defense, a split-second resolution to save lots of her life. The prosecution argued it was premeditated homicide, the revenge of a jealous and aggressive spouse. They referred to as her a “thug,” a “bully,” a “monster”. The media referred to her because the “brawny bride” and the “pumped-up princess”. Sally says she spent her life doing no matter it took to outlive, caught in a cycle of violence that started in childhood and ended with Ray’s loss of life. This advanced true crime story examines home violence, gender roles, and the world of bodybuilding. It’s directed by award successful filmmaker, Nanette Burstein (On The Ropes, Hillary) and is produced by Traci Carlson, Robert Yapkowitz and Richard Peete of Neighborhood Watch (Karen Dalton: In My Personal Time, Blue Damage).
Killer Sally comes on Netflix from the 2nd of November.
Watch the trailer for the documentary beneath.