Here we go again. He was acquitted of murder, but why can't they just leave my man Bobby Blake alone? I have made no secret about my feelings towards Bobby and that whether or not he did have something to do with the murder of his wife Bonnie Lee "I'm a low-life scam artist/mail order porno whore" Bakley (or simply Lee Bonnie to her friends) I don't really give a crap. She was a horrible person and karma was her bitch. Now her scum sucking white trash family is involved in a wrongful death civil case against Bobby and just like dear Bonnie, trying to get as much cash as they can get from Blake without having to actually work for it. Trust me, if you dig deep enough and read stories about this family and what vial human beings they are you would understand my disgust for them and desire to let 71 year old Bobby live out the rest of his days "cowboying."
So, during depositions for the civil case, Bobby's first wife Sondra Kerr Blake has testified that Blake "allegedly" tried to have her killed too. Seems to me her whole story is based on hearsay from several people and no matter what, IMHO, it shouldn't have anything to do with the Bakley situation. Also, should we really believe that Bobby had such loose lips about putting a contract out on someone and if so, why wasn't it investigated by police at the time? On a lighter note, why, if this man tried to kill her, would she want to keep his last name after all this time?
The details of Sondra Kerr Blake's deposition are long and interesting, so here it is off of Yahoo News:
Sondra Kerr Blake gave her deposition in May in a Los Angeles attorney's office as part of a wrongful-death lawsuit brought against the actor in the shooting death of his second wife. He was acquitted in March of Bonnie Lee Bakley's slaying.
Details of the deposition were first reported Wednesday in the New York Daily News.
The woman, who was married to Blake more than 20 years, testified that several people told her in the mid-1970s the actor took out a "contract" to kill her and her boyfriend.
Blake planned to blame the killings on followers of mass murderer Charles Manson, his ex-wife testified.
"He had put a contract out on me and the other man that I was seeing at the time," the transcript of Kerr Blake's testimony quoted her as saying.
Blake's attorney, Peter Ezzell, did not immediately return a message left Wednesday.
The deposition is part of a civil case filed against Blake by Bakley's four children. The 71-year-old "Baretta" star was found not guilty of charges of murder and solicitation in the 2001 shooting death.
Kerr Blake testified at Blake's criminal case, but never mentioned the alleged murder contract.
She testified in the civil case that she was told Blake wanted her and her then-boyfriend, actor Steve Railsback, killed in the Beverly Hills mansion where Manson's followers had killed actress Sharon Tate and four others in 1969.
At the time, Kerr Blake and Railsback were filming the 1976 television movie "Helter Skelter" about Manson and his band of killers.
By having her and Railsback killed at the estate, Blake hoped to make their deaths look like retribution for making the film, Kerr Blake testified. She played an inmate in the movie and Railsback starred as Manson.
Kerr Blake testified that she was told of Blake's plans by director Bernard Kowalski and his wife, Helen, and also by a friend of Blake's manager at the time. She said she never asked them how they learned of the plot.