After her mysterious disappearance, one woman was deemed the ‘Real-Life Gone Girl’

[post_page_title]Becoming a criminal[/post_page_title]

Apparently, what led up to Muller’s actions was years of mental illness that finally took their toll. In 2009, he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, and one year later he had his first psychotic break. In 2015 he was officially disbarred from practicing law. According to records he “failed to perform competent legal services for a client in an immigration case.” He told his parents about his condition but never shared the full extent of it until he was already behind bars. His parents spoke to the L.A. Times after his arrest about the struggle they went through as parents, and their wishing they would have done something differently to prevent their son from causing harm. “The what ifs are just endless,” his father said.

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