Bethany and Alisa Gore now: Their lives after Betty’s murder

Bethany and Alisa Gore have been inadvertent gamers in their mother’s 1980 murder by her shut buddy Sweet Montgomery. Sweet stopped by Betty Gore’s house in June 1980 to decide a swimsuit for Alisa, who was to spend the evening with Sweet’s kids. After Sweet killed Betty, she left the then-1-year-old Bethany unattended in her crib.

“We went down the hall to the bathroom, turning on lights,” Lester Gayler, a neighbor who went to examine Betty’s absence, instructed The Dallas Morning News.

“A little old baby raised its head up out of the crib, out of the baby bed. It began to cry. It’d been there all, nearly all day, hadn’t been fed or nothing.”

Alisa Gore lives in Kansas with her husband and their two kids

Jonn Tougher and Alisa

Bethany and Alisa’s father, Allan Gore, misplaced custody of the kids after Betty’s murder. Betty’s parents raised the kids in Norwich, Kansas, the place their mother grew up. 

After graduating from Norwich High, Alisa joined Kansas State University to research accounting. She lives in Kansas with her husband, Jonn Tougher, and their two kids, Sam and Jacob. 

Alisa occasionally corresponds with Allan via Facebook. The sisters are mates with Allan on the social media platform, however it’s unclear in the event that they rekindled their relationship. 

Bethany Gore has three kids and works as a trainer

Bethany Gore and Chad Mickey
Bethany and Chad Mickey

After graduating from Wichita State University, Bethany adopted in her mother’s footsteps by changing into a trainer. Gore works as an assistant principal at Coral Academy of Science Las Vegas. 

Bethany and her husband, Chad Mickey, welcomed their first youngster, Josie, who shares a birthday with Betty Gore in 2013. Chad and Bethany named their second youngster Betty in honor of Bethany’s late mother. The couple’s third youngster, a son named Henry, was born in December 2019. 

Betty’s family wasn’t consulted earlier than manufacturing homes began making shows about her demise

Betty’s family noticed Sweet Montgomery’s acquittal as a grave injustice. “I don’t think justice was served,” Richard Pomeroy, Betty’s brother, stated on Oxygen’s Snapped in 2022. “I believe it was a murder. 

Bethany and Alisa shared comparable sentiments. “My family has a lot of anger and a lot of hatred toward her (Montgomery),” Alisa stated (per The Sun). “I just think (Montgomery) got away with it,” Bethany stated in a 2000 interview. 

In gentle of the HBO and Hulu shows about Betty’s murder, her family members instructed Stephanie McNeal of BuzzFeed News that they weren’t trying to dredge up the painful reminiscences. They instructed Stephanie they weren’t positive why the individuals out of the blue needed to flip the tragedy into leisure. 

An nameless family member stated that Hulu or HBO Max didn’t contact them earlier than manufacturing began. To the family, the shows power them to relive a nightmare they’d quite overlook. 

“It’s extremely frustrating and definitely stressful,” the family member stated. “I hate that when I just want to scroll through the Hulu menu, I get slammed with a giant picture of ‘Candy.’”

It’s unclear if the manufacturing homes consulted Bethany and Alisa earlier than creating the shows. 

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