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Not long after news broke of “Bridalplasty” Reality TV contestant Lisa Marie Naegle being reported missing, comes the revelation of her having been murdered. Naegle was reported missing by her husband Derek Harryman after failing to return home from a birthday party held at the Alpine Village Restaurant in Torrance, CA on Saturday evening. Naegle, a nurse, also did not show up for work the next day. Harryman told KTLA that his wife sounded drunk when he last spoke with her over the telephone. He added that he and his wife’s family viewed security camera footage where they spotted Naegle getting inside a black SUV.

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Sadly, the outcome is not a joyous one. According to TMZ, nursing student Jackie Jerome Rogers has confessed to hitting Naegle in the head several times with a hammer and burying her body in the backyard of his Inglewood, CA home. Sources say family members confronted Rogers Monday night. Rogers told them he left Naegle at the bar, but then they cornered him about the surveillance video showing Naegle entering his vehicle, leaving him speechless with no defense.

The anxiety of not knowing

According to Harryman, he spoke with his 36-year-old wife around 2:30 a.m.

on December 18th. Naegle told him she would be stopping to pick up some food before coming home, but she never did. Frantic, Harryman reported her missing and placed missing person pictures on his Facebook account the next day. Relatives also grew worried as time went on without a text or phone message response from Naegle.

Was it a life cut short by a crime of passion?

Initially, Rogers also told the police that he left Naegle at the bar, but again, security video shows the pretty brunette getting in his car around 2:11 a.m.

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Allegedly, Rogers admitted to killing Naegle after she said she was breaking up with him and going back to her husband. Law enforcement sources told TMZ that Rogers was being held on suspicion of murder. The reality show “Bridalplasty” ran on E! network for only one season and featured 12 women competing for the wedding of their dreams, along with the plastic surgery procedures they desired.