'Real Housewives' star Kim DePaola speaks out about double homicide

Posted March 22, 2017

On Monday, the identities of two dead male bodies found in the burned auto of Real Housewives of New Jersey star, Kim DePaola, on Friday, have been confirmed by the Passaic County Prosecutor's Office.

The Paterson residents were found Friday by emergency responders checking out a vehicle fire in the city.

On Monday evening, Hernandez and Tianna visited a makeshift memorial at the site where the bodies were found. Police said both victims had been shot in the back of the head.

The bodies of 27-year-old Aaron Anderson and 25-year-old Antonio Vega Jr., identified by DePaola, were found inside a burning Audi registered to the Real Housewives of New Jersey star. Upon tests, it was found out that the victims died from gunshots through their heads before they were burned inside Kim D's vehicle.

Kim DePaola has just found herself, or her vehicle rather, in the center of drama far bigger than anything on Real Housewives Of New Jersey! "Her son is not linked to this". "His friends said they felt safe with Aaron, because he was a big guy but he was also just a loving, empathetic person ... my son wouldn't have hurt a fly".

The Paterson Police Department and the Passaic County Prosecutor's Office confirm that the two occupants were inside the white Audi which is owned by Kim DePaulo and driven by her son Christopher Camiscioli age: 27. An Audi auto under her name has been torched beyond recognition after two dead bodies were left in the vehicle. According to TMZ, a friend of Chris', 27-year-old Aaron Anderson, dropped him at the airport Wednesday and had possession of the auto after that.

Michele Ryerson, Anderson's mother, told the news outlet that cops told her the motive for the slayings was robbery. Aaron is the father of an 18-month-old son.

The two bodies were so badly burned, investigators could not immediately determine the race or sex of the victims.

DePaola, who offered condolences to the families via her Instagram on Sunday, posted a picture of a single candle on Tuesday morning with the word "prayer" and the message "my heart is heavy!"

Ryerson said she knew of both men, but had not met them personally.