Information reaching THE STAR is that murders are wrecking the funeral business as undertakers are running from the bodies of gangsters.
Plus the upsurge in violence is keeping those with legitimate business at bay. I rather bury Christian people, old people who sick and die, or children.' She told THE STAR, "Some of dem people don't have any manners.
With crime and violence, particularly murders gripping the Corporate Area, one might expect a business boom for funeral homes.
She took to Instagram to make the allegations, alongside a picture of her own face. “I’ve never been in a better place in my life than I am now.
“My ex-husband has already been unfaithful in his new relationship. I’d rather be alone and happy with self-respect then to be played.” Jeremy's smouldering mugshot saw him snapped up by a top Hollywood agent - reportedly Gina Gina Rodriguez, who also represented Octomom Nadya Suleman.
During a visit on Charles Street recently our news team met with a few operators who told THE STAR of some of the realities that exist in the business of creating the final journey and resting place for the dead. Dem want to tell pastor when to open casket and disrupt proceedings.
An operator of Peaches Funeral Home, told THE STAR, "I don't go after those type of dead. Not because we in the business of dealing with dead (does it mean) we like the murders taking place across these communities." She said she has been in the business for six years, said there is no telling what will happen at the burial site of a gangster.
He later told news channel KXTV that he was a gang member and admitted that he had a gun in his car boot.
Jeremy was jailed again, and released from Mendota Federal Correctional Institution on March 8, 2016.
The 33-year-old, who has also been nicknamed The Blue Eyed Bandit and Jail Bae, was charged with gun possession and resisting arrest on June 18, 2014.
Two days later, his bail was raised to £780,000, and his mum Katherine Angier decided to capitalise on Jeremy's viral fame - by setting up a Go Fund Me page to raise money for his release.
"Police calling you to find out when and what time is funeral, police escort, it can be so scary," she said.
The operators of Mc Donald Funeral Home told THE STAR that the business is not like it used to be.
In October it emerged that Jeremy was filing for divorce from his wife Melissa, who he had been with for eight years.