In ABC’s ’20/20: Interview with Melanie McGuire,’ the “suitcase killer” gives her first on-camera interview since she was sentenced to life in prison in 2007 for murdering and dismembering her husband, William “Bill” McGuire, in their home in New Jersey. She opens up about her tumultuous relationship will Bill, their marriage, her affair with a doctor with whom she worked, Dr. Bradley Miller, and how that led to her wrongful conviction. After all, to this day, she maintains her innocence and hopes that one day soon, she will be able to see life outside the four walls she’s confined in. But, we bet that, like us, you’re curious to know more about Dr. Bradley Miller, right? So, here’s what we found.
Who Is Dr. Bradley Miller?
Dr. Bradley Miller, an endocrinologist, obtained his undergrad and medical degree from Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, Michigan, and completed his residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the National Naval Medical Center Bethesda in Maryland. He then finished his fellowship in reproductive endocrinology at the Combined Federal Fellowship at the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, before ending up as a partner at the Reproductive Medicines Associate fertility clinic in New Jersey. It was there that he met and fell in love with Melanie McGuire. At that point, both individuals were married, and Dr. Bradley had three children, but it didn’t seem to matter.
In 2002, when Melanie was pregnant with her second son with William “Bill” McGuire, her relationship with Dr. Bradley evolved from co-workers who flirted to a full-on affair. Dr. Bradley said he bought two pre-paid cellphones for them to communicate on and that they called each other at least 10-20 times a day even when they worked together. Soon, they fell in love and started planning on how to leave their respective spouses. But then, everything changed. In 2004, when Melanie decided that she would move out of the home she shared with Bill and into an apartment so that she could begin the divorce process, he closed on a bigger, nicer, family home for them. And so, she changed her plans and killed him.
When Melanie’s murder trial began in 2007, Dr. Bradley Miller testified to all their conversations during this period and even specified that he’d started doubting his lover a few weeks after Bill was found dead. However, he added that their relationship only came to an end in June of 2005, when she was officially charged with first-degree murder. The doctor further revealed that Melanie had always been apprehensive about divorcing Bill because she didn’t want to lose custody of the two sons she shared with him, implying that it’s possibly why she killed him. Of course, Dr. Bradley was a part of the murder investigation as a suspect as well, but since there was no evidence against him, he was ultimately only a witness.
Where Is Dr. Bradley Miller Today?
Having moved on with his life to the best of his abilities, Dr. Bradley Miller now resides in Troy, Michigan. As a board-certified reproductive endocrinologist with over 30 years of experience, he is not just affiliated with medical facilities such as the Ascension Providence Rochester Hospital and the Beaumont Hospital at the moment, but he’s also a founding member of the Reproductive Medicine Associates (RMA) of Michigan. His time in the US Navy, where he served as the Assisted Reproductive Technology Program’s Director at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, the National Naval Medical Center, and the National Institute of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, has played a role in helping him further his career as well.
We couldn’t find Dr. Bradley on any social media platforms, so we don’t know the particulars of his personal life or his relationship with his children. Yet we do know that he hasn’t let any aspect of the past prevent him from looking ahead towards a brighter future. Apart from being the author of over twenty scientific articles and receiving various awards for his contribution to medicine, Dr. Bradley is also an ad hoc reviewer for the Fertility and Sterility international journal and is even on the Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) selection committee for the Oakland University William Beaumont Medical School. As if that’s not enough, he reportedly volunteers at the Gary Burnstein Community Health Clinic to provide free medical care to those in need as well.
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