Lindsay Shiver Wiki – Lindsay Shiver Bio
Lindsay Shiver, A MUM of three and her alleged toyboy lover are facing charges of paying a hitman to kill her husband after he filed for divorce.
Former beauty queen Lindsay Shiver, 36, was arrested after the alleged murder plot was accidentally foiled by police in the Bahamas.
Lindsay, from Georgia, US, became estranged from her husband Robert Shiver after falling for local man Terrance Bethel, court papers allege.
Robert, an insurance exec and former Auburn University football player, is said to have discovered the affair and filed for divorce.
He then became the target of the plan to murder him, it is alleged.
Lindsay Shiver is 36 years old.
Husband & Children
Robert and Lindsay, who have three children, owned a house in the Bahamas, a source told Thomasville Times-Enterprise.
According to Lindsay’s Instagram account, she first met Robert during a fitness class at Auburn University in 2007.
One of her posts from her in 2020 read: “So thankful for that fitness class 13 years ago that brought us together and all of the love, laughter, and life we have created ever since! I love you babe.
“Cheers to many more.”
After Richard’s career as snapper for Auburn University, he signed with the Atlanta Falcons as a free agent but was cut before the 2009 season.
Lindsay was named Miss Houston County in 2005, and finished second in the National Peanut Festival pageant that year.
Paying a Hitman to Kill Her Husband & Arrested
Bahamas Court News said cops stumbled upon the scheme by chance while investigating a different case.
In early July, they were looking through a phone of suspect in a burglary at a local bar in Great Guana Cay to gather evidence.
Cops reportedly unearthed incriminating text messages detailing the alleged hitman plot.
The chance discovery of the texts foiled the plan before it could be put into action, it is claimed.
Lindsay and alleged lover Bethel, 28, were arrested along with local man Faron Newbold, who cops claim was hired for the job.
The three suspects are currently being held in custody in Bahamas capital Nassau.
They appeared in court on Friday but were not required to enter pleas, and are due back in court on October 5.