The Betty Broderick Story: What Really Happened | Dirty John | Netflix

26 ágú 2020
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Dirty John: The Betty Broderick story is out now on Netflix. Wondering what parts of the show are true/real and which were made up for TV? We've got you covered, with the most searched for questioned answered, plus real photos and videos from the case.
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Socialite Betty Broderick hits a homicidal boiling point during a bitter divorce from her unfaithful husband. Based on the headline-making crime.

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  • Both parties were absolute monsters in this story. Dan was a cheating ass wipe who got his rocks off by thinking he was the hottest shit in the room and Betty was a psychopath who was pissed off that she was getting a divorce and couldn't accept that fact.

    Random PersonRandom Person8 klukkustundum síðan
  • I really felt for Betty. I've been with my husband for 20 yrs. We met when we were 16 and 18. You grow up together and put your heart and souls into making a life for each other. I at one time earnt more than my husband while he studied to be a management accountant. For his final yr he focussed solely on his studies so we struggled on one wage. It paid off and now I'm a stay at home mum and my husband provides for us all. I would be devastated if suddenly he traded me in for a younger model. It's a womans worst nightmare to have your world taken from under your feet and your totally powerless. And using the kids as pawns in a game. What a horrible man he was. If only Betty could have moved on but he took every bit of her and left her as an empty shell. I'd like to think I'd have more respect for myself than to let a man destroy me but on the other hand I can't blame her for what she did. It was mental abuse. The real victims are the kids now left with no parents

    Stel CStel C3 dögum síðan
  • BB testified under oath, Dan never admitted having an affair. That’s confusing. BBs parents left bc she left, and drove over to DBs bc he sold there home. I think she only seen the children before she drove to the house that was sold right underneath her & set it on fire, then went back to DBs house to drive her truck into the front of his house. She didn’t drive it through the house. She hit the front door. No one was hurt but DB called police and then put BB in psych ward. That is the reason I’ve seen, that BBs parents left.

    JAYLYNNJAYLYNN9 dögum síðan
  • Both movies shows 2 different types of Betty...one is the victim and the other was a pain in the ads...this is just her story..Throughout the movie Dan did express his feelings..he wasnt happy..abd he did take responsibility for the kids...but the only thing that would have saved him is to move far away and wend money for the kids qnd give her spousal support...but he did his mess in front of her...its crazy that he didnt see his life in danger..she was not playing with him...

    Sheila PattersonSheila Patterson11 dögum síðan
    • She could have moved. He gave her enough money.

      Natalie RiceNatalie RiceDegi Síðan síðan
  • Golden Globe for Amanda Peet! ❤

    Blue GalaxyBlue Galaxy17 dögum síðan
  • Love the betty brodericks of the world go Betty. I bet that bitch wishes she gave betty's china back now bahaha

    Audra CoxAudra Cox20 dögum síðan
  • I saw the telemovie back in the early 90s and I thought Dan was a Doctor? Not a lawer

    Meagan CummingMeagan Cumming22 dögum síðan
    • He was both. Became an MD but wanted to make more money so he went to Law school and becamed a lawyer. His speciality was to sue doctors for medical malpractice (sorry for my english !).

      Maha SouiciMaha Souici22 dögum síðan
  • The only real victim here is Betty. She should be released. She doesn't pose a threat to anyone.

    lamujermaslindalamujermaslinda24 dögum síðan
  • Ok i get it, Betty went through hell and she built up this man just to have him kick her aside when she was no longer useful/beautiful However ladies, she was absolutely horrible to her children, which deserved none of that and most important she killed their dad She had no right to leave her children with no dad . NOTHING justifies that PERIOD

    carolinacarolina24 dögum síðan
  • He should have left her with some options. She was pushed to the corner and that is why she fought back. It is unfortunate that killing them became the only option for her in her mental state.

    Wanger GamerWanger Gamer24 dögum síðan
  • Betty was a Karen

    barbie dollbarbie doll27 dögum síðan
  • The fact that she made this man and the new chick gets her life that she made for them and the new chick just swoop in and act like she did it all! Yeah I understand her more

    Shamari CarterShamari CarterMánuði síðan
    • It's just a life lesson to never do such a thing for any man that isn't your literal child. Maybe not even then sometimes.

      Maheen M.KMaheen M.K29 dögum síðan
  • The only reason why she isn't out yet is because she don't feel bad for killing them and I don't blame her!!!! He did her so wrong and so did his new wife. They want to let her go because she's not a repeat of killing anybody she did what she wanted but she just can't fix her mouth saying she feels bad 🤷🏾‍♀️

    Shamari CarterShamari CarterMánuði síðan
  • He gaslight her into insanity. She allowed herself to go mad and threw away all of her supports and her relationship with the kids but he was so awful to her. It was a tragedy

    teenindustryteenindustryMánuði síðan
  • Watch the 2-part series with Meredith-Baxter Birney..i don't care for this one.

    ChachingChachingMánuði síðan
  • Hard to feel any sympathy for him.

    Anne GallagherAnne GallagherMánuði síðan
  • You all are defending a murderer, what does that say about you? She shot two people in cold blood, she’s exactly where she deserves so your words of saying that Dan was evil don’t mean shit, bottom line is she’s in jail till 2032. Ha ha Ha ha ha if she opens her mouth again and says that she doesn’t feel sorry for what she did how much she’s going to be there longer. You can’t get any more psychopath than that.

    Jennifer wellmanJennifer wellmanMánuði síðan
  • Majority of people don’t really have sympathy for their death, it’s what they deserve. Linda not so much but u get it

    ra Bra BMánuði síðan
  • I watched the mini series from the 90’s with Meredith Baxter and they really painted a Betty as the crazy stalker wife. I found this Dirty John version much more truthful and it showed that not only was Dan Broderick a manipulative gas lighter but his mistress, new wife however you see her was also manipulative with Dan to get him to leave Betty while crying to him about not being able to tell her Daddy/family that she was in a relationship!!!! At the end of the day though Betty did commit murder and that is not how this should have gone.

    Miriam CMiriam CMánuði síðan
  • I personally don't agree with the killings. However, Dan bought this on to himself. As far as Linda, Girl you knew he was already married. She came across the wrong woman. Betty felt used in disposed . Which caused her to snap. Betty served her time. Free Betty!!!

    1031Fannie1031FannieMánuði síðan
  • He was a jerk

    Martin Luther kingMartin Luther kingMánuði síðan
  • The only way Bette Broderick will leave prison is in a body bag. Divorce can be hell. However, it should not lead to the murder of two people while they slept in their bad. Rot in hell Bette.

    Herbie SheversHerbie SheversMánuði síðan
  • She should be not criminally responsible.

    Flash NinitoFlash NinitoMánuði síðan
  • This series made me a feminist

    blackbat121blackbat121Mánuði síðan
  • I can't say I blame her. She put him through school etc and then he got money and wanted a pretty new wife.

    Alex SmithAlex SmithMánuði síðan
    • She did not put him through school she supported him during school there's a difference I wish people stop saying that it's like y'all trying to justify why she killed her ex husband and his new wife it's still wrong to kill what Betty should have done was let Dan go and let karma get him and live life for her kids I understand that she was hurt by Dan to be with someone 16 years is a long time but she has to understand that people do change rather it is good or bad I think Betty pushed Dan away with her insecurities even though she was right that her was having an affair I'm not trying to justify Dan's affair with Linda but he should at least try to make his marriage work if not for him or Betty but for his kids. I can't imagine what they went through my heart goes to them

      Tanisha McclendonTanisha Mcclendon4 dögum síðan
  • That interview with Oprah was brutal it was like Oprah was abusing her all over again. It’s on you tube very hard to watch . Well done Netflix this was a terrific showing of events 🦋

    Jenny CoyleJenny CoyleMánuði síðan
  • Dan was a narcissistic prick , Linda was as bad. The gaslighting at the start of their affair drove Betty into the ground

    Jenny CoyleJenny CoyleMánuði síðan
  • Everyone thinks it’s all about dirty John. . .netflix need to be sure on the title! One took place 1989 with Dan and dirty John Meehan took place in 2016

    Diane HoslerDiane HoslerMánuði síðan
  • Daniel excluded his second daughter out of his will - that shows what kind of controlling narcissist he was. I’m guessing because this particular daughter was closer to the mom and wasn’t siding with him. The other three were probably brain washed by him.

    Quinn BaeQuinn BaeMánuði síðan
    • He was a monster

      Jenny CoyleJenny CoyleMánuði síðan
  • In today's law, Betty would've been seen as a victim of mental and emotional abuse. It's legitimate domestic violence. She began in her youth as a well adjusted woman and gradually through their marriage and divorce, her mental health deteriorated. It was persistent and nonstop and she had no legal power to get help. On her part, she couldn't move on without legal representation. Very sad and tragic. And what's worse is that as late as 2017 her speak for early parole was still denied. Even though there is zero evidence that she is or was a generally 'violent' character that it a danger to society. She was violent to her opressor, but surely now she should have been granted for time already served? Just goes to show that the patriarchy is still alive and kickibg. Men can get angry and committ murder and the law will always find in their favour. Women must never get angry, never breakdown and put up with it or they will be hauled away and the key thrown away 🤷🏿‍♀️

    Anna Marie HopewellAnna Marie HopewellMánuði síðan
    • I agree. It's like women have a sell by date and men having a mid life crisis trade all those memories and hard work building a family in for a sportscar and younger woman. Sad bastards

      Stel CStel C3 dögum síðan
    • @FS either way he got what came to him and its his fault for pushing her to the edge.

      Omamoke OkahOmamoke Okah28 dögum síðan
    • She killed someone. You feminazis really need to get your priorities straight since the world is starting to see your BS.

      FSFSMánuði síðan
  • The start of the video even says this is from “Betty perspective”. She did all this crazy things from her own admission. The story on Netflix is good. But it’s also way too sympathetic to her. That’s why all these easily manipulated lower intelligent people are commenting that Dan deserved it and Betty was made to do it. Betty was a bloody monster. Dan and Linda were scared of her and we won’t ever see there side bc Betty killed them. The sad thing is she really did need that mental hospital, they should have locked her up and kept her in there. Hope prison is torture for her.

    Mezzie MooMezzie MooMánuði síðan
  • she was made to shoot by the law system and her husband what did anybody expect after cornering her the way she was....she have birth to 4 kids but they were snatched away from her ....like how was that even fair??????

    Sana SajjadSana SajjadMánuði síðan
  • Dan was the real villian here she give up her life to support him he wouldn't be where he was if it wasn't for her I don't agree what she did but he drove her to it. I think she should be freed she's done enough time that's my opinion

    moonlight angelmoonlight angelMánuði síðan
  • He ruined her life he was an evil narcissistic loser who thought that he could lie to her and cheating on her with his little girlfriend. And give a big wedding being in love is also a big fat joke he was married but in the meanwhile developing feelings for little girls...that's why he and his little girlfriend left this world because Betty was fed up I would be to in her case.

    Mevrouw Aruba*Mevrouw Aruba*Mánuði síðan
    • @J Moore What are you so angry about? Why do you want to know my name? You keep replying to my comments with something vulgar and its starting to feel like harrassment.

      FSFS21 degi síðan síðan
    • @FS You are welcome🙏🏻👍🏼 Have a nice day🌻

      Mevrouw Aruba*Mevrouw Aruba*Mánuði síðan
    • So you're justifying the murder? Your comment just hit the front page on Reddit. Thank you.

      FSFSMánuði síðan
  • All of the stuff is nice

    Con LonCon LonMánuði síðan
  • He was so terrible, what she did was wrong but he truly was a monster

    VioletVioletMánuði síðan
    • @Peter Ma if you are a balanced person, whatever they do to you, you don't overreact. she had her own persoanlity issues.

      spokeraqspokeraq10 dögum síðan
    • there is an old Chines saying: A hare may bite when he is sore! What Dan did is terrible! Maybe this is his Karma, but his new- wife was not deserved to death.

      Peter MaPeter Ma14 dögum síðan
    • Yes he was. He cheated on her while denying it. Betty was a great wife and mother who did everything for her family and adored her husband. She also designed his offices and gave him the encouragement to go into his own business practice. He used her as a maid and helper then just up and leaves ... Dan stole the divorce files and fined her for every word and damages to the house but I mean she was pushed to the edge. Keeping her wedding china and taunting her repeatedly was a nasty sociopathic thing to do. . Her own parents were assholes and she had noone. Poor woman who was scorned so badly after her husband did what he did then made her feel insane so she went mad. I'd go mad too if I was married for 16years and had four children to a man who forced me to endure a stillbirth and miscarriages plus work while he studied. Then she continues being home maker while he gets richer feeding his own greedy desires ... Narcissist prick

      Julz XDJulz XDMánuði síðan
  • Fuck Dan. Cheating ass bastard

    Brittany SauerBrittany SauerMánuði síðan
  • This story tells me to always put myself first even if I thought i have to sacrifice I shouldn’t.

    Wiis PlaysWiis PlaysMánuði síðan
  • Never okay with killing someone but if the show is telling the truth about what they did to her they deserve it . They pushed her into doing it

    Wiis PlaysWiis PlaysMánuði síðan
    • @Wiis PlaysI know but she was torturing herself by clinging on and I get it but she had enough money to start a new life. That would have bothered Robert more in the long run.

      Natalie RiceNatalie RiceDegi Síðan síðan
    • @Natalie Rice its not about the money its about the way he bushed her into doing these things

      Wiis PlaysWiis PlaysDegi Síðan síðan
    • Yes and no. She wasn’t left penniless like a lot of dumped wives. He made sure she was very wealthy. She should of been grateful for the money and gone out and found a new man. Gone on exotic holidays etc.

      Natalie RiceNatalie RiceDegi Síðan síðan
  • The best about watching this series, is to learn not to be with a toxic person since the beginning. When he wanted her to be always pregnant and working all the time while using her in his own benefit, is enough of a clue to leave!!!!!!! And for those who think "is not that easy" I have a question.... Was it easier to stay???? Betty is still at jail! Please people, learn to say NO on time.

    EP GocEP GocMánuði síðan
    • @Sheila Patterson thats very kind Sheila! 🌹

      EP GocEP Goc27 dögum síðan
    • If they let . her go I would send her flowers and help her get on her feet

      Sheila PattersonSheila Patterson27 dögum síðan
    • Exactly. He also expected her to do all the housework aswell plus work and keep popping out kids despite being ill and having a stillborn. He was a selfish impatient Narcissist and she should have got out

      Julz XDJulz XDMánuði síðan
  • #FreeBetty Dan was an absolute pig. Betty carried him through Uni and the hard days. And Linda went after a married man who had children. Dan is and was the psycho.

    Random RapperRandom RapperMánuði síðan
  • mad woman by taylor swift accurately represents this story 😯

    Tamara WTamara WMánuði síðan
  • Dan was a primary psychopath. Netflix is shedding some light on so many real life events - keep it up

    SandraSandraMánuði síðan
    • @Jennifer wellman Don't just label everyone psycopath before you have a thoroughly understanding of what psycopathy is.

      Justin naazJustin naaz24 dögum síðan
    • @Jennifer wellman no she is not a psychopath and he got what was coming for him thats his fault for pushing her to the edge

      Omamoke OkahOmamoke Okah28 dögum síðan
    • Yet, she’s the psychopath whose in jail. Next Right where she needs to be

      Jennifer wellmanJennifer wellmanMánuði síðan
  • Why is this not on my Netflix in California!!! 😔

    Miss RobynMiss RobynMánuði síðan
    • @Miss Robyn we will have to tell you all about it then. It’s bloody good.

      Natalie RiceNatalie RiceDegi Síðan síðan
    • Its not in America yet

      Miss RobynMiss Robyn3 dögum síðan
    • Search under Dirty John it's the 2nd season of that

      Stel CStel C3 dögum síðan
    • Yes, it is 9.6.2020 and American Netflix does not have it yet! This was an American story, yet the UK Netflix has it first? WTH?

      buzzwafflebuzzwaffleMánuði síðan
  • Think I'll skip. Reading the comments section makes me depressed enough. "Husband was the real villain... She's served her time... Scorned woman... blah, blah, blah." The woman broke into their house at night, disabled the phone and shot them both in their bed. Most murders have experienced trauma in their lives. Having a fanny doesn't somehow make your trauma worthy of killing people.

    Grant KerrGrant KerrMánuði síðan
    • @J Moore You're a child. Grow the fuck up little boy. I've never seen this level of butthurt in my life.

      JudeMarchisioJudeMarchisioMánuði síðan
    • @J Moore Yeah, you've used that one already. Pour yourself another wine you rambling husk.

      Grant KerrGrant KerrMánuði síðan
    • @J Moore It doesn't. It means you're a lonely, poisonous spectre... with a job (a.k.a. scraping spare change from phone boxes).

      Grant KerrGrant KerrMánuði síðan
    • @J Moore You came crawling back to this after... a week? To say that? Lonely yourself, aye?

      Grant KerrGrant KerrMánuði síðan
    • ...actually, it'd be more akin to killing your devious former boss and the person who he hired to replace you.

      Grant KerrGrant KerrMánuði síðan
  • Private security must have been ridiculously expensive in the 80s - this guy was making $1.5 million a year around that time - maybe three times that in today's money, and couldn't afford a bodyguard for his house or even a fence or something? I know Betty smashed the alarm system which is how she gained access with her daughter's key without waking them at 5:30am, but surely that wasn't the only high security he could afford on his income. Even an unbreakable and bulletproof bedroom door would have done it.

    dazkptldazkptlMánuði síðan
    • @J Moore woah, let's not defend oj, he cheated on nicole and tried to get back together with her? She wasn't even legal when he ripped her pants on the first date to rape her. As an adult she grew sense and realized that was wrong.

      Maheen M.KMaheen M.K29 dögum síðan
    • @J Moore Anyway, forgetting all that stuff, what do you think of this Jeffrey Dahmer case? Do you know much about him? I really believe he would have got away with it for quite a while longer if he hadn't ahve picked the wrong guy.

      dazkptldazkptlMánuði síðan
    • @J Moore To me there's two kinds of financial support: lifestyle and worthwhile goal. A lifestyle boost is secondary to a worthy project.

      dazkptldazkptlMánuði síðan
    • @J Moore Africans are so tribally fragmented - there's 300 different ethnicities in Nigeria alone (according to a parliamentarian from Abuja, the capital, I spoke with in 2018) that they don't have that universal spirit of helping you see in countries with more homogenous ethnic makeups. Persoanlly, I believe the genetics associated with that have carried over to all Africans, even those that live outside of it. The problem with the "caring about everyone" attitude you see outside Africa is that it often translates to "caring about no-one" but yourself. Because everyone in your country is of the same basic ethnicity or genetic/cultural makeup, there's no group to specifically care for, so you care for no-one. You owuld have noticed that smaller more well-defined ethnic groups care a lot more for each other than those in the majority.

      dazkptldazkptlMánuði síðan
    • @J Moore If I lived in Africa I wouldn't donate blood because most Africans wouldn't be able to use it.

      dazkptldazkptlMánuði síðan
  • She was a scorned woman, She is right where she belongs. I did not like the way Netflix portrayed Linda.

    LornaLorna2 mánuðum síðan
    • Linda and Dan had it coming

      Divya HaridasDivya HaridasMánuði síðan
  • Dan was an asshole!

    shanu722shanu7222 mánuðum síðan
  • Love relationships are really scary.. first season and now this. I just broke up with my boyfriend and I think I’m better off alone with family and friends

    Daphné GndDaphné Gnd2 mánuðum síðan
    • J Moore Yes he said sorry but at some point I wished he stopped just doing that so he wouldn’t have to be sorry 😪 But oh well I’m better now!

      Daphné GndDaphné GndMánuði síðan
    • J Moore we were together 3 years, but for a long time now I started being dissatisfied with a certain behavior. I told him multiple times he kept saying sorry. That was the main issue, there were some others. And in July I kept reaching out to him, to try and sit down and have a conversation about our relationship, me being unhappy, our feelings his point of view. But he kept fleeing, avoided me, like he just gave up before I even told him my intentions of breaking up you see? Big communication problem seeing how he reacted really hurt me and I felt less sad about leaving

      Daphné GndDaphné GndMánuði síðan
  • Is it just me or Dan was the real villain? I mean Betty had some anger issues, but with everything he did, she was helpless. She literally supported his education and raised kids by herself. And then Dan was just a swine to do all that. Obviously she murdered them, so that’s that.

    MarkyyyMarkyyy2 mánuðum síðan
    • @LADY HURRICANE Maria Mamah I bet you feel nothing like this for that guy that killed all those people during that Batman movie. This is toxic feminism.

      FSFS8 dögum síðan
    • He was a narcissist, she was a borderline. She has never shown any remorse. A very explosive couple, doomed.

      spokeraqspokeraq10 dögum síðan
    • @Co Co Puff I mean of course is bad to kill people, all of us know that, but what we know about being tortured emocionaly and psychologically? Take, for example, kids who are bullying, commit suicide or even terrorism to the whole school. The mind is very delicate, and if you dont have or you cant understand, you cant judged her decisions bc she wasn't even in the place to take it and nobody was there to help her

      Clary BarriosClary Barrios14 dögum síðan
    • They were both pretty flawed the little boys answering machine message was brutal. But she may not have come undone if not for being gaslit for years

      teenindustryteenindustryMánuði síðan
    • This is classic narcissist abuse so her behavior is natural. Gaslighting, manipulation, smear campaigns. He coull OK d be a psychopath or sociopath. If you listen to survivors stories, you’ll see it’s similar except hers is so extreme but anyone can be manipulated by these types- all depends on your vulnerability and childhood wounds. He’s def the villain. I think and hope ay least 100 years from now people will understand the effects of emotional abuse and control like this. What he did was crazy making. I feel bad for her.

      LADY HURRICANE Maria MamahLADY HURRICANE Maria MamahMánuði síðan
  • One word: selfishness

    The StorytellerThe Storyteller2 mánuðum síðan
  • Betty should b let go, she's done her time.

    Chrisie RichardsChrisie Richards2 mánuðum síðan
    • Her son goes to the parole hearing against it...everytime. 2032 next hearing she'll be 84

      ChachingChachingMánuði síðan
  • Quick question, what happend to DayBreak?

    Squirtle StudiosSquirtle Studios2 mánuðum síðan
  • Damn 😨 but it was a sick series to watch 🔥

    Aima AftabAima Aftab2 mánuðum síðan
  • #Sheramovie ,. One movie of She-ra and the princess of power PLEASE NETFLIX

    Carla CostaCarla Costa2 mánuðum síðan
  • This is one of the reasons Why i despise marriage and what its stands for

    Somaliatheist #Somaliatheist #2 mánuðum síðan
    • As far as I can see she was a great wife, HE is the one who ran off into the sunset with a secretary. The problem is men and their second youth aka midlife crises

      Thett ProjectThett ProjectMánuði síðan
    • But was marriage the problem or the constant mental abuse 🤔 u can get someone just as toxic in a friend group tbh but I agree obv the divorce made it so much worse

      Gypsy LeeGypsy Lee2 mánuðum síðan
    • Such things happen outside marriage too. Here in my country a woman shot her mate multiple times and then killed herself because he broke up with her. They were not marriage, only had sex and lived together. The problem with romantic relationships is that people are way too selfish. They want a mate only to please their own desires, and when it's no longer interesting, they chase the other person away.

      The StorytellerThe Storyteller2 mánuðum síðan
  • Ok

    iKutieiKutie2 mánuðum síðan
  • This was me when I heard love:🤮🤮🤢

    angelina goirgesangelina goirges2 mánuðum síðan
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