Graham Dwyer’s wife Gemma Dwyer has cut all of her ties with her criminal husband. It’s all due to the brutal way he murdered Elaine O Hara in 2012. So, where is the convicted murderer right now?
Graham made headlines in 2015 after he was found guilty of murdering the Irish childcare worker he had met through the fetish adult website.
Dwyer, who was leading a normal life with his family, turned out to be a monster with a stabbing fetish and even tried to fulfill his desire with his wife but wasn’t quite successful.
Graham Dwyer Wife
Graham was married to his wife Gemma Dwyer, who he met when they were studying architecture together at the Dublin Institute of Technology in 1997.
His wife comes from a wealthy family and is the daughter of Dr. John Brendan Healy, a trauma and orthopedic surgeon.
Dwyer was arrested in October 2013, and the couple has been estranged ever since. Gemma even testified against him in court and didn’t want to have any connection with him.
Gemma is now married to a new man, and she works as an environmental health inspector.
Thoughts are with all those who loved Elaine O’Hara during this unimaginably difficult week. https://t.co/07UADt44tE
— Sarah Clarkin (@SarahClarkin) September 12, 2021
Graham Dwyer Son
Graham Dwyer has a son named Sennan McShea from his relationship with Emer McSheas, who he met in the summer of 1991 when he went to a music festival in Tipperary.
Sennan was born in October 1992. Even though he is a monster to everyone who knows about him, he is still close with his son and has been keeping in contact with him.
Dwyer always acted like a new man in front of his son and never let him know about his other life. But when he was arrested in 2013 for murder, neither his wife nor son came to see him for 18 months.
Graham Dwyer Family
Talking about Graham’s family, he was born to his parents Sean and Susan Dwyer.
The family was residing in Bandon, where Dwyer spent most of his childhood. Graham is the second eldest of four children with an elder sister and two younger brothers.
The Bandon native was interested in music from his teenage days and played bass guitar. He even played for his local band named Strangeways and was famous among his friends and girls his age.
The case of Graham Dwyer gets underway at the European Court of Justice.
Ireland's Supreme Court has asked for a clarification on EU data retention law after Dwyer's team appealed against a murder conviction by taking issue with police retention and use of mobile phone data pic.twitter.com/73NRn8tSI7
— Naomi O'Leary (@NaomiOhReally) September 13, 2021
Where Is He Now?
The murder convict was serving time until new information regarding his case might overturn his conviction and set him free from jail.
The court in Luxembourg will be hearing about legal issues related to the retention of mobile phone data that will directly affect the murderer’s bid to overturn his conviction.
The 48-year-old criminal will not be at the hearing expected to be led by Attorney General Paul Gallagher.