CYCLOPS BOY
No one will ever know the real story
behind this case...
HOLLYWOOD LOVE TRIANGLE ENDS IN
SUICIDE, DETECTIVE CYCLOPS BOY HELD
FOR QUESTIONING
Morgan Maxwell, star of the recently
canceled television series, "My New Car"
was found dead in his bathtub late
yesterday by top private investigator
Cyclops Boy. Maxwell, whose career had
taken a turn for the worse after being
linked by rumors within the Hollywood
community to a possible affair with David
J. Anthony, producer of "My New Car".
Anthony, who is married to actress Sally
Devon, has denied the alleged affair, but
the rumor has been reported in detail by
several "tabloid" newspapers, including
gossip columnist Tommy Toma.
Ms. Deven could not be reached for
comment, but her lawyer has confirmed
that she, and not her husband, had
engaged the services of Cyclops Boy, the
local private investigator who has made
name for himself in several important
cases. David Anthony was also
unavailable for comment, but he is
scheduled to report to police for
questioning later today.
Capt. Walt Garson, of the police homicide
division, said last night that "at this
time we [the Police] have not ruled out
foul play." Police are also
investigating possible wrong-doing by
Cyclops Boy in his handling of the case,
but as of this morning, there have not
been any formal charges lodged against
the detective.
Also found in Maxwell's Beverly Hills
apartment was a note that blamed one of
his show's sponsors, The Swill Beverage
company, for withdrawing it's support for
the show after the spread of rumors about
him and Anthony. Police sources
confirmed that the note mentioned Swill
President and C.E.O., U.S. Will, by name.
A spokesman for the Swill Beverage
Company said that Mr. Will had no comment
on Maxwell's apparent suicide other that
to say "It is a tragedy."
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DETECTIVE RELEASED IN MAXWELL
SUICIDE CASE
Police released detective Cyclops Boy
yesterday afternoon after investigating
him for his involvement in death of actor
Morgan Maxwell. Police Chief Robert
Dornan announced earlier today that the
case has been officially declared a
suicide. However, he stated "I intend to
call for a review of Cyclops Boy's
license." Funeral services for Maxwell
are scheduled for Thursday at Forest
Lawn.