College Football Players Who Starred In Netflix Series Arrested For Fatal Stabbing Of 18-Year-Old

Four people have since been arrested in light of the murder.

Two men who once starred in the Netflix docu-series “Last Chance U” have been charged in connection with a stabbing death of a teenager in Louisville, Tennessee.

Caleb Thomas Radford, 18, was stabbed multiple times back on July 25, according to ABC affiliate WATE.

Four people have since been arrested in light of the murder. Keshawn Hopewell, 21, and Itiq Green, 28, were arrested in Tennessee. Camion D. Patrick, 22, was arrested by Indiana University campus police in Bloomington, Indiana, where he will remain until his extradition hearing. His brother, Isaiah S. Wright, 20, was also arrested. He appeared on the Netflix series “Last Chance U” which took place at East Mississippi Community College.

In the Netflix series, Wright (pictured, right) and Patrick talked about the challenges they faced while growing up. They were in foster care for about seven years after their mother disappeared and their father was in jail. The show also focused on his sports injuries, his girlfriend's pregnancy, and detailed his troubled childhood, according to Daily Mail.

In the episode “Football Saved My Life,” Eszmone Patrick said the sport really did save them.

“It got us out of the house, that’s one thing. We followed it through and through.

Their middle brother, Eszmone Patrick, said their family is in shock.

“There is no way they could have done this, because, why would they mess up their whole dream of going pro and helping the family out to rob and kill somebody? That’s nowhere near what their character is.”

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