Darlie Routier Net Worth

Darlie Routier is an American death row inmate convicted of killing her five-year-old son in 1996. She was born in Pennsylvania and met her future husband Darin Routier when she was 15. They had three sons, Devon, Damon and Drake. On the night of June 6, 1996, one of her sons was found dead and the other dying, with Routier herself having superficial injuries. She was charged with murder and sentenced after a trial that lasted less than a year. In 2014, both the prosecution and her defence team were granted permission for further DNA tests.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Murderer
Birth Day January 04, 1970
Birth Place Altoona, Pennsylvania, United States, United States
Darlie Routier age 53 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Aquarius
Criminal penalty Death
Criminal status On death row
Spouse(s) Darin Routier (divorced)
Children Devon, Damon, and Drake
Conviction(s) Capital murder, one count
Imprisoned at Mountain View Unit, Texas Department of Criminal Justice

💰 Net worth

Darlie Routier's net worth is estimated to be between $100,000 and $1 million in 2024. However, it is important to note that her reputation precedes her, as she is known as a convicted murderer in the United States. Routier was convicted in 1997 for the brutal stabbing deaths of her two young sons at their home in Texas. Despite maintaining her innocence and ongoing appeals, the case has garnered significant media attention and controversy over the years. Therefore, her net worth, while substantial, is overshadowed by the infamy surrounding her criminal conviction.

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On June 6, 1996, at 2:31am, 911 dispatchers in Rowlett, Texas, received a call from 5801 Eagle Drive, the Routier home. Routier told the operator that her home had been broken into and that an intruder had stabbed her children, Devon aged 6 and Damon aged 5 and attacked her.


Routier was convicted of murdering Damon and on February 4, 1997, was sentenced to death by lethal injection.


During June 2011, Darin filed for divorce. He said that the decision to divorce was mutual and "very difficult" and that he still believes his wife is innocent. He said that they decided to divorce to end the "limbo" that they had been in since her arrest and conviction.


During 2008 Routier was granted the right to new DNA tests. Her appeals were remanded to the state level for improved DNA testing. On January 29, 2014, Chief Judge of the Western District Fred Biery granted a request from prosecution and defense for her case for further DNA tests vital to the defense to be performed on a bloody fingerprint found in the house, a bloody sock and her nightshirt.