William Morgan, 37, was sentenced on Monday, January 13, to life without parole by Fulton Superior Court judge Shawn Ellen LaGrua. The dancer from the local gay strip club had met his boyfriend Brian Campbell, 43, in 2016. But as he was afraid that Campbell might leave him, he shot two bullets in his head. They moved in together, but kept the relationship a secret as both men were still married to women. Morgan was separated from his wife, but Campbell did not, and he considered breaking up with his secret boyfriend because Morgan became addicted to methamphetamine. Realizing that Campbell intended to break up with him, on October 1 Morgan shot him twice in the head in their apartment. He then lowered the temperature of the apartment as much as possible, and hid Campbell’s body in a wardrobe, wrapped in bin bags, before lighting a scented candle near the wardrobe. He fled with “two of Campbell’s high-end watches, an iPhone, a handgun, an iPad, and his wallet which contained various credit cards”. He was convicted of murder, felony murder, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, theft by taking, financial transaction card theft, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.