Musician Shot By Playboy Model Wife Who Mistook Him For Charles Manson – See Photos

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Feb. 3 2018, Updated 9:26 p.m. ET

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Musician Bruce Rathgeb married a Playboy Playmate Victoria Vetri who later shot him because she thought he was serial killer Charles Manson. RadarOnline.com has all the details of the bizarre case – click through the images for more.

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Musician Bruce Rathgeb married Playboy Playmate Victoria Vetri in 1987 in La Jolla, California.

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Tragically, in 2010, Vetri shot her husband believing he was Manson after suffering anguish over the death of her friend Tate.

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Vetri and Tate became best friends before she was savagely murdered by Manson and his crazy followers.

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Fortunately, Rathgeb survived the shooting with a bullet that was meant for Manson.

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It is understood that Manson's remains will be scattered in the grounds of Corcoran State Prison where he was housed until he died.

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