The Playboy Murders: Who was Melonie Haller, and what happened to her? 

Melonie Haller, an American actor and model, was found bloodied and injured on a Manhattan-bound train on April 13, 1980, following a dinner party at business promoter Roy Alexander Radin's Southampton estate. 

Trigger warning: This article contains references to assault. Reader discretion is urged.

Haller claimed she was viciously assaulted, r*ped, and made to participate in s*xual games taped by Radin and his friends. 

The sixth episode of Playboy Murders season 2, titled Horror in the Hamptons, will debut on February 19, 2024, at 10 p.m. EST. 

Melonie Haller was born in 1959 in the United States of America. She pursued an acting career after graduating from the Juilliard School in New York City.  

She was renowned for her role as Angie Grabowski in the third season of the American sitcom Welcome Back, Kotter, which starred Gabe Kaplan, John Travolta, and Robert Hegyes. 

In addition, Haller appeared in The Love Machine and The French Connection in 1971, as well as Hollywood 90028 in 1973.  

Melonie Haller also appeared in the March 1980 issue of Playboy magazine, and her story will soon be featured on Investigation Discovery's The Playboy Murders. 

On April 12, 1980, Melonie Haller received an invitation to a dinner party at the Long Island home of film producer and American show business entrepreneur Roy Alexander Radin.  

She was introduced to Radin by photographer Ronald Sisman. According to the Los Angeles Times, Haller attended the dinner in the hopes of resurrecting her acting career with a date, a New Jersey-based management consultant called Robert McKeage. 

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