In the early part of the 20th century an unbelievable spectacular murder trial was
happened where the name of early age Evelyn Nesbit was appeared, so Who was Evelyn Nesbit and How did Nesbit become a celebrity?
Born on Christmas day in 1884, Evelyn Nesbit had a struggle childhood, as her father who was a lawyer which meant a very wealthy man, Winfield Scott Nesbit died in 1893, leaving large debts, the family suddenly became penniless, and for years, the family lived in poverty and deficiency. In 1900, after that she began to support her mother and younger brother by working as an artist's model. She moved to New York City in 1901 with her mother at the age of 16 and secured more prestigious modeling jobs and work on Broadway as a chorus girl also artists of the time, including painters Charles Dana Gibson and Frederick Church, and photographer Rudolf Eickemeyer. Gibson supposedly used her to illustrate his famous Gibson Girl paintings
Moreover, she became famous, and she was known as "the Girl in the Red Velvet Swing." Her husband, Harry Kendall Thaw, killed her lover, noted New York Architect Stanford White, and the story was made into a movie, "The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing" (1955), with actress Joan Collins playing her role. That same year, she was well regarded architect Stanford White, who although married, was a dishonorable man with numerous affairs. In 1901, White was America's leading architect, considered the principle designer and arbiter of what was taste in architecture. He had founded several elite clubs, made large donations to charity and promoted several New York civic institutions. In addition, White had a dark side, like other kinds of bullying, sexual bullying involves comments, gestures, actions, or attention that is intended to hurt, offend, or intimidate another person. With sexual bullying especially with young teenaged girls, and despite his sexual...