Netflix’s Docu-series ”Worst Roommate Ever” Features Terrorizing Crime-story Of Serial Squatter Jamison Bachman

Jamison Bachman credited his passion for the law to his maternal grandfather, Abraham J. Brem Levy.

Jamison Bachman, the late serial squatter who terrorized dozens of roommates, was born on December 24, 1956, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, to mother Joan Bachman and father Jim Bachman.

Jamison’s father, Jim, owned a construction company, while his mother, Joan, was a housewife.

Jamison grew up in Elkins Park, the northern Philadelphia border.

His older brother, Harry Bachman, was four years older than him. Harry was outgoing, humble, handsome, and multi-talented.

On the flip side, Jamison had an ostentatiously self-confident personality.

Jamison’s role model was his maternal grandfather, Abraham J. Brem Levy, a prominent attorney who served as chief counsel to the Senate Watergate Commission in 1973.

He had credited his passion for the law to his maternal grandfather, Abraham J. Brem.

He said,

“My grandfather started taking me to his murder trials when I was just a boy.”

Jamison Bachman

Netflix’s documentary series ”Worst Roommate Ever (2022–2024)” chronicles the backstory of four roommates’ stories with evil and sometimes violent intentions of Jamison Bachman, who turn the lives of victims into real-life nightmares.

Jamison Bachman In High School (Source: allthatsinteresting)

Bachman’s parents were ashamed of their younger son, Jamison, who was unsuccessful in his endeavor compared to his elder brother.

Whenever Jamison used to talk about his family, it was often filled with bitter resentment. He used to consider himself the victim of favoritism through his parents.

He once told one of his conversational partners that his father, Jim, had paid for his elder brother, Harry’s college education but refused to do the same when he wanted to return to school around age 40.

His bitter resentment toward his father festered so much inside his heart that as his father di*d of cancer, he skipped the funeral of which he had no regrets.

Jamison hated his mother as well. After his father’s demise, he was expecting to receive a portion of his father’s assets; however, his mother didn’t allow him to have even a cent.

On November 4, 2017, Jamison, 60, was arrested for the murder of his brother, Harry Bachman, 64, by Cheltenham Police.

Just before Harry’s demise, he was supposed to meet a family member. After inspection, Cheltenham Police officers discovered that the deceased male victim appeared to have suffered blunt-force trauma to the head and body.

Jamison was charged with First and Third-Degree m*rder.

However, before he could stand trial, on December 8, 2017, in Eagleville, Pennsylvania, he hung himself in his cell at the Montgomery County prison.

In Case You Didn’t Know

  • At 45, Jamison Bachman earned his law degree from the University of Miami but never became a practicing attorney as he failed the bar exam on his first attempt in 2003.


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