Domini Teer is the Ex-girlfriend of Damien Echols, an American writer, and film producer. Domini Teer’s ex-boyfriend and the father of her son Damian is best known as a member of the West Memphis Three, a group of teenagers controversially accused of a triple murder.
|Full Name:||Domini Alia Teer|
|Date Of Birth||November 21, 1976|
|Education Level||High school|
|Children||Damian Seth Azariah Echols|
Early Age and Background Information
Domini was born on 21 November 1976, Making her 45 years as of 2021. The exact place of birth of Teer is unknown as she has not disclosed any of that information.
Domini Alia Teer now is popular for being the Ex-girlfriend of Damien Echols. Domini was pregnant with their son before her Ex-boyfriend was arrested, their son was born approximately before the trial. After the birth of their son, Domini Teer named him “Damian” and later explained that the son’s name was spelled differently from the father’s because the name Damien is based on a biblical character.
Domini Teer’s ex-boyfriend is now married to Lorri Davis but there is no information regarding her getting married or being in any relationship. Damien Echols and his wife meet in 1996 after Lorris saw his documentary on TV and decided to write to him in prison. They began a romantic relationship and the two later got married in December 1999. They wrote to each other over 5,000 letters. Domini’s ex-boyfriend was released from prison after evidence supported his innocence in 2011.
Domini Teer’s Account of events that took place
Domini Alia Teer, the then-pregnant girlfriend of Damien Echols, gave an account of May 5 that placed her safely off the scene from the horror at moonrise. Domini, a slender redhead, first was questioned by police with Jason Baldwin and Echols the Sunday after the killings in the front yard of the Baldwin trailer at 245 W. Lake Drive South. Domini Teer told Shane Grif fin and Bill Durham “that on 5/5/93 she, Damien, and Jason Baldwin were at Jason’s uncle’s house somewhere around Dover Road mowing the lawn in the early afternoon.
Then stated that she got home around 6:00 pm and was there the rest of the night (verified by mother).” Durham reported: “ … Damien phoned his father to pick them up at the laundrymat at Missouri and N. Worthington.
They said they were picked up at 6:00 PM and Damien’s father took Jason and Dominic home and Damien went home.” Bryn Ridge interviewed Domini at West Memphis Police Department headquarters on May 10, with Mary Margaret Kesterson of the Arkansas State Police sitting in. Ridge reported: “Domini claimed that on Wednesday 5-5-93 that she went with Damien Echols, Jason, and Ken to Jason’s uncle’s house to watch as Jason mowed his yard. Domini Teer and Damien went to the laundry where they called for Damien’s mother to pick them up. Domini stated that the time was about dark or just before it got dark.
Domini Teer stated that she was dropped off at her house and Damien went home. Domini stated that (she) called Damien and that he told her he was tired and was going to sleep. Domini’s mother stated that Domini came in when Time Trax was on TV on Wednesday evening. “Domini stated that on Thursday she and Damien had an argument and took out stress on each other.
Teer claimed that the conflict was to do with Jason Baldwin & his girlfriend.” Notes indicated the mowing was around 5:45 and that Damien’s mother picked them up around 7:45 to 8 p.m. Also mentioned were teenagers in the local witch-cult, Chris (Littrell), Murray (Farris), and Deanna Holcomb. Read her Full account here
Upon Teer’s Ex boyfriend’s release from prison in 2011 under an Alford plea, he authored several autobiographies and spiritual books. He has been featured in multiple books, documentaries, and podcasts about his spiritual works and the West Memphis Three case.
Domini Teer also appeared in Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills and Paradise Lost 3. A 1996 American documentary film directed, produced, and edited by Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky about the trials of the West Memphis Three, three teenage youths accused of the May 1993 murders and sexual mutilation of three prepubescent boys as a part of an alleged satanic ritual in West Memphis, Arkansas.