Check out a couple of clips from the next episode of. The episode is titled “Mad About the Boys,” airs Monday, March 16 at 10pm/9c on Investigation Discovery. The series is produced by True Entertainment.
Mad About the Boys by Bryan Burrough : On November 11, 2006, Frankie Vazquez Jr., was found dead – sitting in his Porsche with the motor running in his garage and a T-shirt wrapped around his head. Vazquez’s family believes that when Frankie discovered that Lou Pearlman, Frankie’s closest childhood friend and the ‘90s boy-band impresario who created the Backstreet Boys and ‘NSync, was not the man he claimed to be – Vazquez couldn’t face the truth and killed himself. What unfolds is an unbelievable story of deception and perversion.
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