Aphrodite Jones net worth: Aphrodite Jones is an American reporter and author who has a net worth of $3 million. Aphrodite Jones was born in Chicago, Illinois in November 1959. She is a crime writer who write about killers who has a knack for detail. From 2010 to 2011 she hosted and produced the television series True Crime with Aphrodite Jones. She also wrote and co-produced the 2007 TV movie The Staircase Murders which was based on the book A Perfect Husband. She was a crime reporter for FOX News and hosted the series The Justice Hunters on the USA Network. She has often been featured on national news shows and talked about criminal accusations involving celebrities such as OJ Simpson, Robert Blake, Michael Jackson, George Zimmerman, and Jerry Sandusky. Her book All She Wanted was adapted into the Academy Award winning movie Boys Don't Cry. Jones' other books include The FBI Killer, Cruel Sacrifice, All She Wanted, Della's Web, The Embrace: A True Vampire Story, Red Zone: The Behind-the-Scenes Story of the San Francisco Dog Mauling, and Michael Jackson Conspiracy.
New York Times best-selling author Aphrodite Jones has eight books and hundreds of TV appearances on her resume. She is highly recognized in the field of crime profiling, and has provided professional insight on high-profile crimes for FOX News, CNN, HLN, MSNBC, NBC, CBS, and E! Network, including looks into personalities such as Michael Jackson, OJ Simpson, Scott Peterson and Phil Spector. She has also been quoted by news organizations worldwide, including Australia, China, Japan, Western Europe, Canada, and South America.
TRUE CRIME WITH APHRODITE JONES follows one of the nation's top crime writers, Aphrodite Jones, as she goes behind-the-scenes of famous murder cases to uncover hidden secrets and new information to shed new light on these sensational stories. From infidelity gone wrong to a potential serial killer on the open road there is no case too grizzly for Aphrodite and her team to explore. Season six of TRUE CRIME WITH APRHODITE JONES airs on Monday nights beginning May 2 at 9pm (ET) on Investigation Discovery.