There is something about true crime stories that can pull people in to the stories. That's what Netflix did with their new crime series based on Jeffrey Dahmer, who was known to kill and eat some of his victims. Yes, very gruesome. But the series delves deep into Dahmer's life and how his mind was. Dahmer's victims were gay, young and men of color and thankfully this man was caught. However, if people are tuning into the series, it could be traumatizing to watch, especially for some Milwaukee residents as well as the victims families who have to relive this trauma. According to Too Fab, the family of one of Jeffrey Dahmer's victims, Errol Lindsey, is calling out the series and its producers. Rita Isbell, Lindsey's sister gave a very rage-fueled statement during Dahmer's trial that was recreated for the series. But Isbell said no one involved with the series ever reached out to her and was "bothered" when she saw an actress portraying her for the court scene. She said "It's sad that they're just making money off of this tragedy. That's just greed." She went on to say she would understand if the producers gave some of the money to the victims' children. Isbell said she doesn't have an interest watching the show because she lived it but she did see the episode that portrayed her. Have you been tuned into the series?