Heather Mack Net Worth: How Rich Is Suitcase Killer? Age Release Date & Whereabouts Now

Heather Mack’s net worth must be in the millions as she was born in a wealthy family. Let’s know more about her case and her recent update in this article.

Heather Mack is one of the most popular American killers who was convicted for murdering her mother Sheila von Wiese-Mack, while on vacation in Bali, Indonesia in August 2014.

At the time this incident took place Heather was all over the media as she was criticized for stuffing her own mother’s body in a suitcase. Also, her boyfriend was involved in this case.

The other reason they gather so much international attention was that the suitcase they used to stuff her mother body was way too small to fit the body of adult women,

Well, Heather along with her boyfriend then boyfriend Tommy Schaefer were under custody after a day they committed this crime and they were hiding at a hotel that was just 6 miles from St. Regis according to ABC Chicago.

Heather Mack Net Worth: How Rich Is Suitcase Killer?

Heather Mack’s net worth is estimated to be around $1 million.

However, at this moment, the amount is not verified and may differ from her actual net worth.

Also, Heather was in jail for more than 6 years, so we believe in this time period she had zero income as she was not involved in any business and job.

Heather Mack’s Age & Release Date

As of 2021, Heather Mack’s age is just 25 years old, according to News24.

Nonetheless, we still lack the information about her exact date of birth as she has kept all her personal detail under the wrap as of now.

Also, it is said that she was just 19 years old when she committed the crime, and even she was a few weeks pregnant at that time.

Regarding Heather Mack’s release date, she was freed from prison on 29 October 2021 after receiving a 34-month reduction from her 10 years prison sentence.

Where Is Heather Mack Now?

As of now, Heather Mack is traveling back to Chicago after serving more than 6 years in prison in Indonesia.

However, she wanted to stay back in Indonesia as she felt it was safe for her there rather than traveling back to the USA.