The fantastic Outcry series has just concluded, but many viewers are now desperate to know where Greg Kelley is now and what happened following his exoneration.

As viewers, Outcry was nothing short of an emotional rollercoaster, so we can’t imagine what it must have been like for those involved with the case.

The fifth and final episode of the true-crime documentary series has just premiered, culminating what is six years of a case that has gripped millions of people.

Now, we only have two questions left that need to be answered, what happened to Greg Kelley following his exoneration and where is he now?

What happened to Greg Kelley after Outcry?

  • As shown in the final episode of Outcry, Kelley moved to New York City with his high school sweetheart Gaebri Anderson, before his conviction was officially vacated.

The two were married in January 2019 and according to Jake Brydon, who led the movement to get Kelley exonerated, have since moved back to the Cedar Park area.

According to CBS Austin, Kelley has since sued the City of Cedar Park and two former Cedar Park police officers. The lawsuit claims that former Cedar Park Detective Christopher Dailey and former Police Chief Sean Mannix “committed numerous acts and knowing omissions which led to wrongful conviction and imprisonment” of Kelley.

 

Where is Greg Kelley now?

  • Greg Kelley currently resides in the Cedar Park area with his wife Gaebri, where he attends the University of Texas and runs his own small business.

Not long after his release, Kelley was accepted to the University of Texas, where he is studying for a major in Kinesiology.

Viewers will be happy to hear that Kelley is also now running his own business, a company called Tomahawk Targets, which make custom ace-throwing boards and accessories.

Brydon told Oxygen.com: “He’s a young inspiring entrepreneur. He’s doing very well. He’s living the American dream. He’s a productive member of society.” You can check out their Facebook page here.

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Posted by Greg Kelley on Friday, 24 July 2020

Greg Kelley Facebook…

  • You can find Kelley on Facebook here, where he regularly discusses his faith and his thoughts on life as a Christian.

Greg Kelley Instagram…

  • You can also find him on Instagram here, which I’m sure will blow up following the finale of Outcry tonight.
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