American Crime Story continues to travel back in time, and now, we’re roughly a year before Andrew Cunanan murdered Gianni Versace in Miami, Florida.
Rather, this all belongs to Norman Blachford and as we learn over the course of the episode, Blachford and Cunanan had a relationship that quickly went south.
Blachford has been paying for Cunana to live, and party, but for Cunanan, it’s still not enough.
According to Vanity Fair contributor Maureen Orth, who wrote the book Vulgar Favors: the Assassination of Gianni Versace which this season of American Crime Story is based off of, Cunanan very much had not one sugar daddy, but a few.
According to ABC News, Blachford, was “a wealthy patron of the arts in his 60s, who gave Cunanan an allowance of $2,500 a month, bought him a car and gave him access to his credit cards.” Supposedly, Cunanan really did throw a fit when Blachford refused to write him into his will, which we see happen in the episode.