Brian Michael McGhee (born February 3, 1984) is an American murderer and former professional wrestler. He was formerly employed by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) where he appeared for their developmental territory, Florida Championship Wrestling, using the ring name DT Porter. He also appeared for various independent promotions under the names Donovan Ruddick and Brian Ladd.
McGhee was arrested for brutally stabbing his ex-girlfriend, Bianca McGaughey, to death on July 25, 2013. He is currently serving life in prison with no chance of parole for the crime.
Brian McGhee might not be a familiar name to most wrestling fans, but under the name 'The Future' DT Porter, McGhee was signed by WWE in 2010.
Assigned to their development territory Florida Championship Wrestling, Porter even appeared on two WWE house shows before ultimately being released in 2012, without being called up.
While no longer being under the employ of WWE in 2013, McGhee was heavily associated with the company when it was reported that he was being charged with first degree murder of his ex-girlfriend.
The 6'7", 270lbs McGee had brutally stabbed his 25-year old victim in the neck and torso, in front of witnesses at her apartment complex, before sadistically posting a picture of her bloody arm as his Facebook profile picture.
Alerting the police of his crime, an ensuing high speed car chase between law enforcement and McGhee resulted in him crashing his car and being apprehended.
With eye witnesses to the crime ensuring his conviction, the presiding judge ordered a stay of life imprisonment for the former WWE hopeful, insisting that in his case "life should mean life".