Jeffery Dahmer’s dad is said to be undies attack.
In the wake of Netflix’s explosively viral series, “Dahmer — Monster: The Jeffery Dahmer Story,” overzealous fans of the 10-part anthology have allegedly swarmed the Ohio home of the late serial killer’s father, Lionel Dahmer, 86, with vicious, and sometimes lusty, messages for the senior citizen.
“We had a lady stop at the end of the driveway, take off her panties and throw them in the yard,” Lionel’s caretaker, Jeb, 34, told TheSun.
“I had to go out there with a pair of tongs to pick up this woman’s granny panties,” added the frustrated aid. “The girl looked like she was in her early twenties and was shouting ‘I love you Lionel.’”
Jeb, who’s outlined Lionel’s property with “No Trespassing” signs in hopes to deter other Dahmer-obsessed fanatics, went on to bash the cannibal murder’s zealots for targeting the octogenarian.
“It’s people like that that we’re trying not to have here, that’s why I put up no trespassing and private property signs,” explained Jeb. “Lionel’s 86 and here’s this 20-year-old lady throwing her underwear at him. It’s just like, stop.”
The chillingly dark series, a brainchild of director Ryan Murphy, 56, which overtook “Bridgerton” as Netflix’s second-most popular English-language show of all time, unearths the gory details of Dahamer’s killing spree between 1978 and 1991.
Prior to his July ‘91 arrest, the slayer, portrayed by actor Evan Peters, 35, murdered and dismembered 17 men and boys, most of whom were gay and of color, in Ohio and Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Dahmer would often eat his victim’s body parts and engage in sexual conduct with their corpses. He was ordered to serve 15 life sentences for his crimes, but was ultimately bludgeoned to death by a fellow inmate Christopher Scarver, now 53, in a Wisconsin prison in 1994.
But despite Dahmer’s heinous offenses, Jeb said that true crime-enthusiasts flock to Lionel’s home whenever a new take on the murder’s life hits the market.
“Anything Dahmer related blows up,” said the carer. “It seems like every time a movie or series comes out, that’s when a lot of the crazy starts happening with the fan boys and the fan girls.”
Jeb went onto note Lionel’s upset with Netflix for failing to ask his permission to stream never-before-seen recordings of Dahmer with his legal defense team in new docuseries “Conversations With A Killer: The Jeffrey Dahmer Tapes.” The newly exhumed interviews have, too, sparked a wave of incensed and unwelcome visitors to Lionel’s residence.
“About two weeks ago we had a guy pull up in a nice-looking car right in the middle of the driveway, about 20 or 30 yards from the front door,” the attendant remembered.
“I came out and he was acting erratic and violent, saying he wanted to see Lionel. He was a big guy and was acting very hostile,” continued Jeb, who’s since begun carrying a pistol for protection.
“He started cussing me out and I was telling him: ‘Hey dude, you have to leave, you’re not going to get in,’” said Jeb, who has a background in security. “He started acting more crazy so I took a step back. I’m armed now but I wasn’t at the time.”
Thinking fast, Jeb pretended to be armed in the effort to scare away the intruder.
“I put my right hip back, giving the appearance that I was armed and I told him: ‘You need to leave or I’m going to call the cops,” he recalled. “I thought this guy was going to do me harm. I don’t know if he was on something, but he seemed like he was tweaking.”
Jeb was worried that his and Lionel’s lives were in danger.
“The guy got in his car and he was swearing and he burned rubber the whole way out of here, just peeled tires,” he said. “I’m not going to take my chances, especially when Lionel’s in his late 80s, and the only thing he can do to defend himself is yell.”
Jeb had even been forced to ban Lionel from coming outside to do yard work, which he often did as a form of light exercise, for fear a “Dahmer” nuts might level an unexpected attack.
And an aging Lionel, who introduced Dahmer to the art of taxidermy at a young age, is reportedly “still pissed” about his son’s murder.
“He is still very angry about it.”
This story originally appeared on NY Post