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Harvard QB Son of 'Tarzan' Killed His Mom and Framed His Dad
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The killer son of Tarzan actor Ron Ely was a Harvard educated quarterback who enjoyed a charmed existence rubbing shoulders with his famous godfather Fess Parker and living at his parents' exclusive $4.8 million property in Santa Barbara, DailyMail.com can reveal. Cameron Ely, 30, was shot dead by officers on Tuesday after police found his mother Valerie Lundeen Ely, 62, with multiple stab wounds shortly after 8pm.

His elderly father Ron, 81, who played the title character on the NBC series Tarzan in the 1960s, had identified him as the suspect to authorities. Described as 'supremely intelligent' by the university's student newspaper, 6 foot 5 tall Cameron often posted pictures of his time studying at Harvard to his MySpace account in the early 2000s. Scout.com said the budding footballer had an 'ability to make good decisions'.

Cameron signed as the Ivy League's quarterback in 2007 according to his Harvard profile, after graduating from his $50,000-a-year boarding school, Phillips Exeter Academy, and images show him enjoying costume parties with friends and time with his family. He graduated with a degree in psychology in 2012, according to People, and was not listed on the football team roster after 2007.

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