Ryan Grantham’s fate has been revealed.
The 24-year-old, who previously worked on the CW series Riverdale, was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole within 14 years, according to a statement obtained by E! News on September 22 from the British Columbia Public Prosecution Services. The court also issued a life ban on firearms to Grantham in the September 20 ruling. Both a life sentence and a firearms ban are mandatory for second degree murder in British Columbia, according to the statement.
After his sentence, Ryan’s lawyer Chris Johnson E! News that Grantham “worked hard to turn his life around” after his arrest.
“He has received a lot of psychiatric help and has struggled with what he did and is coping with it, but he hopes to be able to dedicate the rest of his life to making up,” Johnson said in a statement.
The British Columbia Supreme Court’s decision comes after he pleaded guilty in March to second-degree murder in his mother’s death case, according to a statement obtained by E! News in June from Dan McLaughlin From the British Columbia Prosecution Service.