Where Is Brendt Christensen Now?


Yingying Zhang, a 26-year-old agriculture researcher at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), was last seen on June 9, 2017, when she was caught on surveillance video getting into a black Saturn Astra only a few yards away from a bus stop outside the university’s PBS radio and television station.

Is Brendt Christensen in jail?

Brendt Christensen was moved from the Oklahoma City Federal Transfer Center and will spend the rest of his life, unless he is transferred, at a high security federal prison in southeastern Kentucky.

Was Yingying body ever found?

Brendt Christensen, 30, kidnapped, tortured and killed U of I scholar Yingying Zhang in 2018. Her body has never been found.

Who is Brent Christensen?

Brendt Christensen was convicted of kidnapping and killing Yingying Zhang in June 2017. He was sentenced to life in prison earlier this year. Both Zhang and Christensen attended University of Illinois’ main campus in Urbana-Champaign. Zhang was a visiting scholar studying environmental sciences.

Who is Brendt Christensen wife?

Michelle Zortman is the former wife of Brendt Christensen. She was married to Brendt when he had allegedly kidnapped and murdered Zhang. After his involvement was public, she filed for divorce. The two had an open marriage during the time Zhang was killed.


Where did Brent Christensen grow?

The investigation likely involves checking if Christensen’s DNA matches DNA found at the scenes of unsolved homicides in Illinois and Wisconsin. He grew up in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, and got his degree at the University of Wisconsin-Madison before moving to the Champaign-Urbana in 2013.

How does Shawn know Yang?

She met Shawn when he was about nine years old (he passed her on his bike ride home while she was taking out the trash) and they had a conversation. When Shawn’s mother went looking for him, Yang was able to persuade her to take a picture of them together.

How many episodes of Yin Yang are there in psych?

The “Yin/Yang” Trilogy (Season 3, Episode 16; Season 4, Episode 16; Season 5, Episode 16) Psych shied away from full-on drama throughout its eight seasons, with the “Yin/Yang” trilogy proving to be one of the few exceptions to this standard.