Meganhauserman While he has not been officially accused of killing his maybe-wife Jasmine Fiore, stuffing her body into a suitcase and throwing her into a dumpster things are not looking good for Ryan Jenkins.

Understandably, VH1 — the network where Jenkins can be seen as a finalist on the show "Megan Wants a Millionaire" — is looking to distance themselves from the sordid story as much as possible. Not only have they pulled all future airings of the series for the time being, they want to be perfectly clear that they just bought the show, but didn't actually make it.

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"Ryan Jenkins was a contestant on 'Megan Wants a Millionaire,' an outside production, produced and owned by 51 Minds, that is licensed to VH1," reads their statement on the matter. "The show completed production at the end of March. Given the unfortunate circumstances, VH1 has postponed any future airings. This is a tragic situation, and our thoughts go out to the victim's family."

Also unclear is what will happen to the third installment of the network's popular "I Love Money" franchise which hasn't premiered yet. Not only was Jenkins a contestant on it as well, according to TMZ it looks like he may have won the $250,000 grand prize.

On the bright side, we're sure "Megan Wants a Millionaire" star Megan Hauserman, gets paid either way.

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'Megan Wants a Millionaire' contestant wanted for Jasmine Fiore murder

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