A man was found guilty of savagery murder of his partner with a crowbar at night who, as he said, got engaged.
Kayleigh Dunning, 32, was found dead in Mark Brandford’s apartment in Portsmouth. England in December 2019. The 49-year-old denied that he “erupted in anger” about her relationship with another man. The man, however, was found guilty by the court for the fact that he had previously revealed private sexual images in order to upset her.
His sentence will be announced on Friday, according to the BBC.
The unfortunate woman suffered head and neck injuries, which caused her death on the night of December 16.
In fact, Brandford went to work the next morning and announced that pair of was engaged, as told in court. When he returned home, he called the police to say that he had found his fiancée lying in bed and “blood everywhere”.
The 32-year-old had sent tender messages to another man shortly before he died, it was further reported. Brandford is estimated to have “exploded” when he realized the messages were sent that “special night”.
The court was also told that the accused was sharing “private sex tapes” from Dunning’s cell phone without her consent for a period of 13 months. She had even set up a Facebook page in her name, in which “personal photos” of her were published.
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