Student recorded her own ‘murder’ as she was ‘stabbed, strangled & run over’ by partner

Student recorded her own ‘murder’ as she was ‘stabbed, strangled & run over’ by partner

Student recorded her own ‘murder’ as she was ‘stabbed, strangled & run over’ by partner

The Sun says A TERRIFIED student recorded her own killing as she was stabbed, strangled and run over by her drug-fuelled partner, a court heard.

Lauren Bloomer, 25, activated her phone to record what was happening, Stafford Crown Court was told.

The university student suffered 30 stab wounds to her chest, face, eyes, back and hands.

Her partner Jake Notman, 27, denies murdering her at their home in Tamworth, Staffordshire, in the early hours of November 20 last year.

Lauren had sought advice on the internet about a “bad weed trip” suffered by Notman after eating a cannabis brownie.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/16765174/student-recorded-murderer-stabbed/


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