How Teenager Sexually Assault, Murders His 18Yrs Old Coach After Giving Him Place T Sleep

5 months ago by: onuigbo felicia
-- (f) at 18-02-2020 09:36PM

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A teenager has admitted r3ping and murdering an 18-year-old football coach who gave him a place to sleep as an ‘act of kindness’.

Megan Newton’s body was discovered in her flat on April 20 last year after police and ambulance crews dashed to the property on Fletcher Road, Stoke-on-Trent. Joseph Trevor, 19, admitted murder and two counts of r3pe on the first day of his trial at Stafford Crown Court.

He had been drinking as well as taking ketamine, and possibly cocaine, when police picked him up in Newcastle-under-Lyme town centre.

Officers took him to the police station and confiscated a bag of ketamine before releasing him, telling him he would need to return at a later stage.

Megan, who knew Trevor from school, later met him by chance at a taxi rank and offered for him to stay the night at her bedsit flat.

Prosecutor Adrian Keeling QC said there had been ‘no sense of offering him anything sexual at all’ when they returned to her flat at around 4am. But once inside Trevor forcibly r3ped Megan before throttling her unconscious and stabbing her in the neck and back nine times.

Her body was discovered covered in blood by horrified staff members at the housing complex property the following day.

Mr Keeling said: ‘This defendant r.a.p.e.d and then murdered Megan Newton in the early hours of April 20 last year at her flat.

‘She had invited him back there as an act of kindness because he had got so drunk from drink and drugs that he could not face going home to his parents.

‘He r3ped her honeypotlly and anally, strangled her and then stabbed her in the back eight times.

‘He then left her n3ked and splayed on the bed.’
Trevor broke down in tears in the dock as he pleaded guilty to the charges.

Megan’s family previously told of their heartbreak. In a statement, they said: ‘Our hearts are broken. Meg was a beautiful young woman who had everything to live for. ‘She was in the prime of life, so precious and loving. We adored her. ‘She was into sport in a big way. She loved playing football and used to give up her weekends to work as an assistant coach for the under 7s.

She loved working with children and was studying sports at college as well as holding three jobs down at the same time. ‘Meg had plans for the future – she was so independent and knew what she wanted to do with her life.

‘We were all behind her every step of the way and would have done anything for her. ‘She was a young woman in the prime of life, so precious and loving and such a big part of our lives. ‘Family meant everything to Meg and we’re all struggling with what’s happened. It just doesn’t feel real.’


-- Baye77 (m) at 19-02-2020 07:27AM
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This is heartbreaking..since when has it become a crime to help fellow man??? Wicked is the heart of some men! Whoever kills should be killed.
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