A mother has been found guilty of stabbing her boyfriend to death during a drug-fuelled row over mobile phones at a New Year's Eve party.
Hannah Sindrey, 24, was convicted of the murder of 31-year-old Paul Fletcher at her flat in Rayleigh, Essex, following a trial at Basildon Crown Court.
As she was being escorted from the dock, the 24-year-old yelled: 'F*** him. That's what I think. F*** him. I don't give a f***. F***ed off.'...because declaring how remorseful she is about the murder isn't really going to cut it now, is it?
Julie Gowen, of the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate, said: “This has been a challenging and intensive investigation...Taxed your officers unduly, did it?
When the first officers on scene asked what had happened, Miss Blackwell told them: “Hannah [Sindrey] stabbed him. She is his girlfriend.”