A 23-year- An old man from Essex confessed to killing his Canadian teenage girlfriend.
Jack Sepple killed 19-year- old Ashley Wadsworth from Vernon in British Columbia, in house in Chelmsford in February after meeting her on dating app.
The officers were called to in Tennyson Road shortly after 4:00 pm. on February 1 after reports of violation.
Paramedics tried to save Ms. Wadsworth, but she was declared dead on the stage.
At the inquest they said she had died. of “knife wounds of the chest.”
At a brief hearing at Chelmsford Crown Court, Sepple’s lawyer said the psychiatrist had indicated that the defendant could speak.
Christopher Paxton QC for Seppl said that “issue of fitness currently allowed” and requested that the defendant be asked to enter plea.
The clerk of the court read the single indictment of murder and Seppl, standing in safe dock in long white top with sleeves and with tattoos on his face and hand, answered: “I am guilty.”
Judge Christopher Morgan told Seppl, “In your opinion plea of guilty of murder there is only one the sentence that can be handed down and that is life imprisonment.”
He imprisoned the defendant in detention until date found for sentence.
Miss Wadsworth has moved to Chelmsford. in November 2021,” she wrote. on Facebook.
Previously it year she is posted photos online of her “amazing trip to London” where she did some sightseeing.