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Benidorm death fall woman in a 'state of terror'

Benidorm death fall woman in a 'state of terror'”

The family's lawyer described to the Spanish judge how Kirsty's actions were comparable to someone trying to escape a burning building, falling from the tenth-floor of the apartment complex while she was on a hen weekend in the Spanish resort.

Ricky Gammon, 31, Anthony Holehouse, 34, Callum Northridge, 27, and 32-year-old Daniel Bailey arrived at the resort's Palau de Justicia to be questioned over the death of Kirsty Maxwell.

The four men were staying in a tenth-floor apartment in Benidorm along with their friend Joseph Graham when Ms Maxwell fell to her death. It was from that apartment that she fell.

A fifth man was also present in the apartment when Kirsty died. She later knocked on the door of the neighbouring apartment, which was opened by a 32-year-old United Kingdom national who was subsequently arrested for questioning before being released.

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He has insisted he played no part in Mrs Maxwell's death, reportedly claiming she entered their room at about 08:00 and appeared in a confused state before heading for the balcony.

Three of the four men hid their faces ahead of the private hearing on Wednesday.

"They had a great opportunity to prove their innocence today however they did not do that".



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