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Monday, 22 February 2016

Hairdresser stabbed boyfriend to death for spending too much time on Facebook

A hairdresser stabbed her boyfriend to death after a blazing row over him spending too much time on Facebook befriending other women.

Terri-Marie Palmer, 23, fatally stabbed Damon Searson in the heart after flying into a jealous rage over his social media activity.
She then dialled 999 and claimed the stabbing happened accidentally when she threw Damon the blade at the caravan park where they were staying.

She said: "It's a carving knife. We literally only got it today. It's really f****** sharp."

But a jury didn't believe Palmer and convicted her of murder..
The court had heard how only moments before the killing, she had posted on Facebook: "He p***** me off sitting on Facebook, completely blanking me when I'm talking to him."

She then stabbed Mr Searson, 24, as he checked his messages.
He bought a new mobile phone and began adding topless selfie pictures on Facebook but when she posted a message saying 'Gross' he retorted: "Didn't expect any different to come out of your mouth f****** g* b****."

On the night of the killing on August 13 Palmer began moaning to a pal on a Facebook as Searson was also on his page adding friends.

She claimed she payed the rent while he spent money on a mobile phone and shopping and said she was planing to leave him and move back in with her mother.

In her post Palmer said: "All he does is sits there and adds loads of girls. He's a f****** little prick. I'm fuming with him."

Palmer wept as she was convicted of murder and jailed for life at Preston Crown Court last week.

Daily Mirror


  1. Sad!it's always gud to control one's temper,rip to d dead

  2. Na wah oh,oyibo people and their nonsence brain,how can

  3. What jealousy will cause! Terrible something!

  4. she should have just walked...

  5. Jealousy and anger never helped nobody


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