Supermarket worker aroused by strangling women during sexx ‘killed girl, 16, during...

Supermarket worker aroused by strangling women during sexx ‘killed girl, 16, during sexx play’

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Supermarket worker aroused by strangling women during sexx ‘killed girl, 16, during sexx play’

A supermarket worker who enjoys choking women during sexx murdered his pal’s teenage girlfriend, a court heard.

James Morton, 24, allegedly lured Hannah Pearson, 16, to his home after a day of boozing.

Supermarket worker aroused by strangling women during sexx play’

He said he accidentally killed her in a throttling sexx game gone wrong.
But prosecutors claim it was murder.

Michael Evans QC said: “He knew it was dangerous, that is what turned him on.
“The defendant admitted to enjoying the sensation of strangling women during sexx.”

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Morton admits applying light pressure on Hannah’s throat in his bed in Newark, Notts, last year.

He said she was enjoying it and denies murder. Culled from thesun

Supermarket worker aroused by strangling women during sex ‘killed girl, 16, during sex play’
Morton admits applying light pressure on Hannah’s throat in his bed last year
Supermarket worker aroused by strangling women during sex ‘killed girl, 16, during sex play’
James Morton said he accidentally killed Hannah Pearson, 16, in a throttling game gone wrong

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