August 27, 2012
Nellie Mae Brown
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PRINCE Hepburn, 50, was unanimously convicted of the murder of Nellie Brown-Cox, the woman he intended to marry once his divorce had gone through.
A PSYCHOLOGIST claimed the depression Prince Hepburn experienced after learning his sweetheart was cheating on him caused a chemical imbalance in his brain that led him to attempt suicide and chop her to death.
PRINCE Hepburn, a contractor accused of killing his sweetheart, a well known charity worker, declined to answer questions when he was interviewed by police about her murder.
THE bloody cutlass found next to Nellie Mae Brown-Cox’s naked and lifeless body with the inscriptions “this what cheaters get” and “you next George Sawyer” was shown in Supreme Court yesterday.
THE HIGHLY anticipated trial of a man accused of killing a well known charity worker, who was his lover, was delayed by five weeks due to an ongoing robbery trial.
MORE than a year after a known charity worker was killed inside an apartment, a man who was her then lover is expected to stand trial today charged with her murder.