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Hong Kong-based model Abby Choi’s ex-husband and three of his relatives were charged with murder Sunday in connection with her gruesome death. A formal indictment comes days after several body parts believed to be Choi’s were amputated. was found by the police.

Choi’s ex-husband Alex Kwon, 28, brother Anthony, 31, and father Kwon Kau, 65, have been charged with murder, according to Hong Kong public broadcaster RTHK. The outlet also reported that Kwong’s mother, Jenny Li, 63, has been charged with perverting justice.

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The family appeared in court on Monday and have not yet filed a petition.

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A body part believed to belong to Choi, 28, was first found on Friday, two days after it was first reported missing. A meat slicer, an electric saw and some clothing were also found in the home, according to police.

A human remains, including a skull, several ribs and hair, believed to belong to Choi, was found on Sunday in a large soup pot at another rural residence, police said. They claim there was a hole in the back of the human skull from a “fatal attack”. rice field. The Tai Po house is about 10 kilometers from the apartment where the first human remains were found.

Choi’s torso and hands are still missing.

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Police also seized a van believed to have been used during the attack.

Choi’s ex-husband was arrested at a Hong Kong dock on Saturday. Police say Kwong tried to escape by speedboat with HK$500,000 ($86,500) in cash and luxury watches worth millions of dollars. ing.

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Choi was a social media influencer with over 100,000 followers. InstagramHer last post on February 19th featured a photo shoot for fashion magazine L’Officiel Monaco. I’m inundated with messages wishing me a good night’s sleep.

Choi was reportedly in a financial dispute worth tens of millions of Hong Kong dollars (millions of Canadian dollars) with her ex-husband’s family. Police have previously said that “some people” were dissatisfied with her management of Choi’s money.

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The Kowloon City Magistrate’s Court on Monday denied bail for the family of four. The case has been postponed until May 8. Police are still investigating the crime.

The gruesome killings have riveted many, especially across the border between Hong Kong and mainland China. This is because the level of violent crime is very low in the autonomous cities of southern China.

Cui’s friend Bernard Cheng said he initially thought she had been kidnapped.

“I never imagined that someone so good, so full of love, so innocent, so innocent, who had done nothing wrong, would be killed like this. ‘My heart is still heavy. I can’t sleep well.'”

Cheng said Choi had four children, ranging in age from 3 to 10. Her ex-husband was the father of her two children and is now being cared for by Ms. Choi’s mother. After her divorce, Choi remarried to another man. She is the father of young children with his family.

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Cheng said Cui had good relationships with her family, including her in-laws, and often traveled with her current and former husband’s families.

Violent crime is rare in Hong Kong, but the case brings to mind some other shocking murders. In 2013, a man murdered his parents and his head was found in a refrigerator. In another notorious incident in 1999, a woman was kidnapped and tortured by three of her members of an organized crime group before she died. Her skull was later found stuffed into a Hello Kitty doll.

Using files from Associated Press

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