Hong Kong model Abby Choi murder case begins

Hong Kong –

WARNING: This story contains graphic details.

The murdered Hong Kong model’s ex-husband and former in-laws were taken into custody without bail on Monday on charges of joint murder after police found parts of her body in a refrigerator.

Ex-husband Alex Kwon, father Kwon Kaw and brother Anthony Kwon have been charged with murdering model Abby Choi. His mother, Jenny Lee, is accused of perverting the course of justice. Four were detained without bail.

Choi, 28, was a model with over 100,000 followers on Instagram. Her last post was her February 19th, featuring a photo shoot she did for fashion magazine L’Officiel Monaco.

Choi went missing on February 21, according to a report later submitted to the Hong Kong police.

On Friday, police found her dismembered body in a refrigerator in Kwon Kau’s rented house in Longmeiquan, a suburb of Hong Kong, about 30 minutes’ drive from the mainland China border.

On Sunday, authorities found the skull of a young woman, believed to be Choi’s, in a pot confiscated from the house. I believe that it is a place where

Police said Choi was involved in a financial dispute involving tens of millions of Hong Kong dollars between her ex-husband and his family.

Choi has four children, two sons, ages 10 and 3, and two daughters, ages 8 and 6, said Bernard Cheng, a friend of Choi’s.

Tam said he was very grateful to have Choi in his life and praised her for being supportive.

“When Abby was alive, she was a very kind person and always wanted to help people.” .”

Pao, who is married to Chen, told the Associated Press that he has known Choi for over seven years.

“She was the type of person who had no enemies,” she said.

Ms Cheng said Choi has a very good relationship with her family and will travel with her current and former husband’s families. Choi’s current father-in-law is one of the founders of Hong Kong’s famous Yunnan rice noodles chain, local newspaper The Standard reported.

Autonomous cities in southern China are widely considered safe with very low levels of violent crime, so Ms. Cui’s gruesome killing was a huge blow to thousands of people across the border between Hong Kong and mainland China. fascinated the

Her case is one of Hong Kong’s most shocking murders since a man murdered his parents in 2013 and their heads were later found in a refrigerator. In another high-profile incident in 1999, a woman was kidnapped and tortured by her three members of an organized crime group before she died. Her skull was later found stuffed into a Hello Kitty doll.

The murder hearing has been postponed until May.

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