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A Mormon teenager who had “never left Canada” was stabbed to death in an Essex cul-de-sac after flying to visit her boyfriend online in the UK as he appears in court charged with his murder.
Ashley Wadsworth, 19, was discovered after a “riot” in an apartment block in Chelmsford at 4 p.m. m. Tuesday after neighbors called the police.
Despite the efforts of paramedics, the teenager from Vernon, British Columbia, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Jack Sepple Arrested and Charged
Her 23-year-old boyfriend, Jack Sepple, of Chelmsford, Essex, was arrested at the scene and charged with her murder.
He appeared at Colchester Magistrates Court today wearing a gray sweater and trousers.
Sepple was placed on remand after the brief hearing and is due to appear at Chelmsford Crown Court on Friday.
Mrs. Wadsworth had converted to the Church of Latter Day Saints at the age of 18 and was described by her partner Daniel Seaman as a “woman of great faith” who “even wanted to share her faith with her boyfriend” .
The teenager, who had never left Canada before but was said to want to escape ‘small town life’, had flown to the UK to be with Sepple on November 12 last year, and was due to fly home to see to his family this week. .
The couple had met through an online dating app.
Mrs Wadsworth’s heartbroken older sister Hailey vowed to get justice for her brother, writing on Facebook: “I love you so much girl you are the best little sister I could ever ask for.”
before he had said: ‘My poor little sister, we will get justice, girl, I love you so much that I miss you every day, your queer loves you.’
Mrs. Wadsworth had posted a picture of herself with Jack on Facebook on Sunday night and turned the picture of her into her profile picture.
She had previously posted pictures of the couple smiling and enjoying sightseeing trips around Chelmsford and London.
The couple enjoyed a day out in the capital on January 9 to celebrate Jack’s birthday, visiting Tower Bridge and the Tower of London.
During her trip to the UK, Ms. Wadsworth visited dozens of famous sights, including Buckingham Palace and London’s Big Ben.
She also joined the Sepple family on a trip to the historic town of Rye in East Sussex.
On Wednesday, friends of Ms. Wadsworth posted Facebook tributes to her.
Larissa Kontos, a friend of Ms Wadsworth’s sister, described the teenager as a “beautiful and loving soul”.
Mrs. Kontos wrote on Facebook: “She had a ticket for this Thursday to go home to the people who love her very much.”
Mrs Wadsworth’s aunt, Rosie Turcotte, wrote on Facebook
Ms Kontos added: ‘She was a 19-year-old beautiful soul. She had a ticket for this Thursday to go home with people who love her very much.
Mrs Wadsworth’s aunt, Rosie Turcotte, wrote on Facebook: “I am so angry, sad and f*cking angry.
‘I want to say so much right now, but mom always said if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.
‘Another special angel left too soon.’
A neighbour, who asked not to be identified, said: “The police were called yesterday afternoon and the whole street was packed with officers.”
“We were able to see the paramedics go into the living room of the house and they were working on someone for a while.
“They took the young woman to the street just outside the property and were continuing to try to save her.
The police spoke of stab wounds. She looks like she was the victim of a frenzied attack. But the doctors could not save her. It was horrible to watch.
Friends have paid more heartbreaking tributes to Ashley on Facebook in the last 24 hours.
Tianna Kowalchuk, who described Ashley as her best friend, said: “I’m sorry that I or anyone else couldn’t do more to help you.” But God has you in his hands now, we have you in our hearts forever.’
Another friend, Mackenzie Palm, wrote: ‘Since 7th grade, you have been my best friend, my family and my rock.
“We went through so many phases together, we did so many dumb things together. We made so many memories.
A third friend, Maleea Ames, said: ‘Ashley Wadsworth, I remember meeting you for the first time when we sat together in the beauty salon talking about life and summer and everything.
“You were so incredibly sweet and beautiful and literally an angel.”
Quick and Facts
- Ashley Wadsworth, 19, was found dead following a ‘disturbance’ in Chelmsford
- Jack Sepple, 23, was arrested at the scene and has been charged with murder
- Sepple, of Chelmsford, appeared at Colchester Magistrates’ Court today
- He was remanded in custody to appear at Chelmsford Crown Court on Friday