Thug who killed Canadian girlfriend sends her family excuse letter from jail

A depraved Brit who murdered his Canadian girlfriend has sent her heartbroken family an excused-filled letter from jail.

Jack Sepple, 23, stabbed his partner Ashley Wadsworth, 19, to death at their one-bedroom flat in Chelmsford, Essex on February 1.

He was handed a life sentence this week for her murder which saw him "gratuitously inflicted some 90 wounds on her body."

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It has been revealed that Sepple has reached out to Ashley's family whilst behind bars.

The letter, which was published by The Independent, read: "I know that no matter what I wrote there is nothing I can say that can bring Ashley back nor can I make your pain go away.

"I'm very sorry for what I did, and I regret my actions that led to taking Ashley's life.

"You have known of my mental health as I was open to Ashley about this and how it affected my thinking and whilst other people may not believe me my mental health had deteriorated rapidly and it's no excuse, but I know my intrusive thoughts have a big effect on my thinking and my actions.

"I just wanted to tell you I am so so sorry."

The couple met online when Ashley was aged 12 and Sepple reported to be around the age of 15.

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Chelmsford Crown Court heard how Ashley travelled to the UK on a six-month tourist visa before Christmas 2021 and was set to return to Canada before the brutal attack.

Judge Mr Justice Murray Ashley had "indicated to her mother that things were not going well and she wanted to return to Canada" a week before she was murdered.

He added that Sepple faced "imminent loss of control over her."

Sepple received a life sentence with a minimum term of 23 years and six months on Monday (October 10).


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