Monday, 22 January 2018

Multi-Millionaire's Daughter Who Murdered A Defenceless Old Woman ...

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Multi-millionaire's daughter who became a murderer
Kemi Adeyoola, the girl who killed a frail pensioner, was the daughter of a multi-millionaire.
Property management boss Bola Adeyoola is worth an estimated £10million.
The former boxer denied Adeyoola had a deprived background, and described how he found her stealing a laptop after he tried to help her.

He said: "I tried to help but she threw it back in my face."
Mr Adeyoola said that when he told the teenager to change her ways, she smashed up his office with another girl.
He said: "I thought nothing would surprise me but I was not prepared for murder. I could not believe it.
"What she did was evil. She is no longer my daughter. I don't even like her.
"When I saw Mrs Mendel's picture, I started crying.
"If I was a member of that lady's family, I don't know what my reaction would be.
"As a Christian, I can't believe anyone would do that."
Mr Adeyoola blamed his daughter's obsession with money and possessions on her mother.
He said he lost touch with his daughter when she was 11 and her mother took her away following a row over money. But he said he passed money and messages to her through her grandparents.
He has since re-married and has a new family. His business involves letting houses in Slough, Berkshire.
Mr Adeyoola said: "When I was around, her life was comfortable enough.
"I didn't have contact for many years. I didn't know where they were.
"When she was 16, she walked past me in the street and I didn't recognise her. It was only when she walked into her grandparents' house that I knew who she was."
Mr Adeyoola said that he took Kemi and the other girl under his wing on release from Bullwood Hall for shoplifting.

He gave them a flat to stay in but after the three-month licence period was up, they reacted against his advice to go straight.
"They just left," he said. "They came up to my office and smashed it up.
"I don't think they have respect for me. I don't think they have respect for anyone.
"Kemi was very kind, very loving when she was young. She has changed."
After leaving Slough the girls moved into an £800-a-month house in upmarket Belsize Square, Hampstead, north London.
They claimed they had paid the rent by earning up to £5,000 a week as escorts on dates.
Mr Adeyoola said: "That's all rubbish. Five thousand? No one would give 5p for them.
"They were not nice people. I didn't like them."
The two girls were described as prolific shoplifters by police.
While growing up, Adeyoola and her three sisters moved to a succession of homes including in Cheltenham, Glos, and Peterborough, Northants, before splitting with their mother.
While living next to the Mendels, Adeyoola was arrested for abusing Asian neighbours.
She pilfered from high street stores and was an expert at altering receipts to get refunds for stolen goods. But she often got caught.
After a number of sentences were deferred by courts, she found herself in Bullwood Hall for three months.
Fantasy world
Living in a fantasy world, she imagined murder would be the answer to her troubles - she would kill in order to get the £3 million she aspired to.
Without an ounce of compassion, she wrote about stalking an unsuspecting elderly woman in a wealthy area.
Then, lying in wait, she would pounce on her, drug her to get her Pin numbers and access to a safe, then cut her up and dump the parts in bins.
In an alternative draft, she would put the woman in a car, cut her throat, set the vehicle alight and send it over the cliffs of Dover.
She also spoke of losing four of her 11.5 stone in weight and buying a car - which had to be an Aston Martin or Mercedes.
She showed a cunning and sophisticated criminal mind as she discussed ways of finding out about the routine and wealth of future victims.
They had to be "wealthy, elderly and defenceless". Before dying, they would be made to write a letter to their husbands saying they were leaving them for another man.
Homes to be targeted must be worth over £3.5million and based in rural areas in the Home Counties.
She would don the uniform of a sixth-former from a local school and question householders, ostensibly for a homework project.
Under a wardrobe in Belsize Square, police found a book entitled Great Crimes. They also found suitcases full of new clothes.
Adeyoola, who spoke with a "refined" accent and swept her long, black hair back in a pink hairband, filled in forms for escorting but there was no sign she had done any.
She said: "It's a professional and legitimate business. All you had to do was go on a date with someone for £500.
"We were sometimes making £5,000 a week. It was safe because we used to shadow each other."
Adeyoola said that on the morning Mrs Mendel was murdered, she was in west London trying to get back a purse she left on a bus.
She agreed she tried to get someone else to get her a false receipt and a false witness
because: "I didn't think it was right that I should spend 25 years of my life in prison for something I didn't do."
She said she loved her mother: "My mother always tried the best she could."
But in a letter written in prison, she had called her a "useless swine".
She had also boasted of her talents as an actress, saying one of her performances was so good, she was sure a youth worker would recommend a community sentence for the shoplifting.
In a letter, she talked of having an emotional interview during which she wept, mumbled and arched her back to convince the woman of her "innocence and physical vulnerability".
"It worked such a treat that I could tell she was touched," it read.
"It could not have worked better for I felt she sensed my anguish."
Adeyoola was found guilty after jurors studied her writing.

The teenage girl wrote a detailed plan to "lose weight, get a job and kill an elderly woman" has been jailed for a minimum of 20 years after killing a pensioner.
Kemi Adeyoola, 18, stabbed 85-year-old Anne Mendel 14 times at her Golders Green home, in north-west London, during a burglary on March 14, 2005.
Adeyoola, who was 17 at the time of the attack, was today sentenced to life imprisonment.
Following yesterday's verdict, the killer's millionaire father, Bola Adeyoola, said what his daughter did was evil. "She is no longer my daughter. I don't even like her," he said.
Mrs Mendel was discovered by her husband Leonard, 81, lying under a pile of coats in the hallway of their home after returning from an hour-long trip to buy tickets to Israel.
Adeyoola, from Camden, in north London, wrote a manual while in custody for shoplifting about her plans to murder an elderly woman.
The blueprint for murder, found at Bullwood Hall Young Offender Institution, detailed how she would lose weight, get a two-bedroom flat, buy bogus GCSEs and A-Level certificates over the internet, get a job and make £3 million.
It also listed how she would get guns and knives and attack a defenceless elderly victim, dismember the body and sell the house.
When asked by police about the 18 pages of handwritten notes - which included recommendations on getting hold of drugs to cause memory loss, to paralyse, knock unconscious and make people tell the truth Adeyoola said they were a draft for a crime thriller.
"With your butcher's knife, remove her head," she wrote. "Wrap it in film to contain bleeding, detach each limb one by one. When you have completed the task, put head and body pieces in black bag." She then plotted to dump the body in bins the day before being collected.
DCI Steve Morris said: "This was a premeditated murder which shows an unusual level of violence in a girl so young.
"Not only did Adeyoola plan and carry out the murder of a defenceless old lady but went to extraordinary lengths to try to conceal her crime with the full compliance of a 16-year-old girl.
A statement from Mrs Mendel's family said: " The unjust end she met having so much taken away in such an undeserving manner left us in total shock.
"Although nothing can bring Mrs Mendel back to us we sincerely hope that no-one else will have to endure such a terrible experience."
Adeyoola was charged two months after the attack after her DNA was found on Mrs Mendel's hand.
Explaining how her DNA was found on Mrs Mendel, Adeyoola, said she had helped the old woman, a former neighbour, cross the road the day before she was killed.

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