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A man who murdered a single mother he met on a dating website has been jailed for life. Miles Donnelly admitted strangling Usha Patel, 44, at the home she shared with her five-year-old son in Cricklewood, north-west London, in October The year-old, from Paddington, then fled to a west London house where Secret princes are they still dating attacked another woman when she refused his advances.
At the Old Bailey he was told he would serve a minimum of 23 years. The court heard he and Ms Patel had met on the dating site seven months before she invited him back to her home on 7 October.
After putting her son to bed, the pair stripped naked and Donnelly attacked her in a "drunken rage". Ms Patel was found on Rooms for rent lexington sofa the following morning by her father who was due to to take her son to school.
When he arrived at the flat, the little boy told his grandfather: "Mummy's not well". The single mother had been stabbed 13 times with a large bread knife, punched in the head several times, and strangled. The prosecution said the five-year-old still has nightmares and keeps asking his family when his mother will return.
The Old Bailey heard that after the killing, Donnelly hid from police at the home of Rosie Ferrigno, 43, abandoning his underpants, socks, T-shirt, hoodie and keys in Benefits of group sex Patel's flat. He spent 36 hours in the property and while there, told Ms Ferrigno he was sexually frustrated and made advances towards her.
When she refused, he hit her on the back of the head with a stool that had a nail sticking out of it. On 11 October, Donnelly telephoned the police and told them where he was, ending a Want to spark some fun with someone sweet for him. Prosecutor Simon Denison QC told the court the pair had swapped texts saying "I love you" on the day of the murder. But he said Donnelly would have known he was a "ificant and serious danger to women" who was "driven by compulsions to drink, take cocaine and have sex".
She said the case was "a stark warning to anyone who plans to meet anyone after limited internet contact" and warned people not to invite a stranger into their home.
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The judge called Ms Patel "an extremely vulnerable woman" who was "clearly anxious to meet a new partner". Donnelly was also given an month sentence for the assault on Ms Ferrigno to run concurrently with the life term.
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