Jilted lover found guilty of murder of care home manager Debbie Levey

Jilted lover found guilty of murder of care home manager Debbie Levey

Jilted lover found guilty of murder of care home manager Debbie Levey

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A jilted lover who smothered his former girlfriend has been found guilty of murder.

Phillip Brown, from Selsey, killed Deborah Levey at her home in Cherry Tree Cottage in East Ashling, near Chichester, on January 28, 2013.

The 44-year-old was found with love bites on her neck and her mobile phone in a nearby goldfish tank.

A jury at Lewes Crown Court heard the pair had endured a turbulent on-off relationship prior to the killing.

Brown will be sentenced at Lewes Crown Court on Monday (February 3).


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