On April 1, Levi Westhead (18 years old, from the town of Blackpool, county Lancashire, England) had to receive a life sentence for murder last year.
Accordingly, Levi has a love relationship with a 15-year-old female student. However, the girl’s mother informed the police because her daughter was assaulted by her boyfriend. Levi later received a warning not to approach her again.
After this incident, Levi attacked the teenage girl with text messages begging her to talk to him and even telling her to kill herself. He was always waiting outside her part-time job to find ways to approach but she was ignored.
Too angry, Levi aggressively went to his lover’s house on March 24, 2021, he brought a knife to threaten to ask to see his girlfriend. The girl’s father stood up to prevent it, seeing that the young man used a knife to attack, causing the 50-year-old man to die on the spot. The police then had to use all their strength to pin Levi to the ground and handcuff the killer.
The messages Levi sent to his grandmother after the crime were also released by the police. Young man wrote: “Grandma, I love you. I’m sorry. I was angry. Answer it. See the call.” Then repeatedly repeat the call “Paternal grandmother”.
Although he committed the murder, he showed no remorse and tried to find a way to protest right in the trial.
The 15-year-old schoolgirl – Levi’s ex-girlfriend was heavily haunted after the death of her father. The girl said: “I can’t believe my dad’s life was taken in this horrible situation. My dad was killed by Levi, someone I dated.
He kept attacking me and spamming me telling me to kill myself. Me and my dad used to have a great time. Every weekend, we used to go to prom and Dad was very friendly with my friends. I used to tell my dad that when I had a lot of money, I would buy him his dream car and take him to a special place. Now, every time I see someone who looks like Levi, my body freezes. I had a terrible nightmare. Life after that will forever change.”
Finally, the criminal was sentenced to life in prison, a minimum of 17 years in prison to be eligible for parole.
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