Kirsty Maxwell – Updates
Kirsty Maxwell Updates
Kirsty Maxwell’s young life ended tragically when she died in suspicious, unexplained circumstances whilst on holiday in Benidorm , Spain on 29th April 2017.
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7th November – Benidorm death: Two in court over Kirsty Maxwell plunge
Article written by Andy McLauren of the STV-TV News you will also find a video on this link which may help refresh peoples memories of the event.
She died after falling from the tenth floor of the resort’s Apartmentos Payma.
Kirsty Maxwell, from Livingston, West Lothian, died after falling from the tenth floor of the resort’s Apartmentos Payma hotel on April 29, 2017.
The 27-year-old entered a room being used by five men from England before the incident, where she was described as being in a “state of terror”.
Ricky Gammon, 31, Anthony Holehouse, 34, Callum Northridge, 27, and 32-year-old Daniel Bailey appeared at the Palau de Justicia last year, when they denied any involvement in Kirsty’s death.
The lawyer for the men, Roberto Sanchez Martinez, said two of them, who weren’t in the room when Kirsty died, are due to appear in court on Thursday.
He added that they will declare they didn’t see anything in the lead up to Kirsty’s death.
The lawyer also confirmed experts have found no DNA from analysing her nails and hands.
In relation to the DNA tests, Kirsty’s dad, Brian Curry, said: “At this important juncture when we as a family are aware of confidential matters subject to investigation by the court it would be inappropriate for us and our lawyer to comment on what’s being published in newspapers and online.”
The family were desperate to find out what happened to her missing pink T-shirt and denim skirt.
It then emerged Spanish forensic officers destroyed them after her death.
Kirsty’s dad added: “Whilst it’s upsetting for us to read such speculation when we know the court and our lawyer is actively investigating various aspects regarding Kirsty’s death, we continue to maintain our dignity and respect the court processes by avoiding speaking publicly about matters which could be perceived as sensitive potential evidential and process issues.”
2nd November 2018 – KIRSTY MAXWELL’S FAMILY REMAIN DETERMINED AS THEY RETURN TO SPAIN – NEW SOCIAL MEDIA POST
Kirsty Maxwell’s mum Denise and dad Brian returned to Spain to meet their recently appointed Spanish Lawyer Lorena Soler Bernabeu and discuss important issues regarding the suspicious death of their beloved Kirsty
“ It’s so emotional and heart wrenching returning to Spain and terrible that we as a family need to keep pushing for answers and progress, sadly that is what we have to do. We spent yesterday with our lawyer Lorena and Eva Navarro from our review team and are hopeful that things we have been asking to be done will be progressed by The Court.”
“We are determined to keep pushing for progress and asking for answers until we get the truth about what happened to Kirsty”
Spanish Lawyer Lorena Soler Bernabeu said:
“What happened to Kirsty Maxwell is a tragedy and that is why, from our office we will work together with her family to do everything legally possible and ensure a complete clarification of the facts, that will lead us to know the truth about Kirsty’s death.
Yesterday was a difficult day for Brian and Denise, who in addition to having to travel to Spain, have had to spend hours talking about the case and reflecting on unpleasant events. Our legal work will be aimed at helping the parents of Kirsty and husband, Adam with our legal-procedural work being directed to obtain the answers that to date have not been achieved. ”
Photos of Brian and Denise in Spain meeting Lorena and Eva and other information will be uploaded to social media
2nd October – Kirsty Maxwell, death probe judge calls Spanish police to Court
It is not clear if the move is linked to a new development in the judicial investigation – or a bid by Spanish authorities to try to protect themselves against more criticism from Kirsty’s family.
The judge probing the death of Scots holidaymaker Kirsty Maxwell has summoned police involved in the case to court.
Ana Isabel Garcia-Galbis has agreed to quiz the officers at the request of state prosecutors.
It’s immediately clear today if the surprise move is linked to a new development in the judicial investigation – or a bid by Spanish authorities to try to protect themselves against more criticism from Kirsty’s family over their handling of the case and an appeal against any future decision to close the court probe.
Several officers, thought to include the investigator who put together the local force’s report on Kirsty’s April 29 2017 death, and the first police to reach the 10th-floor Benidorm apartment she plunged from, have been called to give evidence next week.
The October 12 hearing, which will take place in private, will be the first time the judge has formally questioned the officers in person.
The state prosecutor will also attend along with the lawyer acting for the five Brits who remain under investigation over Kirsty’s death.
Kirsty’s family will also be given the chance to ask questions through a lawyer if they have one, although they are not thought to have hired a permanent replacement for Luis Miguel Zumaquero who resigned in April.
There was no immediate official response from court officials or police today.
New footage of Kirsty returning to the Payma Apartments in Benidorm’s Little England area shortly before her death were shown as part of BBC documentary Killed Abroad which was screened in Scotland in August.
The 27-year-old hen-do reveller plunged to her death after entering a room where five British men were partying.
News courtesy of the Daily Record.