Skegness man jailed for life after murdering mum-of-two

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A Skegness man who murdered a Romanian sex worker after luring her to his home has been jailed for life.

Casey Scott, 29, strangled and stabbed Lenuta Haidemac, 28, after requesting her to attend his home in Drummond Road, Skegness.

Casey Scott, 29, is accused of killing Lenuta Ioana Haidemac, whose body was found in a flat on Drummond Road, Skegness, on Friday July 22.

The mother-of-two was found dead on the bathroom floor of Scott’s flat after the alarm was raised when she failed to return from the appointment.

Ms Haidemac had been living in Boston with her partner and their two children after moving to the UK in 2015.

Scott, of Drummond Road, Skegness, had pleaded guilty to Ms Haidemac’s murder on July 20, 2016, at a hearing earlier this month.

Passing a life sentence at Lincoln Crown Court on the morning of Tuesday, January 24, Judge Michael Heath told Scott he killed Miss Haidemac in a “brutal” manner.

The judge ordered Scott to serve a minimum of 19 years imprisonment before he can be considered for parole.