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A builder Terence Papworth was found hanged in prison a few days before his trial for murdering his “beautiful and kind” girlfriend Amy-Leanne Stringfellow.
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Terence Papworth, 45, has been charged with the murder of child Amy-Leanne Stringfellow’s mother during lockdown.
The 26-year-old former soldier was found severely injured with her lover in Doncaster on June 5th.
Unfortunately, she could not be saved and was pronounced dead at the scene.
The Sun Online can reveal that Papworth was found dead in his cell at HMP Leeds yesterday.
He had recently videolinked at a court case management hearing and was due to be available on November 30th.
The Justice Department said: “Terence Papworth died on November 22nd in HMP Leeds.
“Prison and Probation Ombudsman has been notified.”
Papworth and Amy, who have a young daughter, had been in a relationship since last October but never moved in together.
She had traveled the four miles from her Doncaster home to see Papworth during the lockdown.
After her death, South Yorkshire Police referred to the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) after prior contact with Amy.
Private Amy joined the Army in 2010 and completed assignments with the 3rd Rifle Battalion in Edinburgh and Chilwell.
As part of Operation Herrick 16, she also completed a business trip to Afghanistan in 2012.
Amy had been promoted to Lance Corporal but was fired before taking the post.
“OUR HEARTS ARE BROKEN”
The fitness fan returned in 2017 as a volunteer reservist and also worked as a personal trainer.
Honors poured in from broken hearted loved ones after his tragic death.
Her devastated mother, Jacquie, said her “heart stopped beating” the day her daughter died during an emotional vigil in Amy.
She added, “Amy was loved by thousands, not one or hundreds.
“No other woman while I live in Doncaster will have to go through this again.”
“Amy was a strong character.”
Amy’s family also published a touching tribute to the “beautiful and kind” mother who “inspired so many”.
They said, “Our hearts are broken and will never really be healed.
“We know you will live in your little girl.
“We love you all the pennies in the world.”