Woman, 24, who vanished after Tinder date found cut up into 14 pieces

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 09 July 2019, 03:18 PM
Woman who vanished after Tinder date found cut up into 14 pieces (Photo: Representational image)
Woman who vanished after Tinder date found cut up into 14 pieces (Photo: Representational image)

A 24-year-old Nebraska woman who went missing after her Tinder date has been found cut up into 14 pieces, a court heard. In yet another horrible instance of online dating gone wrong, the young woman is now believed to have reportedly killed during "rough sex" after a Tinder date.  According to Daily Mail, parents of Sydney Loofe became worried after she failed to show up following his Tinder date. More than one month later, Loofe’s dismembered body was found cut up and stuffed into garbage bags, dumped in a field in Omaha, Nebraska near Edgar, south-west of Omaha in December 2017.

Daily Mail now reports that Aubrey Trail, 52, and his girlfriend Bailey Boswell, 25, are both charged with first-degree murder in Sydney’s death during Trail’s murder trial on Monday (July 8).

Reports also add that Loofe's body showed signs she had struggled prior to her death. Dr Michelle Elieff, a forensic pathologist, said she found Loofe's earlobe was torn and she had bruising on her wrists, the back of her head and on her inner thighs.

Sydney reportedly met Boswell on Tinder before going on a date in November 2017, with the two planning a second one for one night later.

The last time anyone heard from Sydney was on the night of the second date, November 15 where she wrote ‘Ready for my date’ on her Snapchat.

Boswell’s defence lawyer has however argued that Sydney’s injuries are a result of "rough, consensual sex" which the 24-year-old participated for a film called ‘Trail’ that involved 'sexual asphyxiation’, further adding that she needed money at the time and she agreed to participate in exchange for payment.

Prosecutors say Trail and Boswell planned Loofe's abduction and brutal killing and three women is also reported to have testified at the trial who claim that they said they were all lured via Boswell's Tinder account between July and November, 2017. 

They described how Trail made them call him "daddy" and how they engaged in group sex with him, Boswell and other women. One woman also alleges that Trail and Boswell had a killing bag - which they called "Bailey's killing bag" - that included a sauna suit, hammer and pliers.

First Published: Tuesday, July 09, 2019 03:12 PM
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