A CONTROLLING killer repeatedly stabbed his gamer girlfriend in the neck after eavesdropping on her conversations.
Jealous Amadeusz Sekula, 21, brutally murdered his partner Klaudia Soltys, 30, in a “savage, ferocious and frenzied” attack at their Hull apartment.
The 21-year-old has been jailed for life for killing Soltys after hacking her Facebook account and even locking her in her flat.
Back in March, the victim who “loved life” and was “always smiley”, was repeatedly stabbed by her jealous boyfriend after he discovered her online chats with other gamers, Hull Live reports.
Hull Crown Court heard that Sekula would regularly monitor her online activity, eavesdrop on her conversations and even lock her in her flat before the horrifying attack.
After stabbing his victim Sekula went on a walk leaving her in a pool of blood in their living room.
A few hours later he knocked on the door of a woman in Bransholme, who alerted the police.
He pleaded guilty to the offence after already earlier admitting the lesser charge of manslaughter.
He is set to spend at least 16 years and 277 days behind bars before he’s eligible for parole.
Jason Pitter QC, prosecuting, said that Sekula “brutally murdered” Miss Soltys in a “final controlling act in the embers of a dying relationship” with her.
“There was never any dispute as to whether he was responsible for the killing,” he said.
Sekula and Soltys were both born in Poland and met after the 30-year-old moved to the UK with her ex-boyfriend in 2014.
Their relationship started last summer after meeting through an online game.
The couple lived together and both worked at a business in Bridlington.
Soltys had told others she was unhappy in her relationship and had previously told her mother “she didn’t feel safe,” the court heard.
Defence barrister Peter Moulson QC said that Sekula, who has no other convictions pleaded guilty and deeply regretted his actions.
Judge John Thackray QC told Sekula: “You repeatedly stabbed Klaudia to the neck in her own home, a place where she was entitled to feel safe and secure.
“Your attack on her was undoubtedly savage, ferocious and frenzied.
“There were a minimum of six deep wounds to the neck, one of which transected her voice box.
“It was, without doubt, a final controlling act by you, motivated by jealousy.”