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Heartbreaking, 19-year-old teenage sister ‘stabbed to death’ moves to UK to be with boyfriend online and swears ‘we’ll get justice’

The heartbroken sister of a teenager who flew to the UK to visit a boyfriend she met online vowed to get justice after her sibling was stabbed to death.

Ashley Wadsworth, 19 years old, Canadian, is was found dead at an apartment complex in Chelmsford, Essexaround 4 p.m. Tuesday after worried neighbors called the police.

Ashley Wadsworth, 19, and boyfriend Jack Sepple, 23

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Ashley Wadsworth, 19, and boyfriend Jack Sepple, 23
Her sister, Hailey Wadsworth, swore to get justice for her siblings

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Her sister, Hailey Wadsworth, swore to get justice for her siblingsCredit: Facebook

It is understood the tragic teenager from the small city of Vernon, Canada, has traveled to the UK in recent weeks to visit her boyfriend Jack Sepple.

The 23-year-old was arrested on suspicion of murder and was searched by police last night.

Now, Ashley’s heartbroken sister, Hailey Wadsworth, has vowed to get justice for her sister.

She wrote on Facebook: “My poor sister, we will get baby girl justice. I love you so much I miss you everyday your older son loves you.”

During her trip, Ashley shared dozens of fun photos on Facebook documenting day trips with Jack to tourist attractions.

Ashley shared favorite selfies with Jack captioned “my best friend” and “Jack and me”.

In photos shared on January 11, the couple is arm-in-arm near Buckingham Palace and Big Ben in London.

Other images shared by Jack’s mother on January 18 show Ashley traveling with her family to the historic town of Rye in East Sussex.

A friend described her visit as “the trip of a lifetime”.

Police confirmed they were not looking for anyone else in connection with Ashley’s death.

Police stormed a property in Chelmsford on Tuesday night after receiving reports of a disturbance in the home.

Paramedics tried to revive Ashley but she sadly passed away at the scene.

On Wednesday, Ashley’s friends posted tributes on Facebook for the boy.

Larissa Kontos, a friend of Ashley’s sister, described the boy as a “beautiful loving soul”.

Larissa wrote on Facebook: “She got a ticket for this Thursday to go home to the people who love her.

“You will never be forgotten my femininity. And I will miss you so much!”

Ashley’s aunt, Rosie Turcotte, wrote on Facebook: “I’m so angry, sad and mad.

“Now I want to say a lot, but I always say if you don’t have anything good to say, don’t say anything.

“Another special Angel passed away too soon.”

DCI Scott Egerton from Essex Police said: “I am aware that incidents like this will shock and appall the community, but our initial inquiries indicate this is an isolated incident and not There is no greater risk to the community.

“At the moment, we are not looking for anyone else.

“We have a dedicated team of officers working around the clock to identify the circumstances in which a woman lost her life.

“The investigation is progressing well, but we will remain at the scene for a few more days while we continue to gather evidence and establish the facts.

“You can see officers in the area doing reassurance patrols and I would encourage anyone with information that could help our investigation to reach out and let them know. what you know.

“They’re there to listen to your concerns.”

A 23-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder after her death

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A 23-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder after her death
Ashley shares lovely photos with Jack

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Ashley shares lovely photos with Jack
Ashley was found dead at an apartment complex in Chelmsford

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Ashley was found dead at an apartment complex in ChelmsfordCredit: ROB WELHAM / McLELLAN

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Bobby Allyn

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