Life term sought for writer who ‘acted out murder plot’

IMG class=hide alt=”Life term sought for writer who ‘acted out murder plot'” src=”” (ANSA) – Turin, March 18 – An Italian prosecutor on Tuesday sought a life term for an aspiring writer from Turin accused of murdering a prostitute according to the plot of one of his short stories. PDaniel Ughetto Piampaschet, 36, is accused of murdering Nigerian prostitute and ex-girlfriend Anthonia Egbuna, 20, and dumping her body in the Po river in November 2011./PPThe corpse was found in an advanced state of decay in summer 2012 and an autopsy found she had suffered multiple stab wounds./PPPolice became suspicious when they found Piampaschet’s manuscript for a short story that echoes the circumstances of Egbuna’s death./PPThey think that Piampaschet became obsessively jealous of her clients./PPPolice say mobile phone records show Piampaschet called Egbuna approximately 1,600 times – the last on the day they think she was murdered./PPItalian media have been quick to draw comparisons to the Hollywood movie Basic Instinct, in which actor Sharon Stone’s character describes an ice-pick murder in a novel which is then committed in real life, making her the prime suspect./PPPiampaschet denies the charges and says Egbuna was killed by her Nigerian pimps after trying to escape sex work./P
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