£2k an evening escort could have been pushed by rich consumer to her dying from eighth flooring of lodge, household recommend
A TOP escort could have been driven to death by a wealthy customer from the balcony of a hotel, her family claims.
Angela Williams, 42, was a call girl who made £ 2,000 a night and specializes in fetishes with married men, some of them on the Forbes list.
Escort Angela Williams may have been driven to her death from a hotel balcony by a wealthy client, her family claimPhoto credit: Dan Charity / The Sun.
The 42-year-old call girl earned £ 2,000 a night and specialized in fetishesPhoto credit: Dan Charity / The Sun.
As an Estelle, she worked for the premier agency Maxes Angels until she was arrested for money laundering last August.
An investigation found that she had committed suicide last December when she fell from the eighth floor at The Standard Hotel in King’s Cross, London, for £ 900 a night.
But her mother, Tina Bradley, 67, claimed after the hearing on Wednesday: “A lot of her clients were very wealthy, so we thought she was arrested because someone wanted something silent. Is she a target?
“I think you thought she was going to blurt it all out?
“This was the case with most of their clients, they were married men and they didn’t want their wives to know what they were doing.”
Angela fell from the eighth floor of The Standard Hotel in King’s Cross, London, last DecemberCredit: Alamy
Angela’s mother, sister and son pose with a photo of herPhoto credit: Dan Charity / The Sun.
Talking to Angela’s son Bailey Wiles and her sister Frances Tina Williams, she added, “Could anyone have been there when she died and fled?”
Tina, of Boston, Lincs, believes the police have not fully completed the investigation and is considering contacting the Independent Police Complaints Commission.
St. Pancras Coroner’s Court heard that Angela, mother of two, was left in a pool of blood on the floor for nearly 15 minutes while members of the public walked past her on the street.
PC Conor O’Kelly said CCTV was the “overwhelming form of evidence” used in the investigation.
The footage showed Angela on the balcony, making a “quick move” before she fell down.
Officers found two cell phones, an empty wine bottle, and other personal items in their hotel room along with their two dachshund dogs.
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But when the family was picking up their belongings at the hotel, a staff member gave them a suitcase with £ 5,000 in cash that was addressed to HMRC.
Tina added, “There are a number of suspicions about her death.”
But chief medical examiner Mary Hassell said, “I believe there is no other verdict I can return than that of suicide.”
The footage showed Angela on the balcony making a ‘quick move’ before falling offPhoto credit: Dan Charity / The Sun.
Angela’s family believe the police have not fully completed the investigationPhoto credit: Dan Charity / The Sun.