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Ex-Husband and Relatives Charged with Murder of Hong Kong Model Abby Choi as Body Parts Found

Ex-Husband and Relatives Charged with Murder of Hong Kong Model Abby Choi as Body Parts Found

RTHK reported that four family members charged in connection with the gruesome murder of Hong Kong model Abby Choi appeared in court on Monday after police discovered what they believe to be dismembered body parts.

Alex Kwong, 28, his brother Anthony, 31, and their father, Kwong Kau, 65, are accused of murdering Choi. Jenny Li, the mother of Alex Kwong, has been charged with perverting the course of justice, according to RTHK.

According to RTHK, the Kowloon City Magistrates’ Court denied bail to all four defendants on Monday. They have not yet submitted a plea.

According to police, on Sunday, investigators discovered a skull, several ribs, and hair, believed to be Choi’s remains, in a large soup pot made of stainless steel. The missing body parts of Choi include his torso and hands.

It follows a police investigation that began on Wednesday, when Choi, 28, went missing. Police reported that two days later, body parts were discovered in a house in the Tai Po district of the city. The home also contained a meat slicer, an electric saw, and some clothing, according to the police.

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Saturday, Choi’s ex-husband was arrested at a ferry terminal on one of the city’s outer islands, according to police. On Friday, his brother and parents were arrested.

A fifth suspect, a 47-year-old woman, was arrested in connection with the case on Sunday, according to police.

Choi, a model and social media influencer with over 100,000 Instagram followers, was recently featured as the digital cover model for the luxury magazine L’Officiel Monaco and attended Paris Fashion Week this year.

Thousands of condolences were posted on Choi’s social media accounts over the weekend as grisly details of the investigation dominated headlines in local media outlets.

According to RTHK, the court adjourned the case until May 8 to allow for additional police investigation.

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