The autopsy report on Abby Choi has been released and people are interested in the case. Choi’s murder has been charged against four people.
Abby Choi a model was reported missing on Tuesday and it has been reported that the Hong Kong Police have charged four individuals for her brutal murder. Her ex-husband his parents and his brother were all arrested in connection with the murder. Police believe it was a premeditated murder.
Just three days before her disappearance the model was featured on the digital cover of L’Officiel Monaco fashion magazine. Continue reading to learn the most recent developments in the murder of model Abby.
Abby Choi Autopsy Report
According to the autopsy report, Choi suffered a significant injury to her skull behind her right ear possibly caused by a hard object.
When the police arrived on the scene they discovered two pots of soup one filled with a mixture of human flesh green radishes and carrots and covered in thick fat.
According to Chung’s statement to the NY Post, the suspects used a sail to cover the apartment walls and wore face shields and raincoats while dismembering the body to avoid detection.
According to how police described the scene where they discovered some of the victim’s body parts it was a planned murder. The investigation is still ongoing; police were working to learn more about the case and the suspect.
Hopefully, more information regarding the case will get updated and the murderer will be punished.
Abby Choi’s Head Found On Soup Pot And Legs In Fridge
Choi’s head was discovered in a soup pot according to the Times of London. Following some investigation, it was discovered that the murderer had boiled her head until it had turned into a skull.
Prior to discovering the model’s skull the police department stated that three days after the missing reports they discovered two female legs in a refrigerator as well as two cooking pots containing human tissue.
They also discovered a meat slicer and an electric saw near the scene. The remainder of the body has yet to be discovered.
The police department has been searching for evidence in the North East New Territories Landfill in Ta Kwu Ling Hong Kong.
Superintendent Alan Chung who has been working on the model’s murder case told the press that on February 22 the suspects threw away multiple bags containing critical evidence.
They suspect that the bags contain human body parts the victim’s clothing and phone or the weapons used in the crime.
The four charged family members will appear in court again on May 8. Bail was denied for the member because they are suspected of plotting murder.
The accused man according to police committed the crime because the victim Choi was planning to sell a high-end property in Ho Man Tin’s Kadoorie Hill neighborhood.
Choi had purchased the property but registered it in the name of her ex-father-in-law husband a week before her murder. The model and her ex-husband split up due to financial issues.