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Stuntman is accused of strangling his French filmmaker "after she murdered her after watching porn," the court hears


Kirill Belorusov, 32, is said to have throttled French filmmaker Laureline Garcia-Bertaux

A stuntman accused of strangling his ex-girlfriend of the French filmmaker was watching porn after burying her bare body in a shallow grave.

Kirill Belorusov, 32, throttled Laureline Garcia-Bertaux, 34, before tying her feet and hands behind her back. Old Bailey heard him wrap her body in garbage bags and bury it under a thin layer of earth in the garden of her apartment in Kew, southwest London.

He lived at her home in March this year while Ms. Garcia-Bertaux's friends were desperately looking for her.

On March 3, Belorusov, the son of an Estonian policeman, used Ms. Garcia-Bertaux's internet provider to access material on PornHub and texted her friends over her phone over the phone, the jury heard.

Oliver Glasgow, QC, Prosecutor, said: “Shortly before 4:00 pm that afternoon, he went online and started looking at online casinos. At 4:00 p.m. he watched pornography.

'Via the Internet … for 11 minutes to watch various porn films on the PornHub website.

On March 3, Belorusov, the son of an Estonian policeman, used Ms. Garcia-Bertaux's internet provider to access material on PornHub and texted her friends over her phone over the phone, as the jury heard (Photo: Belorusov and Ms. Garcia- Bertaux).

"A few hours later, at 6 p.m., Iain Richards and Beth Penman received further messages from Ms. Garcia-Bertaux & Handy describing that she had met someone while shopping."

Mr Glasgow argued that Belorusov tried to imitate Ms. Garcia-Bertaux on the cell phone and even referred to her "babies" who were the two dogs that she owned.

One of the messages reads: "Bought some clothes and two pairs of shoes * And I can't stop.

"And I met an interesting guy. Maybe I'll go have a coffee with him later, take my babies with me so I can't really stay two long.

While weaving this story, Belorusov spoke to his second girlfriend, who lives in Kilburn, north London, according to prosecutors.

He said to her: "And I will never stop seeing you as the most beautiful and valuable woman in my life."

The old Bailey judges heard that Belorusov's friends from Ms. Garcia-Bertaux (pictured) were so successful that he helped her. They texted him and thanked him

She replied, "You are the best friend."

The Estonian added: "I don't think it is me. I'm twisted * even in a romantic way it's wrong * I mean I would kill for you and lie for you * I would do pretty much anything for you."

The old Bailey jurors heard that Belorusov's friends of Ms. Garcia-Bertaux were so successful that he helped her send him an SMS and thank him.

The Glasgow prosecutor said, "Beth Penman, who must have believed that he helped Ms. Garcia-Bertaux find and move into a new home, told him that he" did her and everyone good "."

Mr Glasgow argued that Belorusov tried to imitate Ms. Garcia-Bertaux on the cell phone and even referred to her "babies" who were the two dogs that she owned

Mr Glasgow argued that Belorusov tried to imitate Ms. Garcia-Bertaux on the cell phone and even referred to her "babies" who were the two dogs that she owned

According to Mr. Glasgow, her phone never left the Kew address where her body was found under a thin layer of flower beds in her garden on March 6th.

However, messages from her phone say that she had been shopping on Oxford Street all day and was about to meet with a veterinarian on Carnaby Street.

When Ms. Penman asked Ms. Garcia-Bertaux to send photos of what she had bought, as was usually the case, no pictures were received and suspicions increased.

Her brother, Florent Schiano, received a message from Belorusov via WhatsApp that said, "Take care of your sister. Don't let them do botox or anything stupid. "

The court heard that Belorusov's DNA was found on the ligature tied around Ms. Garcia-Bertaux’s neck.

Belorusov, who has no fixed address, denies murder.

The process continues.

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