A 18 year-old Scottish man is now facing murder charges for stabbing his 22-year-old girlfriend 30 times after they had an argument about him not wanting to make garlic bread.

A TEENAGER in Scotland admitted today to stabbing his girlfriend to death because she had been “moaning at him” over his failure to make garlic bread for their dinner.

James Ellis, 18, stabbed Alami Gotip more than 30 times on May 25 as the woman’s two young children, to a different father, lay asleep upstairs.

The body of 22-year-old Gotip was later found in the living room of the home in Livingston, West Lothian, Sky News said.

Immediately after the murder, Ellis was seen standing in the front garden covered in blood and holding two knives.

He told police he thought his relationship with Ms Gotip was finishing and he could not imagine her with anyone else.

Detective Inspector Phil Gachagan, of Lothian and Border Police, said, “The brutal violence Alami Gotip was subjected to prior to her death is testament to the violent and remorseless character of James Ellis.”

Ellis, who pleaded guilty to murder at the High Court in Edinburgh, is due to be sentenced on October 5.


We hope this guy rots in his hell for committing such a senseless crime!

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