Haunting Images have been released capturing the final moments of an Australian sex worker who was strangled to death by a student.
Kimberley McRae, 69, was found dead after Hector Enrique Valencia, 23, strangled her to death after learning she was transgender.
Valencia pleaded guilty of manslaughter after admitting to punching and placing a lamp cord around Ms McRae’s neck, until she stopped moving.
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Now the last images of Ms McRae have been released, showing her movements just a day before the booked session with Valencia.
Ms McRae, who is a well known personality in the area of Coogee, New South Wales, was seen on CCTV at a post office arranging for a book to be sent to a friend.
This was the last time she would be seen before her decomposing body was found in her apartment, according to news.com.au.
Valencia had enquired about Ms McRae’s services after spotting an advert online, which she described herself as a “38-year-old blonde Australian busty MILF with G-Cup breasts”.
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The business student, originally from Columbia, texted her for “oral sex” and asked to “touch her down there?”.
New South Wales Supreme Court heard Valencia was “suspicious” of Ms McRae’s gender and raised his voice during the session on January 8, 2020.
Following Valencia’s change in tone, Ms McRae admitted she was transgender, causing the student to become angry and strike the sex worker.
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The attack resulted in an altercation that saw Ms McRae try to defend herself with a lamp, striking Valencia in the shoulder.
Valencia said he was “scared” he would be choked by her so took the lamp cord and pressed it down on her neck.
He admitted he “properly” watched Ms McRae die.
Regarding his anger during the situation, Valencia’s testimony added that a sexual encounter with a transgender woman was against his religious beliefs.
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Valencia left Ms McRae for dead as he attempted to leave Australia and fly back to Columbia.
He sold a scooter and used his landlords’ stolen credit card to buy a flight back to Colombia but he missed the flight on January 10.
The following day he took a one-way ticket to his home country on a multi-stop flight to Bogota.
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Before he fled, he confessed to a friend about his actions and said “I threw my life away”.
Valencia was extradited back to Sydney in November of 2020.
The trial over Ms McRae’s death was heard this month but Valencia was found not guilty of murder.
He pleaded guilty to manslaughter and will be sentenced at a later date.
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