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Later that year she was linked to future husband Braith Anasta for the first time.The pair appeared at the 2010 Dally M Awards looking every inch the power couple with Jodi showing off her evolved sense of style in a chic black gown.She attended the ceremony in a sweeping white gown and wore her hair off her face Moving on up: As her acting career continued, Jodi's style became increasingly sophisticated.Above she is seen in 2009 some months before being involved in a bizarre raid at the home of Mark James Judge The pair had been together for two years when, in June 2009, she was found cowering in an apartment with Mark James Judge after reportedly calling the police with claims the property was being encircled by a gunman.The notorious murderer is currently serving life without the chance of parole for shooting and stabbing her boyfriend Travis Alexander to death in what prosecutors said was a jealous rage because he wanted to break off their relationship.
Pictured left in 2006 and right in February this year A taste for success: In 2006, a year after joining the soap, Jodi was nominated at the Logie Awards for Most Popular Actress.
It’s such a delicate situation.” Beryl Evans, pregnant with an unwanted second child, had been persuaded by Christie’s mendacious boasts of having trained as a doctor to allow him to perform an abortion on her, at a time when such an operation was illegal.
He subsequently raped and strangled (or possibly the other way round) Beryl, disposing of her body in the garden shed – the garden itself being otherwise occupied by earlier victims.
, an upcoming movie about the pre-stardom life of the “Pope of Mope”, Mancunian singer Morrissey, and how Comer enjoys listening to The Smiths, but her words might also be a rebuke to the way casting directors see her as either victim material – or, frankly, a bit of a bitch.a psychologically compelling drama, playing a 26-year-old woman who escapes the cellar in which she has been imprisoned for the past 13 years.
Now she’s playing the victim again, the real-life Beryl Evans in BBC1’s impressive new recreation of the life and crimes of John Christie, the serial killer who murdered at least eight women, including his wife, in the 1940s and early 1950s in Notting Hill.