According to the guy accused of killing his wife while they were on their honeymoon in Fiji, “never had any physical confrontations” occurred between them.
Bradley spoke to ABC News while in custody. Robert Dawson, 38, of Memphis, Tennessee, denied allegations that he killed his wife Christe Chen Dawson, 36, by beating her to death when the couple was vacationing at a posh resort.
In an interview with the media outlet on Tuesday, Mr. Dawson claimed that on July 8—the day Ms Chen, according to the police—died—he left the island where they were vacationing and paddled to another adjacent isle. According to law authorities, several blunt trauma wounds to the head were the cause of death.
They were both intoxicated when they got into a fight, according to Mr. Dawson, who has been charged with murder.
“All I wanted to do was give her some room. I usually went for walks,” Mr. Dawson told ABC News.
The following day, a staff member at Turtle Island Resort, which only accommodates 14 couples at a time, discovered Ms Chen’s body.
There were scenes for the 1980 movie The Blue Lagoon.
In two days, Mr. Dawson was taken into custody. He claimed that he was not informed of his wife’s passing. According to an ABC article, Mr. Dawson allegedly confessed to the murder but stopped cooperating with police after hiring a lawyer.
According to ABC, a police report claims that another Turtle Island vacationer thought the couple appeared to be having a good time the night the alleged incident took place.
The guest continued, saying that she later heard “heavy banging sounds” coming from their room.
It appeared as though someone inside was inebriated and losing control. After then, there was complete silence, she told police enforcement, followed by a loud scream and a loud bang, according to the report.
According to ABC, a resort employee claimed that they had gotten a complaint about the noise coming from the couple’s hotel, but the resort didn’t inspect the room until the next day after they failed to show up for dinner.
The resort informed the source that “we cooperated with the authorities during the inquiry and the cops left the island over a week ago.” “According to our understanding, the matter has been charged. Our crew and visitors are valued members of our family, and their safety and well-being are our top priorities. We are deeply disturbed by the incident. We will never stop sending Ms. Chen’s family, friends, and coworkers our sympathies. Please send any additional questions to the authorities due to the need to protect our visitors’ privacy and the current legal investigation.
The 38-year-old IT specialist who is currently incarcerated on murder charges told ABC that he “prays every day” for Ms. Chen and described her as “my everything.”
“All I can say is that I am truly sorry for what we are all going through right now. I lost my wife, and we were meant to have fantastic holidays,” he told the station.
“It hurts only to realize that she is no longer with us. I constantly have her on my mind, he continued. “Our lives was meant to be fantastic,”
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