Husband of £5.5m lottery winner pleads guilty to trying to murder her at family home

Husband of £5.5m lottery winner pleads guilty to trying to murder her at family home



45-year-old Stephen Gibbs, husband of 49-year-old Emma Brown, a lottery winner who scooped £5.5 million has pleaded guilty to trying to murder her at their family home.



Emma Brown who married Gibbs after he was released from prison for a copycat knife attack in another jealous rage with another former lover, was said to have been found with injuries to her face, stomach and arms at the property in Barry, South Wales, at around 10pm on January 30.



The couple have been together for 11 years and had enjoyed sunshine holidays in Spain and Portugal until he attacked her with a knife, after one of them accused the other of being unfaithful in a boozy row.



Friends and neighbours said they saw her being carried on a stretcher into an ambulance after the incident.



A resident of the area said;




"The place was swarming with cops and paramedics.

“I counted 14 vehicles outside the property - and all hell was breaking loose.”







She required surgery following the alleged knife attack at her plush home in Lakeside, Barry, South Wales, and police arrived at around 10pm on Saturday, January 30.Latest Post
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