Ex-husband, Alex Kwong, seen as prime suspect as model, Abby Choi's head is found in soup pot and legs found in refrigerator after being murdered KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Sunday, February 26, 2023

Ex-husband, Alex Kwong, seen as prime suspect as model, Abby Choi's head is found in soup pot and legs found in refrigerator after being murdered

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Ex-husband, Alex Kwong, seen as prime suspect as model, Abby Choi's head is found in soup pot and legs found in refrigerator after being murdered.

Police in Hong Kong say they have arrested the ex-husband of model and influencer Abby Choi, following the discovery of parts of her dismembered body at a rental unit in the north of the city.

Choi, 28, was reported missing on Wednesday, and pieces of her body were found on Friday along with a meat slicer, an electric saw, and some clothing at the unit in the Tai Po district on Friday afternoon, according to police.

Police superintendent Alan Chung said at a press conference on Saturday that the model's ex-husband had been arrested while trying to flee at a pier in Tung Chung, on one of the city's outlying islands, Lantau, and taken into custody.

Mr Chung said the authorities believe Ms Choi had financial disputes involving tens of millions of Hong Kong dollars - with HK$1m the equivalent of about £107,000.

The police superintendent said Ms Choi's ex-husband, his family and "some people" were believed to be unhappy with how the model handled her financial assets.

Ms Choi shared a glamorous life of photo shoots and fashion shows with more than 100,000 followers on social media.

Her last post was a week ago, featuring a photoshoot she had done with a fashion publication, L'Officiel Monaco.

A woman police believe to be the mistress of her father-in-law has also been arrested over allegedly assisting the other suspects.

As a model, Choi had enjoyed international exposure and was photographed at the Elie Saab Spring Summer 2023 Haute Couture show in Paris, France, as recently as last month. She also recently appeared as the digital cover model for the luxury magazine L'Officiel Monaco and attended this year's Paris Fashion Week.

Choi, who was also known as a social media influencer, has nearly 100,000 followers on her Instagram account, which features photographs of her posing with various luxury brands in locations from London to Paris and Shanghai and aboard yachts in Hong Kong. In her bio she writes that she's "embracing every moment in life."

Choi leaves behind a son and a daughter from her ex-husband, and they will be placed in the care of the model's mother, police added.

In an update on Sunday, Mr Chung said a young woman's skull, believed to be Ms Choi's, had been found in one of a number of cooking pots they had seized.

"There's a hole on the right side rear on the skull, so the pathologist believes that that should be the fatal attack on the victim," the officer said.

According to police, a meat slicer and electric saw were found at the scene, along with several ribs, hair, and human tissue.

Forensic pathologists discovered a small number of human bones in another cooking pot, Mr Chung added. Police also found the model and social media influencer’s identity card and credit cards in the ground floor flat, part of a three-storey house in Tai Po, a surburban part of Hong Kong not far from the border with mainland China.

“Tools that are used to dismember human bodies were found in the flat, including meat grinders, chainsaws, long raincoats, gloves, and masks,” Superintendent Alan Chung said on Saturday.

The house had been rented by Ms Choi’s former father-in-law a few weeks earlier, according to Mr Chung.

Ms Choi, 28, had been involved in financial disputes with her ex-husband and his family, the superintendent said. The way she handled her financial assets made “some people” unhappy, he added.  

Her two children with Mr Kwong are reportedly being cared for by her mother.

Ms Choi appeared on the front cover of a Monaco fashion magazine this month. She had also appeared in publications including Elle, Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar and was a regular at Paris Fashion Week. Her Instagram page, with more than 100,000 followers, has been filled with messages of condolence.

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