British men break silence after tragic death of newlywed Kirsty Maxwell who fell from Benidorm balcony on hen do

Four of five men being probed by Spanish police over the death of a newlywed who fell from a balcony have described the incident as a tragic accident. The men denied involvement as they spoke out after appearing in court over Kirsty Maxwells deat111期白小姐看图找生肖 h in Benidorm three months ago. Mrs Maxwell, 27, fell from the 10th floor of an apartment building on April 29 while she was on holiday in the Spanish resort for a hen do. In a statement released on their behalf, the four men expressed sympathy to the womans family and told the Nottingham Post their names have been dragged through the mud. Callum Northridge, 29, Ricky Gammon, 31, Anthony Holehouse, 34, and Daniel Bailey, 32, all from Hucknall, appeared at a court in Spain on We

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irsty Maxwell, 27, fell from the 10th floor of an apartment building in Benidorm The Apartamentos Payma in Benidorm’s Little England area (Image: Sunday Mirror) A fifth man man, Joseph Graham, 32, also from Hucknall, did not attend the court hearing after already giving a statement to police. In their statement, the four men who attended the court hearing, said: This was a tragic accident and we categorically deny any involvement in this unfortunate incident. It goes without saying that our deepest sympathy goes out to Kirstys family and our thoughts are with them all at this terrible time. Callum Northridge, 29, and three other men released a st

atement on Mrs Maxwells death Ricky Gammon, 31, and his friends denied involvement in the death Mrs Maxwell, who was from West Lothian in Scotland, had been on a hen do at the time and is said to have wandered into a hotel room where the men were staying. Her family’s lawyer claims she fell to her death in a state of terror and alleged she was fleeing

a sexual attack that had begun to materialise. The

four men said in response to reports: We have had our names dragged through the mud and used in a derogatory manner throughout this process through no fault of our own. Joseph Graham did not attend Wednesdays court hearing Therefore we will now be seeking legal advice to embark on recovering any damages

or costs we have incurred from all the negative media reports that have been made and the ludicrous and unfounded comments resulting in the defamation

of our characters. Selected media/journalists have chosen to base their reports today around the opinion

of the private investigator and on his theory alone and not the opinion of the judge. The opinion of the judge is that this was an accident. Mrs Maxwell got married just months before she died on a hen do Mr

s Maxwell, who had only recently married her husband when she was on the hen do,

fell from the 10th floor balcony at the Apartamentos Payma in Benidorm’s Little England area. Video Loadi

ngVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will start in8CancelPlay now Luis Miguel Zumaquero, who is acting for Kirsty’s grieving husband Adam Maxwell and her parents, admitted on Wednesday he was disappointed at the judge’s decision not to remand the four men in jail but insisted the “fight for justice” would continue. He added after the court hearing: “Today’s hearing was scheduled so they could clarify their role in what happened. A worker cleans a pool at the Apartamentos Payma (Image: Sunday Mirror) “For reasons I am not aware of, they haven’t wanted to answer my questions. Roberto Sanchez, the lawyer representing the four men, described his clients’ decision to answer only defence questions as their “constitutional right. Police in Benidorm continue to investigate Mrs Maxwells death (Image: Sunday Mirror) He added: “They have given the explanations we felt were appropriate and they have ratified their original police statements which were very detailed and show they were in a different part of the apartment when Kirsty fell and didn’t see anything. “Kirsty’s family lawyer has requested their remand in prison but the judge has rejected this and allowed them to return to Britain. “I am hopeful this case will not go

to trial and this investigation will be over shortly. My clients have nothing to hide and the proof is that they came from England voluntarily for this hearing today.”