Amanda fell in love with a murderer and spent years in a relationship with him. Now she’s sharing her experience to warn others.

Amanda was in a relationship with Matthew – a convicted murderer – for many years. The two knew each other for 17 years. Today she thinks that this time was a waste. After all those years, Matthew did unbelievable things to her. This is reported by the “Sun” and refers to information from “”.

Matthew was in prison for murder. Amanda knew about his crime and even wondered how someone could be so evil. Nevertheless, she wrote the prisoner a letter in 2006, three years after the crime. “I don’t know what came over me, but I decided to write to him,” she is quoted as saying by the Sun.

A short time later, Amanda received an answer – and a love affair developed between the two. In 2019, they saw each other for the first time in prison.

Eventually, the two planned to get married. But it never came to that. Matthew wanted to postpone the wedding – allegedly because he wasn’t sure if he would be free by then. As the second date in January 2024 approached, the fiancé distanced himself.

A week before his release, Amanda waited for his call. But Matthew didn’t call. To this day, they have had no contact – he even changed his number.

Now Amanda wants to warn other women who are thinking about writing to an inmate. They will only end up getting hurt.

Amanda is reminded of her relationship by her tattoos – because she has some that are related to her ex-fiancé, writes “Mirror”.

The Guardian, among others, reported on Matthew’s crime. The then 19-year-old was the leader of a gang. The friends beat and tortured a 14-year-old in 2003. Matthew was sentenced to at least 20 years in prison, the BBC wrote at the time.

A whimpering, seriously injured little girl was found in a cat box in Berlin in the Altglienicke district in front of an apartment building.

Because her luggage didn’t arrive, a woman took the initiative herself. She tracked her apparently stolen suitcase and drove to the house of an airport employee, where she actually found it.