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10:03 | 17th December 2017

News: UK

Fri 12 Mar, 2010
By Danielle Carter


I was terrified. She warned me if I got out the car she'd run me over

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A nurse abducted her lesbian lover after accusing her of still sleeping with her ex-husband, a court heard yesterday.

Amanda Burn, 48, lured Elizabeth Wells, also 48, into her car then refused to let her out during a terrifying hour-long ride, it is alleged.

Ms Wells, a probation officer, had tried to end the affair with Burn, who she had met a year earlier on a lesbian website.

But the possessive nurse kept phoning and texting, Ms Wells claimed.



Burn also accused the mum of two of still sleeping with her ex-husband.

She drove to Ms Wells' office in Reading, Berks, invited her in, then sped off, saying: "Tell me you love me," Guildford Crown Court heard.

Ms Wells said: "I was terrified. She warned me if I got out the car she'd run me over."

Eventually Ms Wells was dropped at her office "distraught", according to colleagues.

The court heard Burn left apologies, saying Ms Wells must have been "really scared". The mum of three, of Chalfont St Peter, Bucks, denies kidnap. Case continues.

 

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