´Sex game´ death proved false as Brit confesses to strangling wife in Magaluf

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A BRITISH man who claimed his wife died during a sex game has admitted killing her after a drunken row in Magaluf.

Car salesman, Warren Lyttle had previously confessed to killing his wife, 49-year-old Lisa Jane Lyttle, but insisted that her death came as a result of a sadomasochistic sex game.

Prosecutors had suspected his story to be false and Lyttle has now confessed to Mallorca Court that he killed the mother-of-one as a result of a row, saying:

“We argued about money because we had been drinking.”

He was asked by the prosecutor if he had strangled his wife with a phone cable at his home near Magaluf, he replied:


The confession came as a result of a plea bargain with prosecutors who had demanded he face a 20-year jail term but he now faces a lesser charge of homicide and 12 years in prison.

They are however attempting to make him pay more than €180,000 in compensation to the victim´s grown-up daughter.

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