Botox argument uncovered in murder case

Botox treatmentA murdered grandmother was supposedly caught up in a row over Botox on the night she was last seen. Pamela Jackson, originally from County Durham, went missing from her home town of Chester-le-Street in March this year. Her body was discovered some time later, in May, on the moors above Halifax in West Yorkshire.

The case is currently at court where her boyfriend Adrian Muir, 50, denies murder. Her son Joe, 23, gave evidence, including that Muir had apparently told him about this argument. He said that according to him the couple had argued as Ms Jackson had wanted Muir to inject her with the anti-ageing treatment but that he refused on the grounds he was “scared of blood”.

He learnt of this 5 days after his mother disappeared when he was discussing events with Muir. He added:

“Adrian said she was an idiot for doing the Botox which caused the argument and then eventually my mother told him to leave and come back in a few days.”

“He said she went to a friend’s house to stay for a while. I was puzzled. There was no-one I could think of where she would stay because she had never done that before.”

Ms Jackson met Muir on a dating site in April last year. She suffered from bipolar disorder and son Joe explained she had met some “horrible people” through dating that way.

The case continues.