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British Men Break Silence After Tragic Death Of Newlywed Kirsty Maxwell Who Fell From Benidorm Balcony On Hen Do

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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 Maxwell’s death in Benidorm three months ago.

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In a statement released on their behalf, the four men expressed sympathy to the woman’s 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 Wednesday.

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.

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“It goes without saying that our deepest sympathy goes out to Kirsty’s family and our thoughts are with them all at this terrible time. “

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.

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