Three men who killed a bouncer after they were turned away from an exclusive New Year’s Eve party at a £12 million Mayfair mansion are facing jail today.
Doorman Tudor Simionov, 33, was fatally stabbed in the chest when he went out to try to calm the violence, in the early hours of January 1, 2019.
Hamada, from Wembley, Khalil, from Kingsbury, and Akram, from Fulham, have all admitted manslaughter and were due to be sentenced by Judge Anthony Leonard QC this morning after an Old Bailey trial last year.
The court had heard how the event was organised by Edward Davenport, a self-styled lord, with champagne, cognac and brandy, and guests said to have openly snorted cocaine.
Ossama Hamed, 25, is accused of stabbing Mr Simionov, but he is believed to be abroad and has not stood trial.
Mr Simionov’s fiancée, Madalina Anghel, appealed for help tracing him and told the court: “Nothing can change the past… we cannot bring Tudor back, but finding Ossama Hamed and bringing him to justice will help me find closure.”
Source – Standard.co.uk