Internet dating site murderer
Barney's son was in the backseat of the car at the time, she said.After that, the relationship spiraled out of control, Barney said.Speaking for the first time since his sister Sharon Winters was murdered by online lover Kevin Hawke, Stephen urges women to be wary of meeting men on the internet."She was a lonely heart just wanting love," Stephen said of his sister."That animal preyed on her caring nature."I still can't believe someone would want to hurt my poor, defenceless sister in such a horrific manner," he added.Stephan begged her to end the relationship after hearing that Hawke used to "push his sister around."But Sharon told her brother that she was "just desperate to be loved" and stopped speaking to him shortly after."She continued her relationship with that monster," her devastated brother said.She said that chatting to men online made her feel good about herself."She got frustrated by my disapproval, so I dropped the subject.
After stabbing Sharon, Hawke had a beer before calling the police.Just three days later, on July 13, 2014, police found her dead in her flat in Liverpool.And now Stephan, from Wirral, Merseyside, is determined that his sister's death will not in vain.Once they got to the park where Drayton requested to go, Barney said he asked her if she could see them getting back together in the future. Drayton then allegedly took one hand off of her neck in an attempt to close the door, but Barney said she "threw" herself outside of the car.Drayton then allegedly hopped outside of the car on the passenger side, but Barney said before Drayton could get to her, three factory workers approached her, asking if she was OK.