The heartbroken girlfriend of a Nigerian model killed in the UK, has finally spoken out.
George Koh, 24, murdered her popular model boyfriend, Harry Uzoka, 25, after arranging a fight on social media.
Shocking CCTV footage showed Koh chasing down Harry in Shepherd’s Bush, West London, on January 11 with two accomplices.
The court heard how the pair rowed after Koh bragged about having sex with 25-year-old Mr Uzoka’s girlfriend, Ruby Campbell, who is also a model.
She did not give evidence at the trial but has taken to social media to break her silence after receiving “multiple death threats”.
In an Instagram post accompanying a picture of her and Mr Uzoka, she insisted she has never met Koh, who stabbed her boyfriend in the heart while she was away working in Los Angeles and Sweden.
“Harry died because a man had a jealous obsession with Harry. He came to his house with his two friends, knives and intentions to kill.
“Since this event has happened I’m so sad and heartbroken. I had finally found someone I was so happy with and he was taken from me.”
Ms Campbell said the tragedy has been “twisted to make it seem like I was the bad guy in this situation or this was a fight about me”.
Her post added:
“This makes me so sad. I have had a hard time this year grieving and I am still grieving. “Harry was my love. I have never lost a person in my life and I’m receiving multiple death threats and multiple social media accounts using a tragedy as click bait.”
Along with Merse Dikanda and Jonathan Okigbo, both 24, the killer took at least three knives, including a machete.
Harry was cornered behind a red Volkswagen before being stabbed in the heart. He later died on the pavement outside his home as the trio fled the scene.
Koh was found guilty of murder following a four-week trial at the Old Bailey.
Dikanda was also convicted of murder whilst Okigbo was found guilty of manslaughter.
The pair had been locked in a bitter dispute after Harry became annoyed with the less successful Koh, who he believed was trying to copy his “look”.