Sue Addis Wiki – Murder
Sue Addis, was discovered on her £ 1 million property in Withdean, and a 17-year-old was arrested on suspicion of murder.
His friends said he was injured, although it is unclear what happened in the fight.
Ms. Addis and the suspect were known to each other, and the police are not looking for anyone else regarding the murder.
He ran high-end restaurants Donatello and Pinnochio in Brighton, where Premier League stars and celebrities visit regularly. In 2004, the restaurant chain was named one of the top 100 in the country, and they built an empire worth around £ 6 million.
Mrs. Addis, together with her three sons Leo, Stefano and Mikele, opened Donatello with her husband Pietro, along with the couple who run the 400-seat restaurant.
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Speaking near his home in the quiet residential area of Withdean, Brighton, a friend who did not want to be named, said: ‘According to the sounds of the works, there was some kind of fight in the house and Sue got some injuries – that’s all I know.
This is a tragedy. Sue was a great woman. She was very, very busy working from dawn until late at night, but still she would freely and generously spare time to help everyone. I’m just in tears about it
I can’t imagine what happened, but it’s terrible to think. It’s just shocking, so shocking. ‘
A neighbor said: ‘It was the life and soul of the restaurant business, and everyone in Brighton and Hove knew and loved Sue.
Absolutely devastating. During the Covid-19 pandemic, he was really active working in charities and helping others as always. She was a very loving woman.
Just before Christmas she was taking Christmas dinners with her granddaughter to the homeless, and she was always very active in helping others. ‘
Brighton Green MP Caroline Lucas said: ‘It was so shocking and sad to hear of the devastating death of the amazing Sue Addis.
Many people in Brighton will be heartbroken – it was such a special presence in the city that the passion and people for this place were infectious, and its kindness was legendary. It will be missed very much. ‘
Former Hove MP Ivor Caplin said: ‘I have known Sue Addis Pietro and his family for over 30 years. I was shocked to death last night. My thoughts and condolences are with the family. Sue was very passionate about our city. ‘
The couple met when they were 17 while studying dance in London in 1967.
The family worked closely with Premier League club Brighton and Hove Albion FC and has previously sponsored their jerseys.
The family is popular with the Brighton community, and on December 23, Mrs. Addis helped bring her granddaughter Christmas dinners to the homeless center.
The identity of the alleged murderer is unknown.
One of the locals said: ‘She was a very nice woman. When my neighbor told me what happened, I couldn’t believe it.
During the initial isolation, he offered to provide free meals to people in the sheltered housing block – it was a really gentle gesture.
She would go there and ask if residents needed anything, and she was very helpful.
She is so sad. Poor family. I can’t imagine what they went through. ‘
‘He’s done a lot for the Brighton community over the years,’ said another.
We are proud of ‘The Lanes,’ said Sue, who has talked about her success before, and it has become our home since we spent here every day for all these years.
- Mrs Addis opened Donatello with her husband Pietro, with the couple running the 400-seater restaurant with their three sons Leo, Stefano and Mikele
We hope to be here for many years. My grandchildren now work during the holiday season and we have a staff working for us for over 20 years.
“It makes me very proud to know that we are responsible for hiring these people and that they are still here after them.”
A Sussex Police spokesperson said the 17-year-old was interrogated after a body was found in a house in the city’s Withdean area.
The police are not looking for anyone else regarding the woman’s death and there is no risk to society.
‘At 18:15 on Thursday, the police were summoned to a residential address in Brighton, Cedars Gardens, Withdean, where the woman was deceased.
“The 17-year-old was arrested on suspicion of murder and is currently in custody for interviews and further investigation.”
Detectives from the Surrey and Sussex Major Crime Team said their investigation was still at an early stage and no further information was available.