Tina Eyre Wiki
Tina Eyre, 62, was found in a pool of blood on her property in the Bulgarian town of Veliko Tarnovo. Worried neighbors who went to check on him found his 26year-old boyfriend digging a hole in the garden. Confronted with what she had done, her boyfriend ran away and was found by the police at an old woman’s home. After being questioned by the police, the toy boy confessed out of jealousy that he killed the ex-pat Briton. Tina from Gloucester is a divorcee who moved to Bulgaria four years ago after working 17 years as a legal secretary at the Clifford Chance law firm.
A British woman retired from a farm in Bulgaria was beaten with a shovel by her “toy boy gypsy lover”.
Tina Eyre, 62, was found in a pool of blood in a barn on her property in the northern village of Veliko Tarnovo.
The retired legal secretary, originally from Gloucester, had not been seen by neighbors for several days and did not respond to phone calls from the local post office.
The officer warned the local mayor and then asked two other former bosses living nearby to check on him.
When they arrived at Tina’s home, former legal secretary, they found her 26-year-old Bulgarian Roman gypsy lover, who was digging a hole in her garden.
They asked him what he was doing and said the owner asked him to take care of his three dogs, but escaped from the neighbor’s gardens when suspected. Tina’s body was found during the subsequent search of her property. She is believed to have been killed by the shovel she dug.
She is thought to have prepared her grave, according to police reports.
One of the expats who came to his home managed to take a photo of the man and gave the picture to the local police, who searched him from house to house. Officers later arrested her after finding her boyfriend in the home of a ‘lonely old man’.
According to local reports, she confessed to the murder and said she was acting ‘out of jealousy’.
Mayor Hristo Hristov told reporters how he and local police chief Petar Petrov participated in the arrest. described how they both got on patrol in a civilian car and said: ‘It was clear that he was still in the village, we quickly rejected the main road as there were dozens of road maintenance workers and he wouldn’t want to risk being seen.
We put things together and started looking for ‘Grandpa Georgia’ that we thought might know this person. Experienced inspector Petar immediately realized that Grandpa Georgi was his guests. ‘
Mayor Hristov said he did not know if the suspect was resisting or trying to escape, but added: ‘Upon entering I saw Petar lying on the ground with his knee,’
A man from a neighboring village named Gorna Oryahovitsai had been seen several times in the past but visiting Tina, better known as Roxanne, who had not been seen for nearly a year.
Delivered from Veliko Tarnovo to criminal inspectors.
Tina lived alone in the village for four years after moving from England. She looked at the dogs and piglets on the farm. She also taught the natives to paint.
She spent 17 years working at Clifford Chance law firm, from 1999 to 2016, according to her LinkedIn page.
She recently wrote on her LinkedIn page: ‘Enjoying life – just doing what I want to do when I want to do … or do absolutely nothing, if I feel that way … great !.
His brother, Dean, confirmed the news yesterday and said his family was angry for not being contacted by the State Department regarding the death.
“We were not told anything by the government, the news was told by my brother’s friends in Bulgaria,” he said.
‘She was a good woman, she always helped us,’ said a local in Veliko Tarnovo.
“We support the family of a British woman after her tragic death in Bulgaria and we are in contact with Bulgarian authorities,” said a Foreign Ministry spokesperson.