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Teen duo face jail over vicar's daughter's death

PUBLISHED: 14:11 19 November 2009 | UPDATED: 17:22 25 August 2010

Picture shows: Rosimeiri Boxall
Source: Met Police
email: Michael.McGuill@met.police.uk

Picture shows: Rosimeiri Boxall Source: Met Police email: Michael.McGuill@met.police.uk

TWO teenage girls who bullied a vicar s daughter into jumping 30ft to her death from a third-floor window are facing jail. Oluwakemi Ajose, 19, of Floyd Road, Charlton and Hatice Can,15, of Dallin Road, Shooters Hill, were found guilty of manslaughter ye

TWO teenage girls who bullied a vicar's daughter into jumping 30ft to her death from a third-floor window are facing jail.

Oluwakemi Ajose, 19, of Floyd Road, Charlton and Hatice Can,15, of Dallin Road, Shooters Hill, were found guilty of manslaughter yesterday after a three-week trial at the Old Bailey.

They subjected Rosie Boxall, 19, to a campaign of abuse for two years before she plunged from a council flat in Blackheath on May 17 last year.

Blood tests revealed that she was not under the influence of alcohol or drugs when she died

The pair punched, slapped, pulled her hair, sprayed deodorant in her eyes and branded Rosie a whore and a slag.

As she lay dying on the concrete Can told her: "Serves you right, bitch."

The teenagers are due to be sentenced on December 15.

Ajose is currently detained in a psychiatric hospital, while Can was remanded in custody.

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