Husband who killed camgirl wife told police he 'wasn't as sexual as she was'

A man who killed his own wife told police that she apparently was not happy that he was not as sexual as she was.

William Jeffrey West, 47, was found guilty of the manslaughter of his wife, online adult entertainer Kathleen West, after an Alabama jury reached a unanimous decision.

He is now facing two to 20 years in prison after the verdict was handed down on Friday, it has been reported.

The body of Kathleen, who posted under the pseudonym “Kitty Kat West,” was found partially naked on the street in January 2018 in front of her and her husband’s home in Calera, Alabama.

Prosecutors stated that West killed his wife with a blow to the head from a glass bottle after his fingerprints were found on the lucid absinthe bottle used to deliver the fatal blow.



The defense argued that Kat died in an accidental fall after an autopsy report showed that her blood alcohol level was more than three times the legal limit, and that William – who also went through Jeff – was innocent.

They also told the judges that Kat’s career in adult work was not an argument for her and Jeff West, and that he really helped her.

Prosecutors told Circuit Judge Bill Bostick that West had murdered his wife in a fight after a “date night,” citing text messages and voice mails as evidence of frequent arguments between the two.

Jeff West, however, told investigators that they had a happy marriage, despite differences in their sex lives.



Kathleen West

ALREADY reported that he didn’t want to have sex as often as his wife.

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“I’m not as sexual as she is. It is what it is. I am happy with myself. She was not happy with it,” he told police.

West said his wife was bisexual, and the couple had talked about dating other women.

He said, “She liked girls. She wanted to look at the lifestyle recently.”

However, during the cross-examination of the text messages, the court was also shown dozens of messages that revealed intimacy and love between the couple.

Jeff insisted there was no jealousy in relation to his wife’s profession, saying, ‚ÄúThere’s nothing to be jealous of. Me and she (were) in a good place.

‘It’s just photos. She has the money for it. ‘

Lawyer John Robbins said, “Yes, she had a website. She posed naked. She did it for her own self-esteem.

“Jeff was fully aware of what his wife was doing, and he helped her.”

Police said they believed Kat was murdered on January 12, 2018, after West took a series of blunt photos of his wife intended for her online work.

They were taken after the couple had a date night at Red Zone Bar and Grill, and on their way home they had stopped at R&R Wine and Liquor, where West bought himself a bottle of Jameson whiskey and Kat got a bottle of Lucid Absinthe. .



Kathleen West

They got home and enjoyed about six drinks together, West said.

He maintained his innocence, claiming that she was drunk and accidentally died after falling and bumping her head, but the jury was told that a forensic investigation had found West’s left thumb and ring fingerprints on the absinthe bottle.

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The prosecution stated that Kat’s death “was not the result of a fall. When this person was hit, they quickly perished.”

Before his arrest, Jeff, a US Army veteran, worked as a police officer on campus at Birmingham-Southern College.

The victim’s mother, Nancy Martin, described her daughter out of court as an alcoholic who was on medication for bipolar disorder and had a history of binge drinking.

Jeff West is facing two to 20 years in prison and a sentencing hearing is scheduled for January 2021.

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