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Dancer, 26, strangled to death in 'sex game gone wrong' was unlawfully killed, coroner rules

A professional dancer strangled to death during a 'sex game gone wrong'was unlawfully killed, a coroner has concluded.

Georgia Brooke, 26, went into cardiac arrest after taking GHB and cocaine with her boyfriend Luke Cannon at his home in Bradford, West Yorkshire. He dialled 999 but Georgia died in hospital.

A murder investigation was launched as detectives launched a manhunt for Luke, who was later found hanged.

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Dr Christopher Johnson, a forensic pathologist, told an inquest that the main cause of Georgia’s death on February 2 2022 was compression of the neck, which he said had been forceful and prolonged. The level of GHB in her system was said to be in the toxic range. A police investigation found that Georgia had a sexual interest in ‘choking’, Yorkshire Live reports.

Coroner Martin Fleming, concluding that Georgia, from Ossett, had died as a result of unlawful killing, described what happened as a “sex game that went wrong.”

He said that such sexual practices were both “dangerous and reckless” and suggested that what happened to a Georgia should send out a “strong deterrent message to those engaged in such practices.” He said Georgia had been manually strangled by her partner during sexual activity together.

Mr Fleming said that the strangulation amounted to an assault on Georgia and that she “could not have consented to the fatal consequences”. He said there was no evidence that Luke intended to kill Georgia.

The inquest heard evidence from police that Georgia had been influenced by Luke with changes seen in her behaviour. Text messages between them suggested she had consented to sexual practices with Luke.