Husband claims he killed Kilburn mother in sex game that went wrong

PUBLISHED: 11:35 27 January 2016 | UPDATED: 11:53 27 January 2016

Lisa Jane Lyttle lives in Kilburn (pic: Facebook)

Lisa Jane Lyttle lives in Kilburn (pic: Facebook)


The husband of a Kilburn mother who is accused of strangling her with a phone charger claims she was killed in a sex game that went wrong.

Lisa Jane Lyttle, 49, died in the early hours of Saturday morning in Costa de la Calma, Majorca.

Her 50-year-old husband Warren is claimed to have admitted killing her during a phone call to emergency services from their sixth-floor flat.

On Monday he appeared in a private court where he claimed her death was accidental.

He was remanded in custody pending further police investigations.

Mrs Lyttle, who has an 18-year-old daughter, is believed to have flown out to Majorca for a week’s holiday from her home in Kilburn.

Her husband lives in Majorca.

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