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Acton murder victim named as Jenny Foote, 38, from Harlesden

PUBLISHED: 14:38 31 July 2015 | UPDATED: 14:38 31 July 2015

Jeenny Foote lived in Thornberry Court (Pic credit: Google streetview)

Jeenny Foote lived in Thornberry Court (Pic credit: Google streetview)

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A care worker from Harlesden found dead at the hostel where she worked in Acton can be named today as Jenny Foote.

The body of the 38-year-old, who lived in Thornberry Court, Craven Park, was discovered on Monday just after 6.30am.

A post-mortem examination showed she died of a head injury.

The hostel provided supported living service for vulnerable people.

Today at the Old Bailey Judge Nicholas Cooke QC lifted a reporting restriction allowing Ms Foote to be named.

Michael Meanza, 47, a resident at the hostel, is accused of Ms Foote’s murder.

He appeared by videolink at the Old Bailey wearing a pale green prison-issue tracksuit with a silver chain around his neck.

He spoke only to confirm he could hear proceedings and to confirm his name.

Meanza was remanded in custody to appear before the same court on October 16 for a plea and case management hearing.

He is yet to enter a plea to a single count of murder.


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