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