- Melbourne News Natalina Angok Remembered As Loving And Caring Sister As Her Boyfriend Is Charged For Her Murder
Natalina Angok Remembered As Loving And Caring Sister As Her Boyfriend Is Charged For Her Murder
"She didn't deserve to die"
A woman allegedly killed by her schizophrenic boyfriend in Melbourne has been remembered as a loving and happy sibling.
Natalina Angok, 32 from Geelong, was found dead in the city's Chinatown district on Wednesday morning and yesterday Christopher Allen Bell faced court charged with her murder.
"They were dating, in a relationship. That was her boyfriend," Ms Angok's sister Helena told The Age newspaper, adding they had been together for more than a year.
Bell remains in custody and is due to face Melbourne Magistrates Court again on Friday.
The court was told on Thursday he was released from a mental inpatient facility "only a week ago" and required treatment for schizophrenia.
Ms Angok's family is in shock after her killing, Helena said.
"She didn't deserve to die in such a way, being killed by someone.
"She was a loving and caring sister, and a down-to-earth person, not a troublemaker. She loved everybody, even if someone did something bad to her, she would just talk and laugh with them."
Ms Angok's body was found near Little Bourke Street just after 6.30am on Wednesday. Bell was arrested later the same day.
Police are yet to reveal how Ms Angok died.
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