The violent boyfriend of Emily Longley who strangled the aspiring New Zealand model in a jealous rage has been described as "evil" by her family.
Wealthy jeweller's son Elliot Turner, 20, was found guilty by a British jury on Monday of murdering 17-year-old Emily in his bed after going "absolutely nuts" in a culmination of a month of anger and upset over his suspicions she was "twisting his heart" by seeing other men.
His parents Leigh, 54, and Anita, 51, also face jail terms after being found guilty of helping to cover up the crime by destroying a confession letter from their son and taking away vital evidence after the killing at their home in Bournemouth in May last year.
They were convicted of perverting the course of justice by the same jury at Winchester Crown Court after the five-week trial.
Speaking outside court Emily's father Mark Longley said he hoped Turner would suffer every day in prison for the killing of Emily, who came over from New Zealand to study at college just eight months before her murder.
Flanked by his former wife Carol and their daughter Hannah, Longley, who was close to tears, said: "What we have heard over these five weeks has shocked us and disgusted us. That a man so evil like Turner could treat a gentle loving girl like Emily in that way, that he could treat her so violently, is beyond belief.