Ex-stripper had lover murder fiancé — then convinced new fling to off the killer


(NEW YORK POST) —  A former stripper was jailed in Australia Thursday for getting her lover to kill her fiancé — and then having him killed too, according to reports.

Robyn Lindholm, 46, was found guilty of murder for getting “besotted” lover Wayne Amey to kill George Templeton in Melbourne in 2005, according to The Guardian.

She told Templeton’s family he was missing — then lived the “high life at the expense of your former de facto’s life” in a penthouse with Amey, Justice Christopher Beale said during Lindholm’s sentencing.

Eight years later, she had Amey killed, too, again after recruiting a man with an “obsessive lust” for her, the report states.

Amey was battered with a baseball bat, stabbed and strangled before being dumped in a remote location. Lindholm pleaded guilty to that murder and was already serving a 25-year-sentence.

She was jailed Thursday for 28 years for the murder of Templeton, and her new non-parole period is 30 years — meaning she will be 71 when she is first eligible to apply, the report states.

“No sentence I can impose can undo the far-reaching and terrible consequences of your crime,” the judge told her during sentencing.

Templeton’s body has never been found.

“You have the option to do what’s right … to tell us where George’s body is,” his sister-in-law, Deborah Teazis, had begged Lindholm at a pre-sentence hearing.


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