Miami-Lewis Bennett pleaded today guilty in a Court of the manslaughter of her spouse, the Colombian Isabella Hellmann Florida, during a trip through the Caribbean on its catamaran and after room erla given by disappeared in 2017 after a supposed shipwreck. According to court documents, Bennet, who also faced the charge of second-degree murder, pleaded guilty to manslaughter before Judge Federico Moreno. The Court scheduled for January 10, 2019 the ruling of Bennett, who is British-Australian.
The accused had denounced to authorities that his spouse, of 41 years, he had disappeared May 14, 2017, when both were shipwrecked about 48 kilometers from the Bahamas.
Photo taken from the home of the Sheriff. Broadcasting Bennett was found a day later to safety on Board of the boat’s emergency, and reported that his vessel had been hit by an unknown object and that during the emergency he knew not where was your spouse, who last saw the night before the accident . The couple had been together four years, had a nine-month-old daughter and lived in Delray Beach, North of Miami.La search of Hellmann, who was real estate, was suspended by the coast guard on May 18, four days after his disappearance. In this note: