Bulent Sessacar Wiki – Bulent Sessacar Bio
Bulent Sessacar was a drug-crazed killer, who stabbed his childcare worker wife 58 times in a frenzied knife attack in front of a six-year-old girl has died in his maximum-security prison cell.
Personal trainer Sessacar killed Rebecca Sessacar, 25, in a brutal stabbing at a home in Croydon, south London, in 2012.
The fatal stabbing took place days after he was released on bail for domestic violence.
He was 36 years old.
Bulent Sessacar Found Dead Prison Cell
He was jailed for at least 10 years and eight months for manslaughter by reason of diminished responsibility – after a court heard he had been abusing steroids and cocaine.
But Sessacar, 36, was found dead in his cell at HMP Woodhill, in Milton Keynes, last month.
A Prison Service spokesperson told MailOnline: ‘HMP Woodhill prisoner Bulent Sessacar died in prison on 21 January. The Prisons and Probation Ombudsman has been informed.’
According to the Sun, Sessacar is believed to have suffered a heart attack.
He had not tested positive for Covid-19 and his death is not being treated as suspicious, the paper adds.
He Stabbed His Wife
Sessacar, a personal trainer who was abusing steroids and cocaine at the time of the killing, had a history of violence and a police caution for a battery of his wife.
Two days before he was arrested for assaulting Mrs Sessacar.
But he was allowed to return home after Ms Sessacar said she did not want to press charges.
Mrs Sessacar told a friend that her husband had threatened to hurt her if she did not let him back.
She was stabbed to death at a home in south London on December 20, 2012.
Speaking at a court hearing at the Old Bailey in 2014, Prosecutor Sally Howes QC said: ‘Bulent Sessacar killed his wife. He stabbed her repeatedly in a frenzied and sustained attack.
‘The killing was witnessed by a six-year-old girl who sustained minor injuries as he struggled to push her into a bedroom.’
Rebecca Found Dead
Mrs Sessacar was found lying in a pool of blood in the front room next to two kitchen knives. One of the blades had broken away from the handle.
She had suffered 58 stab wounds to the head, face, neck and upper back, as well as bruising to her body and a bite mark to her cheek.
When police entered the property, following concerned calls from neighbours, the six-year-old ran into the officer’s arms and told them she had witnessed the attack.