Wife ‘cut rapper husband’s body into 15 pieces and drained it of blood’

The wife of a famous rapper found dead, dismembered and drained of blood in an apartment in the Russian city of St. Petersburg has been arrested.

Rapper Andy Cartwright, whose real name was Alexander Yushko, was found dead on July 29, 2020.

Eight of his internal organs were found missing from the victim's body including his stomach, pancreas, oesophagus, gall bladder, intestines, adrenal glands, urinary bladder and prostate gland.

His body parts were also cut up and put into separate bags, sprinkled with salt and then stored into a freezer where they were later found.

Police allege Cartwright was murdered by his wife Marina Kukhal after she found out that he planned to divorce her and move in with his mistress.

They also claim Kuhal was assisted by a relative who cut the body into parts using a saw in order to hide the evidence that he had been murdered.

His wife had claimed the rapper died from a drug overdose, and allegedly admitted to cutting his body into pieces and hide his death as she considered it shameful.

No drugs have been detected in the rapper's body but they do suspect Kukhal injected him with an insulin-containing drug before his death.

Cartwright is believed to have then gone into a hypoglycaemic coma, as indicated by a low glucose level (0.9 mm).

According to local media, Cartwright's friends said that he had problems with alcohol, but he did not use illegal substances.

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After Kukhal was interrogated, she was released without charge and investigators seized a knife, a hammer, a hacksaw, a basin and a cutting board from the crime scene.

Kukhal's lawyer Irina Skurtu told local media paper KP-Petersburg: "There is a classification of the diagnosis associated with a hypertrophied heightened perception of the death of a spouse.

"The examination itself has not yet been provided to us for study.

"We will comment in more detail later."

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