Source: Metro

The trial is underway for the death of Delyth Andrews, a diminutive 54 year old woman, who passed away after three brothers, Joshua, Adam, and Scott Knight, practiced professional wrestling moves on the victim for as long as seven hours.

The Knight Brothers, who range in age from 19 to 23, hit their victim with professional wrestling maneuvers including John Cena's Attitude Adjustment, bodyslams, and T-Bone Suplexes, from 8 or 9 pm till 3 am one evening in November of 2015. Andrews died in December 2015 after her condition deteriorated.

Apparently, Andrews and The Knight Brothers' mother, Elaine Morley lived together in Ramsgate, Kent. The Knights moved in to be with their mother and soon began abusing and stealing from Andrews.

On the night in question, emergency responders arrived at the scene to find Andrews injured in her bed. A subsequent x-ray showed that Andrews sustained fractures to her pelvis, ribs, and sternum.

While Joshua and Adam began the assault, Scott was in the process of hocking Andrews' property to score 'spice', a synthetic cannabinoid, before returning to the home and engaging in the assault as well.

Although all three brothers deny the charge of murder, two of the three brothers have extended guilty pleas for manslaughter.

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