Jealous husband strangled ex wife after she refused to sleep with him 'one last time' for £100

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Martin Cavanagh, 35, killed 31-year-old Sophie Cavanagh in a flat in Bromley then left a message on a children's whiteboard saying she 'deserved it'.
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