Accused double murder “wanted violent porn”, according to the court

A man accused of murdering two women showed interest in extreme sexual activity, prosecutors said at his trial.

Mark Brown, 41, has denied murdering Alexandra Morgan and Leah Ware, both of whom went missing in Hastings last year.

Duncan Atkinson KC told the Hove Crown Court jury that Brown’s online activities showed he had been in contact with several sex workers and had searched for extreme sexual content, including “girlfriend forced to share, girlfriend forced and reluctant”.

Brown, of Squirrel Close, St Leonards, met Alexandra and Leah through an adult website where the two advertised their services as sex workers.

He met Leah in March 2018 and entered into a long-term relationship and she moved in with him in a converted shipping container at Little Bridge Farm, near Hastings.

She was last seen alive in May 2021 after telling friends Brown locked her in the shipping container and tightly controlled her life.

Around the time of her disappearance, Brown was searching for violent pornography online, Mr Atkinson said.

He said: “Leah Ware told her friend that Brown had asked her to pose for photos in the trunk of a vehicle.

“She also described additional photos of Brown holding her and having oral sex with her mouth.

“Ware also told her friend that a gag was used. Another friend was told by Ware that Brown wanted to photograph her bound and gagged.

“It’s the story of an increasingly controlling relationship where Leah was and should be submissive, where there were arguments and where Leah was tied down both physically and by locking doors.”

The court also heard that Brown had texted an old school friend following Alexandra Morgan’s disappearance in November last year, describing himself as a “psychopath with a conscience”.

The process goes on.

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