The Brighton coroner is returning his sentence after a man was found with stab wounds

A coroner returned a verdict of misadventure after an inquest into the death of a man who was found with stab wounds in his bathroom.

The Brighton and Hove Coroner’s Court heard police break into Jaromir Myszczynski’s Brighton home on April 19 to find the body of the 31-year-old, who had not been heard from for five days.

Jaromir’s mother, Elzbieta Myszczynska, had alerted police after traveling from London with her partner Rosemary Morton on April 19 to visit Jaromir’s flat in Cavendish Place, Brighton, after concerns she had been dead since April 14. April had not heard from him.

Jaromir had returned to his flat on April 14 after visiting a close friend in Norwich and texted his mother that day.

After receiving no reply at the flat, Ms Morton called the police, who soon came to Cavendish Place to carry out a welfare check.

The investigation found in a statement from Detective Sergeant Tony Gander that officers entering the apartment discovered Jaromir in the waterless bathtub, fully clothed with “a series” of stab wounds, a “significant” amount of dried blood and a “large kitchen knife”.

DS Gander said he was quickly convinced the death was not suspicious and the wounds were self-inflicted.

He said that Jaromir’s body appeared to have been there for several days and that there was a half-eaten takeaway with a receipt dated April 14th.

Open suitcases were found in the bedroom and a load of laundry was found in the washing machine.

DS Gander said the property was safe when police arrived, no blood was found in the apartment other than in the bathroom and there was no sign of a struggle.

Upon examining Jaromir’s phone and laptop, the inquest found that nothing had been found to assist the police investigation and no note had been left on the computer or in the home.

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The inquest learned from a GP report that at the time of his death, Jaromir was taking medication to treat his ulcerative colitis, which he had been diagnosed with when he was 18, medication for anxiety and he had also been seen for an injury to his finger.

Ulcerative colitis is a long-term condition that causes the colon and rectum to become inflamed.

Small ulcers can develop on the lining of the colon, which can bleed and produce pus, and the condition can be very painful.

The chief economic analyst had been diagnosed with anxiety early in the Covid pandemic but was only on medication when his anxiety surfaced, Ms Myszczynska told the inquest.

Assistant Coroner Alicia Keen said there was no evidence Jaromir had contacted mental health services and asked Ms Myszczynska if she felt he was depressed.

Ms Myszczynska said Jaromir developed anxiety and had depression at the start of Covid.

She said Covid had changed his job “drastically” having previously traveled extensively to meet with clients, but that he had been “very happy” after landing a “big” promotion at work.

“He was a bit depressed,” Ms Myszczynska told the inquest.

“Especially working from home.

“Before Covid, his girlfriend broke up with him.

“He just had a huge promotion at work.

“It was a huge financial leap.

“He was very happy about it.

“He had just got back from meeting his friend, I wasn’t expecting it at all.”

DS Gander suggested Jaromir may have knocked himself down due to his ulcerative colitis, but Ms Myszczynska said her son was managing his colitis well.

“He exercised, ate, it was just something he had,” she said.

“He complained from time to time, but he managed it well.”

Ms Myszczynska said her son is “crazy” about Star Wars, likes to travel and enjoys sports.

He had studied medicine in New York for five years but decided not to become a doctor.

He had lived in the UK for eight years and moved to Brighton in December 2021.

Ms. Keen came to more mishap than suicide as she was not convinced that Jaromir intended to kill himself.

“He intended to harm himself, but I don’t think the nature of the wounds was accurate enough to show that he intended to kill himself,” she said.

“I don’t feel like I have enough evidence to prove he intended to take his own life.”

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