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Monster voice threat by ex-boyfriend

PUBLISHED: 13:36 10 June 2002 | UPDATED: 12:04 03 March 2010

A WOMAN broke town in tears today as she described a threatening late night telephone call from her ex-boyfriend using a "monster voice".

Rhiannon Satchwith told a jury at Ipswich Crown Court that David Fraser had phoned her in the middle of the night and had left a voice mail message, threatening to kill her new boyfriend.

A WOMAN broke town in tears today as she described a threatening late night telephone call from her ex-boyfriend using a "monster voice".

Rhiannon Satchwith told a jury at Ipswich Crown Court that David Fraser had phoned her in the middle of the night and had left a voice mail message, threatening to kill her new boyfriend.

Miss Satchwith said the voice was disguised but sounded like a monster voice she had heard Fraser using when playing with their son before they separated.

She said she had been at her boyfriend George's house when she received a number of silent telephone calls on her mobile phone in the early hours of the morning. The telephone number of the caller had been withheld each time.

These calls were followed by a voice mail message saying "you are going to die George" followed by the sound of laughter.

Giving evidence today Miss Satchwith said she had a six-year relationship with Fraser and they had a son together.

She said she had recognised the disguised voice on the voice mail message as that of Fraser.

Fraser, of Felixstowe Road, Ipswich has denied breaking a restraining order made by Ipswich Crown Court in April 2001 by telephoning Miss Satchwith on January 14 this year.

Peter Gair prosecuting said a restraining order had been made by Ipswich Crown Court following the breakdown of Fraser's relationship with Miss Satchwith.

This prevented Fraser from making contact directly or indirectly with Miss Satchwith except through her solicitor.

Mr Gair said that records showed that 10 calls were made from Fraser's mobile phone to Miss Satchwith's mobile phone in the early hours of January 14.

A policeman had later listened to the voice mail message allegedly left by Fraser. However no permanent record had been made of the message.

After his arrest Fraser had denied being the person who had made the calls to Miss Satchwith's mobile phone. He also denied leaving the voice mail message.

The trial continues.

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