Husband pays tribute to 'beautiful' balcony plunge victim Kirsty Maxwell

Bruno Cirelli
Mag 8, 2017

A statement on a Justgiving page read: "We are aiming to raise as much money as we can to bring our attractive friend Kirsty home to where she belongs after this awful tragedy".

Dressed but barefoot she somehow ended up in a room directly above hers where five male British tourists were sleeping.

A 32-year-old man, believed to be from the United Kingdom, was arrested in connection with Ms Maxwell's death but has since been released without charge.

Formal charges are not normally laid in Spain until shortly before trial.

Police are working on the theory that she ended up in the room by mistake, possibly while looking for her friends.

Sources in Benidorm said it is believed the 32-year-old man has since been made an "investigado", a new legal term in Spain which means "under investigation".

Court officials are expected to make an official statement on Tuesday after a local holiday in Spain.

Adam Maxwell posted a poignant message on a crowdfunding page which raised over £30,000 to bring Kirsty home after she died in Benidorm last Saturday. They were thought to have been drinking and taking drugs. Police have found no evidence to suggest the woman knew any of the five men.

"It's something you never want to hear".

Spanish cops arrested a British man after the Scottish victim, 27, named locally as Kirsty Maxwell, died on Saturday morning.

The spokesman said: "All we can say at this stage is that a British woman born in 1989 has fallen from a ten-floor flat in Benidorm and died as a result".

Danielle's family said in a statement afterwards: "Danielle was an outgoing and friendly girl who will be greatly missed by all her family and friends".

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