New shocking revelations have come to light about the death of student Mackenzie Lueck in Utah, as the man accused of her murder had asked a contractor to build a… secret room with soundproofing and hooks placed “above the height of the head” .
The 23-year-old was known on a dating platform “sugar baby” (s.s. someone who is looking for a partner who supports her financially with the necessary natural expensive gifts), giving advice on how a girl can get a “sugar daddy”. In fact, he was proud to have had at least two.
Also, a few days before her death, Lueck had stated that she was willing to meet with a stranger in a park in the area at 03:00 in the morning.
The torture room
According to CNN.gr, Brian Wolf, who works as a builder in the area, revealed that the main suspect in the murder of Mackenzie had approached him in April and asked him to build a “secret” space, under the front porch. of his house, which would be accessible only by fingerprint scanning.
The “weird” request of the owner Ayoola Ajayi for a “torture room”, made the builder worried, as the plan of the space included hooks placed high on the wall. So Wolf turned down the job and reported the incident to the authorities when he saw on the news Ajayi 's arrest for the murder of the student, as reported in the Sun.
The 23-year-old, who was missing for 11 days, seems to have been abducted and killed. Authorities found burnt remains in the defendant's garden, while DNA tests confirmed they belonged to Mackenzie.
The police chief said Ajayi would be charged with murder, kidnapping, obstruction of justice and desecration of the body of the deceased.