Brighton medical student denies murder

Posted On 06 Jun 2011 at 10:22 pm

A Brighton medical student has denied murdering her television executive boyfriend earlier this year.

Trainee doctor Mundill Kaur Mahil, 19, a second year student at Brighton and Sussex Medical School, is accused of murdering Gagandip Singh, 21, the owner of Sikh TV.

She is one of three people accused of killing Mr Singh, of Bexleyheath, London.

He is believed to have been killed at a flat in Brighton before being taken to Blackheath, London, where his body was found in a burning Mercedes car.

Yesterday, Mahil and her fellow defendants, Harvinder Shoker, 19, of Charlton Park Lane, South London, and Darren Peters, 19, of Shooters Hill Road, Blackheath, denied the charge.

Mahil, of Maidstone Road, Chatham, Kent, appeared in the dock while her fellow defendants appeared on a video link.

All three have been given bail and ordered to return to the Old Bailey on Friday 28 November for a four-week trial.

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