Sex-crazed ‘black widow’ nymphomaniac bewitched men then murdered them… slitting one man’s throat while having an orgasm

Sex-crazed ‘black widow’ nymphomaniac bewitched men then murdered them… slitting one man’s throat while having an orgasm

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A SEX-mad “black widow” who seduced men and then killed them has been found guilty of the murder of another lover.

Former stripper Robyn Lindholm, 46, who was already serving a 25-year jail term for the 2013 murder of gym owner Wayne Amey has now been found guilty of murdering her lover George Templeton who disappeared in May 2005.

Robyn Lindholm was found guilty of having a second lover murdered this week
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Australia’s Supreme Court heard how she had Mr Amey kill Mr Templeton so she could get one lover out of the way so she could pursue a relationship with the other.

She then had two other men murder Mr Amey more than eight years after Mr Templeton had gone missing.

The jury heard how she had bragged to a fellow prisoner: “I slit his f***ing throat and as he came it was the best orgasm I ever had”, adding she got covered in warm blood.

Lindholm, who was once in a relationship with Melbourne gangster Alphonse Gangitano, is now expected to have her prison time significantly increased.

The “femme fatale” was banged up in 2015 for 25 years, for having Torsten Trabert and John Ryan murder Mr Amey, whose body was found on Mount Korong, in central Victoria, in December 2013.

The 54-year-old had been stabbed in the car park under his apartment block about a week earlier.

Lindholm was charged with Mr Templeton’s murder in 2016.

Mr Amey was never charged.

I slit his f***ing throat and as he came it was the best orgasm I ever had


What a fellow prisoner claimed Robyn Lindholm told them

During the seven week trial the jury heard how her desire to be with Mr Amey in 2005 was the reason Mr Templeton, 38, was attacked in his home.

Prosecutor Ray Gibson QC, said Mr Templeton was drinking brandy with Lindholm and one of her friends on May 2, 2005 when the two women went for a drive and returned to find him gone.

Mr Templeton’s body was never found but his car was discovered about a fortnight after he went missing.

Investigators found blood splatters on the couch and the lounge where he had been drinking.

Mr Gibson told the court: “She wanted him out of the way. He was an encumbrance, he was an anchor around her neck,” after she had started an affair with Mr Amey in 2003.

FEMME FATALE

He added: “He was suspicious, had a strong personality and he stood in the way of her being able to pursue her relationship with Wayne.”

The court heard how over the following years Lindholm had made separate confessions to the murder to two other lovers, a friend, another woman and a fellow prisoner.

The lovers reported to police Lindholm often sang about Mr Templeton swimming with fish in the sea, and said she claimed Mr Templeton was violent and raped her.

Lindholm had denied the charges.

Defending Lindholm, John Kelly, said there had not been sufficient evidence to change the presumption of innocence and added the two later lovers had been drug users with criminal histories.

Lindholm had stood trial more than a year ago but the jury was discharged without reaching a verdict while the current hearing took place at the Supreme Court in Victoria and lasted a month.

The case was initially subject to a suppression order so the jury would not learn of her previous murder conviction which has now been lifted.

Lindholm is said to have taken a lesbian lover while serving time at


Dame Phyllis Frost women’s prison near Melbourne.

Lindholm previously pleaded guilty to murdering Mr Amey in a joint criminal enterprise with Trabert and Ryan.

The two men were both found guilty of murder and Trabert was jailed for 28 years with a minimum of 23 years, and Ryan was jailed for 31 years, to serve at least 26 years.

Wayne Amey was murdered in December 2013
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George Templeton’s body was never found
Lindholm also had an affair with Aussie gangster Alphonse Gangitano
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