Bailey Boswell, Girlfriend of Dating App Killer, Found Guilty of Murdering Sydney Loofe | #tinder | #pof


Bailey Boswell, the woman accused of helping her boyfriend kill 24-year-old Sydney Loofe after wooing her on Tinder in 2017, was convicted of murder Wednesday and may face the death penalty.

After deliberating for about three hours, a Nebraska jury found Boswell, 26, guilty of first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder, and improper disposal of human remains for her role in the November 2017 slaying and dismemberment of Sydney Loofe, a cashier at a Lincoln home-improvement store. As the verdict was read, Loofe’s mother and sister reportedly wiped tears from their eyes.

A three-judge panel will now decide whether Boswell will be sentenced to death or life in prison for the first-degree murder charge. According to the Omaha World-Herald, she could be the first woman sentenced to death in Nebraska.

Prosecutors allege Boswell acted “in tandem” with her 52-year-old boyfriend, Aubrey Trail, to lure Loofe to her death after meeting on the dating app. Loofe was missing for 19 days after the Tinder date, and her body was finally found in garbage bags scattered among ditches and farm fields in rural Nebraska.

“Ms. Loofe was dismembered and discarded like trash,” Assistant Nebraska Attorney General Mike Guinan said during his closing statement on Tuesday in Dawson County Court. “This was a climax killing. There was an excitement, I will suggest to you.”

“If nothing else, this case is about an orgasmic desire to torture and kill,” he added, according to the Omaha-World Herald.

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