Image caption, Lauren Bloomer was studying at the couple's home due to Covid- 19 restrictions when Notman attacked her figcaption >
A man who stabbed and crushed his girlfriend in a psychotic episode after eating a cannabis brownie has been cleared of the murder.
Lauren Bloomer, 25, was stabbed over 30 times and dieddice at the couple's home in Tamworth, Staffordshire, in November 2020.
Jake Notman pleaded guilty to manslaughter in Stafford Crown Court.
Prosecutors have accepted that his mental state meant that he didn 't realize "what was real and what was not ".
University student Ms. Bloomer was studying at them at Bingley Avenue due to Covid-19 restrictions.
She started recording on her phone after asking for advice online about the "bad trip " suffered by her boyfriend, a heard from the court.
Notman got aggressive nine minutes after the tape started, about a minute before his girlfriend was overheard saying: "Please, help me "to her aunt on a call on a second phone.
The audio recorded her screams, the jury said, and the factory worker automobile was then heard saying "I'll make sure ", before the sound of'A running engine is heard, followed by a thud.
Neighbors saw him crush her body and not try to help her before returning home, said the 'charge.
The accused dialed 999 at 01:32 GMT, telling the operator that he was "told I killed my girlfriend ".
Prosecutors claimed the 27-year-old intended to kill, but his defense claimed he "totally lost touch with reality " after eating the brownie.
It must be sentenced later Wednesday.
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