‘Black Widow’ jailed for causing the deaths of two elderly British holidaymakers lured to her apartment in Malta

A “BLACK widow” who tempted two elderly Brit holidaymakers to her apartment has been jailed for causing their deaths.

Dragana Mihalykovic, 45, persuaded David Grant, 67, and then Neville Ayers, 78, to move in with her in Malta.

Ray Collins – The Sun

Dragana Mihalykovic plundered the men’s cash and took sick videos of them as they were killed by her criminal neglect, a court heard[/caption]

The Serb plundered their cash and took mocking videos as they died from her criminal neglect.

Police were called amid fears the pair had been “partied to death” after their bodies were found at Mihalykovic’s home within eight months of each other.

A local said: “She’s a big handful of a woman. She’d make a beeline for old Brits in bars. Some looked so frail I thought she’d give them a heart attack.”

Cops told an earlier hearing she invited elderly Brits to live with her if they “paid for everything”.

Mr Grant was originally ruled to have died of natural causes at the third-floor flat in Qawra.

Mr Ayers, below right, was found to have died of asphyxiation.

The court was shown clips of Mihalykovic saying “my darling” and “my love” as they lay dying.

Magistrate Donatella Frendo Dimech said she was “a woman who had no qualms about living off elderly and vulnerable men”.

Mihalykovic was cleared of murder but convicted of neglect likely to cause serious injury or death and jailed for 5½ years.

She was warned she would be deported on her release and was ordered to pay £12,500 costs.

Mr Ayres’ partner Jasmine Jones, 72, of Lowestoft, Suffolk, told The Sun she had no idea he was with Mihalykovic when he died in 2016.

She recalled: “The day before he was due home was his birthday. I got a call saying, ‘I missed the plane.’ Then his phone went beep.”

East Anglia News Service

Neville Ayers, 78, was found dead at the home of the Serbian woman[/caption]


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