Canterbury house deaths: Family 'pain' over Natasha Sadler killing

Natasha Sadler Image copyright Kent Police
Image caption Natasha Sadler was found at the property in Dickens Avenue on 29 March

The family of a woman who was one of two people killed at a house in Kent, said they still feel "unbelievable pain" over her death.

Natasha Sadler, 40, and Simon Gorecki, 47, were found dead in Dickens Avenue, Canterbury on 29 March.

In a statement via Kent Police, her relatives said they had been left "shocked and devastated" by her death

Foster Christian, 53, also of Dickens Avenue, has been charged with the murder of Ms Sadler and Mr Gorecki.

June Sadler said her daughter lived for her three boys "whom she loved dearly".

"We are all still in shock and devastated at the death of Natasha in such awful, tragic circumstances," she added.

"My daughter was full of life and was always laughing. She was a lovely, beautiful girl and life will never be the same."

Image copyright Simon Gorecki
Image caption Simon Gorecki (pictured) and Natasha Sadler were found dead on 29 March

Ms Sadler's sisters Jodie and Sheryl and brother Steven also said they were "heartbroken" by her death.

"We feel unbelievable pain. Natasha was a free spirit and we admired that about her. She lived her life regardless of what anyone said.

"Laughing and messing about, she had a real passion for music and her religion was drum and bass! We will love you forever."

Mr Gorecki was described as "infectiously fun to be with" by his family earlier in April.

Kent Police have not released details of the post-mortem examinations.

Mr Christian is expected to appear at Maidstone Crown Court on 10 June charged with two counts of murder.

Two other people face charges of assisting an offender following the deaths in March.

Related Topics

More on this story

Related Internet links

The BBC is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites