Law graduate, 27, who 'stabbed her fiancé to death' blows kisses to family in court | The Sun

A LAW graduate accused of stabbing her fiancé to death blew kisses to her family when she appeared in court today.

Blaze Wallace, 27, is accused of fatally knifing Samuel Mayo, 34, in south west London.

Police found Mr Mayo with multiple stab wounds on Lower Richmond Road, Mortlake, at 10pm on Monday July 18.

He was rushed to hospital, but died shortly after arrival.

Wallace, of Richmond, appeared in custody at Wimbledon Magistrates' Court wearing a grey prison tracksuit, and spoke only to confirm her name.

She was remanded in custody ahead of a pre-trial hearing at the Old Bailey on Tuesday July 26.

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As she returned to the cells she blew kisses to members of her family who were sat together in court and who left sobbing.

Wallace graduated from St. Mary's University, Twickenham, with a 2.1 honours degree in 2017.

She was studying for a masters in Human Rights and Legal Practice at the University of Roehampton.

Wallace has expressed an interest in issues of slave labour, human trafficking and mental health disabilities and was planning to write a dissertation on the oppression of indigenous communities.

She said on a career website that her ambition was to "grow into a successful and accomplished lawyer."

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