A marketing director who killed his girlfriend before committing suicide was a “hate sex addict.”
Ben Green, 41, is proud of the friends of hundreds of lovers – many young people – in rented homes across the country.
Many of the fillings are said to have taken place while Father Green was still married – one of the properties he used for dates near his family home.
A former friend said Green targeted his victories in a “cool and calculating” way – and had no respect for the women he considered his “property.”
He is thought to have been meeting his victim – marketing executive Medi Dordent – Holmbay, 22 – for about a year after meeting at work.
Police believe he killed her last Friday before committing suicide at her home in Kettering, Northamptons.
The bodies were discovered shortly after 1 p.m., following a report of her well-being.
It is understood they discussed separation.
Ben was wonderful. He was a monster and a woman who hated sex.
A former colleague said of Green.
A former colleague said of Green: “I’ve known her for a year and there will be hundreds of women by then.
‘He was a monster’
“I never knew anything like that. He would have sex with eight women at the same time while marrying children.”
“He had homes all over the country that he rented, lived in catering, Liverpool and other places.
“Ben was great. He was a monster and a woman who hated sex.
The former friend said many of Green’s dates were in his teens.
He added: “Ben liked younger women.
“He had zero respect for his victories and was very rude to them.
“It was so cold that he always said he would get what he wanted. He considered women his property.
Maddie was originally from Wimblington, Cambridgeshire, where Steve, 48, and Rachel, 47, still live.
In a tribute, her parents said: “Maddie was a kind, caring and thoughtful young woman who touched everyone’s life.”
How you can get help
The following is the advice for women victims and their families:
- Always keep your phone close.
- Contact charities for help, including services such as the Women’s Aid Live Chat Helpline and Support Line.
- Call 999 if you are in danger.
- Familiarize yourself with the silent solution, where you can call 999 and press ’55’ if you can’t speak securely.
- Always keep some money or bank card with you, including a change if you need a phone or bus fare.
- If you suspect your partner is about to attack you, try to get out if you are indoors and get your phone if you need to call for help.
- Avoid kitchens and garages, where there is a possibility of knives or other possible weapons. Avoid rooms where you may get stuck, such as the bathroom.
The support line is open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6pm to 8pm on 01708 765200. The charity’s email support service is open on weekdays and weekends during crises. [email protected].
You can also call the free 24 Hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline on 0808 2000 247.