Unseen footage of a British holidaymaker hours before she plummeted to her death from a balcony in Benidorm has been released.
Kirsty Maxwell, 27, from Livingston, was on a hen weekend in the popular tourist resort when she fell from the tenth-floor apartment of a room where five men – all from the Nottingham area – were staying.
Now a TV documentary called Killed Abroad has shown previously unseen footage of Kirsty arriving back at her apartment complex alongside friends, the Daily Record reports.
Dressed in pink t-shirts, the women head over to the lift area where the 27-year-old newlywed can be seen trying to get something from her friend’s handbag.
They appear to be finding keys for their apartment.
The TV appeal also showed a video clip taken by a pal of Kirsty sleeping in her bed just hours before her death.
Spanish police believe Kirsty may have mistaken the apartment for a friend’s flat and become disorientated.
She fell from the balcony of room 10E at Apartamentos Payma in the early hours of the morning of April 29.
The room was being used by Joseph Graham, Ricky Gammon, Anthony Holehouse, Callum Northridge and Daniel Bailey.
One of Kirsty’s friends as part of Killed Abroad said: "Kirsty is a very loving person normally.
"When she’s drunk she makes it known that you know that she loves you.
"We go in, make sure that she gets in to bed, I take her shoes off because she had just point blank refused to put her pyjamas on.
"She told me how much she loves me, how much she loves everybody else.
"She fell asleep and I sat up waiting on the rest of the girls to come home."
Kirsty’s widower and family members spoke during the TV special examining her death, which still remains an open case.
Her mum Denise Curry said: “The only thing we’ve asked for is for them to tell us what happened in that room.
“I would like answers from them, because Kirsty has no voice.”
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In a reconstruction of the balcony from room 10E, three women of similar height and weight as Kirsty and wearing the same clothes try to jump on to the makeshift frame.
Retired dectective David Swindle concludes: "She could not have jumped directly over that balcony. It seems far more likely she clambered over. But what happened next?
"It makes me wonder has Kirsty been climbing? Was she trying to get to the rooms below?"
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