70 forced to flee centre fire
Mr Prais said: “Could you be wrong in saying there were three episodes?” She replied: “No.” Ms Drumm told the court she remembered having “three episodes” on separate occasions while being married to Webster.
As reported in later editions of yesterday’s Evening Express the jury heard Webster accepted he lied, cheated and robbed his wife blind. Mr Prais said Webster admitted he had acted “disgracefully” and in a “monstrous” manner towards his second wife and accepted his behaviour towards her was shameful.
Webster, 51, denies murdering his first wife Claire by drugging her, crashing his car on the Auchenhuive to Tarves road, at Kingoodie, near Oldmeldrum, on May 27 MORE than 70 people were evacuated after a fire broke out in a North-east community centre.
Firefighters were called to Woodside Community Centre, in Aberdeen, after the blaze hit one of its rooms.
Grampian Fire and Rescue Service officers tackled the fire, which happened about 6pm last night. Three fire engines were sent to the scene, but everyone had been evacuated. or 28, 1994, and setting it on fire.
He is further alleged to have drugged Felicity Drumm between July 1996 and February 1999.
Webster was said to have also caused a car accident with his wife inside in New Zealand, in a bid to murder her.
Webster denies all the charges against him and the trial continues.
EVIDENCE: Malcolm Webster’s wife Felicity Drumm.
SCENE: A fire engine at the Woodside centre.