Suspect in bath death
POLICE believe one person is behind the suspected murder of a Melbourne mother, who lay undiscovered in her bathtub for eight months.
Sarah Gatt’s body was found by police in her Kensington unit on January 3, and they believe the one-time aspiring model, 40, died in the four days to April 24, 2017, following a prolonged assault in her home. Investigators believe one person is behind the mother-of-four’s murder, with others involved in hiding the incident and obtaining financial advantage from her death. CONVICTED drug mule Cassie Sainsbury has issued a warning for potential drug runners to think about the consequences of their actions.
“People need to really, really analyse the people they think they can trust,” Ms Sainsbury told the Kyle and Jackie O Show yesterday.
“You might think you can trust them, but they can be a completely different person.”
The 22-year-old described the Colombian jail, where she is serving a six-year sentence for attempting to smuggle cocaine out of the country, as “not fabulous” but better than other parts of the jail.
“My situation has not been easy throughout this whole process, but I have had a lot of people inside the prison help me see that it is not the end of the world,” she said.
Sainsbury, from Adelaide, was caught with 5.8kg of cocaine at Colombia’s El Dorado Airport in April 2017. She was arrested and is detained at El Buen Pastor jail in Bogota – a prison notorious for its overcrowding. She could be released in April 2020.