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He was detained indefinitely under the Mental Health Act 1983 yesterday after pleading guilty to manslaughter on the basis of diminished responsibility.Prosecutor Andrew Jackson said the episode of the reality programme appeared to have been the “trigger” for the “extremely brutal” killing.Self-releasing the collection, the singer said that the EP "marks what is set to be a new chapter for me both personally and artistically".She added: "I have worked extremely hard on this, there has been laughter, tears and sweat."She continued: "Since the last album, a lot has changed in my life, but most importantly I have changed.Having taken time out of the musical ring, I now have the gloves firmly back on."Last year also saw Alexandra take and is set to continue that tour well into 2017, it seems unlikely that Alexandra will find the time to record, release and promote another album before then.Likewise, the singer is currently without a record deal, having parted ways with RCA.
Allen, who had long-standing psychiatric problems stemming back to a motorbike accident a decade earlier, told police that he believed the dancers were “puppets” being controlled by a puppet master who was coming to get him, Southwark Crown Court heard.When arrested Allen said "I'm sorry, I didn't know how many people it would affect." The couple were watching the first episode of the last series of the talent show on 29 August last year.Among the acts auditioning were a four-piece girl group who performed a choreographed routine, and a young male singer who appeared on stage with numerous female backing dancers.Mr Jackson added: “He resolved to kill her and himself in order to free them from what his disordered mind perceived.” "When she asked him not to kill her, he carried on and had meant to do so," he said.
The day before Ms Ho’s death, Allen had been referred to a psychiatrist.Ms Ho made a “harrowing and upsetting” call to the police in concern after her husband tried to cut his own throat.