Man, 41, found dead with 22-year-old dancer had string of young girlfriends

The man found dead at his home in Kettering with the body of a suspected murdered 22-year-old woman had a "string of young girlfriends," it has been claimed.

Benjamin Green, 41, and Maddie Durdant-Hollamby from Wimblington, were found dead at a property on Slate Drive on Friday in a suspected "murder-suicide" after concerns for Ms Durdant-Hollamby’s welfare were raised.

Cops confirmed that they were treating the death of Ms Durdant-Hollamby as murder and are not seeking anyone else in connection with the incident.

Senior investigating officer, Detective Inspector Nicole Main announced on Friday that the police understand that the pair "had been in a relationship" and police were working to understand what happened.

Police also confirmed that their investigation had found no known background of domestic abuse.

A former neighbour of Mr Green's told The Sun he had a "string of young girlfriends" before he met Ms Durdant-Hollamby who would come to his home.

The former neighbour said: "He would have different women coming over a lot.

"They were similar to her [Maddie]. They would be young, aged between 22 and 30. He had at least three girlfriends. They would last about six months and then another one would appear."

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Friends of Mr Green's described a "fabulous dad" who would be "sadly missed" by his children.

"I feel for the children who he loved some much and he religiously went to see them ever other weekend and brought them back for the weekend to spend quality time with them," a friend revealed.

According to another pal the pair had been together for "two years" and "were happy together," with Ms. Durdant-Hollamby living between her own home and Mr Green's.

DI Main described the incident as an "incredibly sad case" that has left both family's of the deceased "overwhelmed with sadness".

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In an emotional Facebook post Ms. Durdant-Hollamby's devastated mum Rachel, 46, wrote: "These are the hardest words we have ever had to write.

"Our beautiful beautiful Maddie is gone. She has grown her own set of wings and gone to fly with the angels.

"22 years of loving this amazing girl will never be enough, we thought we had a lifetime ahead of us.

"Please hold your loved ones a little tighter and kiss them a little longer… you never know when it may be your last opportunity.

"Baby girl… you were our world and our lives are not complete without you in it. Heaven is so lucky to have you."

The investigation into the deaths continues and anyone with relevant information has been asked to call police on 101 or submit it online here.

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