Man, 41, who stabbed young dancer was woman-hating sex addict, claims pal

A man who brutally murdered his girlfriend almost half his age has been described as a "monster" and a "woman-hating sex addict" by a former friend.

41-year-old Ben Green was found dead last Friday along with Maddie Durdant-Hollamby who he stabbed before killing himself.

Maddie, 22, was described as 'beautiful and talented' by family friends who allege that she was planning on ending the relationship before the incident.

The pair had been dating for around a year having met working at water management company Alumasc where they both worked in marketing.

Now, a former friend of the killer has revealed that he was a serial womanizer, even when he was married.

He is said to have slept with countless young women, many in their teens, in properties he rented all across the country.

The former friend said: "I knew him for a year and there would be hundreds of women in that time.

"I have never known anything like it. He would be having sex with eight women at the same time while married with kids.

"He had homes across the country that he would rent, staying in Kettering, Liverpool, and other places.

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"Ben was prolific. He was a monster and a woman-hating sex addict."

Their bodies were discovered by police at 1pm on August 27, at Green's Kettering home, after Maddie's parents grew concerned when they didn't hear from her for a few days.

Friends of her parents have said that they were worried about Maddie dating someone nearly twice her age.

"Ben liked women much younger than him," the former friend added.

"He had zero respect for his conquests and would be so rude to them.

"It was chilling the way he always said he would get what he wanted. He treated women as his property."

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After the tragedy, the Durdant-Hollambys released a statement that said: "Our hearts are broken, and we cannot begin to imagine life without her. The shock and pain we are feeling is indescribable.

"She was a beautiful person both inside and out, who loved nothing more than spending time with her family and friends."

A statement from the Green family offered "thoughts and prayers" to the Durdant-Hollamby family.

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