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Pair in court over death plunge

Rosimeiri Boxall
Rosimeiri Boxall was found injured beneath an open window

Two teenage girls have appeared in court accused of killing a minister's daughter who fell from a third-floor window in south-east London.

Rosimeiri Boxall, 19, died when she plunged from a house in Coleraine Road, Blackheath, in May last year.

Oluwakemi Ajose, 18, of Floyd Road, Charlton, south-east London, and a 14-year-old girl from Kent are charged with her manslaughter.

The two are due to stand trial at the Old Bailey on 26 October.

Miss Ajose was remanded in custody and the younger girl remains on bail until a hearing on 5 October when they are expected to enter a plea.

Miss Boxall was the adopted daughter of Simon Boxall, the vicar at the Open Gateway Community Church in Thamesmead, south-east London.



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