Mama, sister of the murdered UVA lacrosse player, testifies in proceedings

Charlottesville, Virginia (AP) — The mother of a former female lacrosse player at the University of Virginia wept during Thursday’s testimony explaining the moment she learned that her daughter had died.

Sharon Love said she initially thought she had a car accident and added that she didn’t expect Yardley Love to be killed. WVIR report.

Sharon Love, the administrator of her daughter’s mansion, died illegally against George Hugley V, who was convicted of a second murder for killing his girlfriend Yardley Love in 2010. I filed a lawsuit. Huguenot, who also played lacrosse at the UVA, stood on his only day in a court in Charlottesville on Wednesday.

The proceedings seek compensatory damages of $ 29.5 million and punitive damages of $ 1 million.

Yardley’s sister and brother-in-law also testified on Thursday. When Lexie Love Hodges was called for the death of her sister, “That’s it? Will you never see her again?” And when she first met Huguenot, she said, “He’s supposed to be. I thought.

Lexi’s husband, Jamison Hodges, said the days after Yardley’s death were “non-stop bowling.”

The jury was also impressed to hear the testimony.

Closing arguments for the trial, which began on Monday, are scheduled for next week.