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Pictured: Jordan Matthews, image taken from open social media site<br />
Re: A man called 999 after allegedly beating his girlfriend to death saying he had been "really, really horrible" to her, a court heard.<br />
Jordan Matthews, of Ely Road, Cardiff, is accused of murdering his girlfriend of 16 months, Xixi Bi.<br />
Cardiff Crown Court heard Miss Bi, 24, had a broken jaw, ribs and widespread bruising following the attack in August 2016.<br />
Mr Matthews, 24, admits manslaughter but denies murder.<br />
Paul Lewis, QC, prosecuting, said it was a "vicious, sustained and prolonged attack".<br />
A 999 call made by Mr Matthews at 08:00 GMT on 19 August 2016 was played in court, in which he said the pair had bickered the night before and he had hit her.<br />
He told the operator he had been "really, really horrible" to Miss Bi and she was now struggling to breathe, that he had done CPR on her and she was responding.
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Pictured: Jordan Matthews, image taken from open social media site
Re: A man called 999 after allegedly beating his girlfriend to death saying he had been "really, really horrible" to her, a court heard.
Jordan Matthews, of Ely Road, Cardiff, is accused of murdering his girlfriend of 16 months, Xixi Bi.
Cardiff Crown Court heard Miss Bi, 24, had a broken jaw, ribs and widespread bruising following the attack in August 2016.
Mr Matthews, 24, admits...
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