Eurydice Dixon: Jaymes Todd & # 39; s father renews apology for the murder of Melbourne

The father of the Eurydice Dixon killer has renewed his apology to the young woman's family one day after his son pleaded guilty to her murder.

Jaymes Todd, 19, admitted she raped and strangled comedienne, Mrs. Dixon, 22 years old, during her walk through Princes Park, in the north of Melbourne, just before midnight on June 13th.

The Magistrate's Court in Melbourne heard how Todd had been drunk all day long before he had jumped Mrs. Dixon through the streets of the city and had attacked her in the park.

Todd & # 39; s father Jason told Daily Mail Australia that he was as appalled as the rest of society & # 39; about the brutal attack.

& # 39; It is indescribable. It is a very difficult time for me and the family, and I feel a lot for the family and friends of Eurydice and express my condolences, "Mr Todd said.

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Jaymes Todd, 19, (on the photo) who admitted on Thursday that he had raped and strangled the 22-year-old comedian Eurydice Dixon, drank a whole bottle of vodka with a friend before discussing her in Melbourne's CBD streets on the evening of June 13th

Todd & # 39; s father has renewed his apology to the family of Mrs. Dixon (photo)

Todd & # 39; s father has renewed his apology to the family of Mrs. Dixon (photo)

The father of Jaymes Todd, 19, (left) who killed Eurydice Dixon (right), has repeated his apology to the family of the deceased woman

The Melbourne Magistrate's Court heard this week how Todd Mrs Dixon (above) rushed through the streets of the city before attacking her in the park

The Melbourne Magistrate's Court heard this week how Todd Mrs Dixon (above) rushed through the streets of the city before attacking her in the park

The Melbourne Magistrate's Court heard this week how Todd Mrs Dixon (above) rushed through the streets of the city before attacking her in the park

& # 39; There is nothing I can do to change it or make it better, but I wish it was there. That comes from our whole family – we are as horrified as the rest of society about what happened to her.

& # 39; I have been told not to talk, but I feel that it is necessary to show that we are all so dismayed as the rest of society.

I do not know what I can do, but I just want to express our sympathy. & # 39;

Mr. Todd, who has three other children, refused to comment further this week than to say: "I have said everything I can and I do not want to bring our families back." & # 39;

The full chilling details of the attack on Ms. Dixon were revealed after the killer plea of ​​this killer this week.

From the police version of events that led to her murder, it appears that Todd drank the equivalent of a full bottle of vodka all day on June 13th.

Starting with his first drink at 3.30 pm, Todd drank for several hours.

He then traveled to Broadmeadows with an unidentified friend before he retired and made a return to the CBD before 10:30 PM.

This was exactly the same time that Eurydice Dixon completed her stand-up comedy performance at the Highlander Bar on Flinders St.

I do not know what I can do but I just want to express our sympathy & # 39 ;, Todd & # 39; s father Jason said (above)

I do not know what I can do but I just want to express our sympathy & # 39 ;, Todd & # 39; s father Jason said (above)

I do not know what I can do but I just want to express our sympathy & # 39 ;, Todd & # 39; s father Jason said (above)

Mrs. Dixon (pictured) had performed a comedy show the night before. She was excited about how it had gone and decided to go home alone

Mrs. Dixon (pictured) had performed a comedy show the night before. She was excited about how it had gone and decided to go home alone

Mrs. Dixon (pictured) had performed a comedy show the night before. She was excited about how it had gone and decided to go home alone

A commemoration in Princes Park where Mrs Dixon's body was found was attended by at least 10,000 people (photo)

A commemoration in Princes Park where Mrs Dixon's body was found was attended by at least 10,000 people (photo)

A commemoration in Princes Park where Mrs Dixon's body was found was attended by at least 10,000 people (photo)

She left the site with her partner Tony Magnuson, stopped at a nearby Woolworths supermarket and then moved on to Federation Square.

Pleased with the success of her performance, Mrs. Dixon told Mr. Magnuson that she wanted to walk home, and at the station the couple cuddled the couple before they separated.

HOW JAYMES TODD DISABLED EURYDICE:

12 JUNE

3.30 pm: Todd starts drinking, eventually he drinks a whole bottle of vodka

10.30 pm: Todd travels to Broadmeadows but returns to the city to drink alone

11.08pm: Todd spots Ms. Dixon at junction of Flinders and Swanson Streets

23.40 hours: 30 minutes later: Todd falls to Mrs. Dixon

JUNE 13TH

2.50 am: Passant discovers the body of Mrs. Dixon

During this time, Todd only continued to drink, buying alcohol from various bottle shops in the city, including cider and cans of whiskey and cola.

At 11.08 am, when Mrs. Dixon started to cross Flinders St, Todd began to walk behind her, waiting until she was halfway through the intersection before he started to follow.

Todd continued to follow Mrs. Dixon and made sure that he stayed behind her for 15 to 20 seconds.

She was not aware of Todd's stalking and was talking to herself as she walked, the police summary said.

Mrs. Dixon walked through the city for about 4.5 km and walked past the University of Melbourne to Princes Park, making her way through two football fields before she was attacked by Todd.

Only at 3 o'clock in the night her body was discovered by a passerby.

Mrs. Dixon was identified by the police on her handbag, which was found near her body.

Todd handed himself to the police after his photo was shown on television when the police desperately tried to find the perpetrator.

Initially he denied any involvement in the crime, but shortly thereafter he made a full confession.

Around 10.30 PM Mrs Dixon had just finished her stand-up performance at the Highlander Bar on Flinders St (photo) and left the room with her partner Tony Magnuson

Around 10.30 PM Mrs Dixon had just finished her stand-up performance at the Highlander Bar on Flinders St (photo) and left the room with her partner Tony Magnuson

Around 10.30 PM Mrs Dixon had just finished her stand-up performance at the Highlander Bar on Flinders St (photo) and left the room with her partner Tony Magnuson

The couple walked to a nearby Woolworths on Flinders Street (pictured here) before heading to Federation Sqaure

The couple walked to a nearby Woolworths on Flinders Street (pictured here) before heading to Federation Sqaure

The couple walked to a nearby Woolworths on Flinders Street (pictured here) before heading to Federation Sqaure

The body of Mrs. Dixon was discovered by a passerby on a soccer field in Princes Park, something for 3 hours (photo)

The body of Mrs. Dixon was discovered by a passerby on a soccer field in Princes Park, something for 3 hours (photo)

The body of Mrs. Dixon was discovered by a passerby on a soccer field in Princes Park, something for 3 hours (photo)

More than 20 DNA samples were extracted from the body of Mrs. Dixon and many of them were owned by Todd.

Todd, who appeared in the magistrates' court of Melbourne on Thursday via a video link, pleaded guilty for a few counts of murder, rape, attempted rape and assault.

When he appeared with a shaved head, Todd spoke only once and replied with & # 39; guilty, your honor & # 39; when he was asked to make his plea.

In a previous lawsuit, his lawyer John Riordan argued that his mental health, as well as his age and appearance, would give the teenager a high risk in prison.

Mr. Riordan told the court that Todd's family had indicated that his condition was him & # 39; socially regressive & # 39; made.

Todd was taken into pre-trial detention prior to his next appearance on November 13.

Documents filed with the court have been edited to remove information that could put Mrs Dixon's family, friends and the general public in distress.

The death of Mrs. Dixon led to national outrage with wakes in all capitals around Australia (photo)

The death of Mrs. Dixon led to national outrage with wakes in all capitals around Australia (photo)

The death of Mrs. Dixon led to national outrage with wakes in all capitals around Australia (photo)

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