Nigerian born, British married, self employed business woman, specializing on Brazilian hair and allied beauty products, was slaughtered during a date gone wrong; and left her husband wondering how she flew under the radar for so long, hawking herself, without his having an inkling of what his wife actually did for a living. A living and lifestyle of Gucci and Armani designer bags and shoes and other high-end ensemble; as well as numerous international trips and tours. The police were called to an apartment in Aberdeen Terrace Scotland where they discovered the lifeless body of the victim. They arrested her date, 25 year old Bala Wadzani Chinda and charged him with her murder. Jessica McGraa, 36 years old was married to Gareth McGraa 44 and the couple have a four year old son.
What a double-agent 007 she was, that was capable of doubling as a sex-seller cum Brazilian hair seller; and successfully kept a lid on the illicit part of her life without even her husband knowing about if and for ten long years. She successfully led her secret life as a fly-in, fly-out sex worker and purveyor of sex which only her death just turned up. Like a traveling nurse and other workers who travel for work, Jessica traveled to wherever destination her client is, that wants and can afford her services of "the ultimate girlfriend experience." She had recently relocated from Aberdeen Scotland to Manchester Britain but still flies back to Scotland for work, servicing her clients in Dundee, Edinburgh and Inverness. She used trade names Ebony Bianca, B Bianca and Kelly Weston for her escort services; describing herself as “classic, stylish, naughty, horny, sexy” and promised to leave clients with exciting memories of the “ultimate girlfriend experience”.
Her husband Gareth lamented that he 'thought he knew her and it hurts to find out how much she held back from him.' According to him, he did not know that Jessica was turning tricks, selling sex; but said she liked to be the center of attention, was not cheap and likes all the good things of life. She also wanted all her dreams to come through.
It also appears that she was good at what she did for a living as attested by one of her clients who described his experience with her as "The stuff fantasizes are made of." But regrettably the lady who likes the good stuff of life and who once posted on her web page that "None of us will die unfulfilled' and that 'we all shall make a formidable impact in this world', did not seem to have ended up as she planned and anticipated? It does not appear she was fulfilled or made a formidable impact in this world before she died? What an irony of life that all her dreams and ambition came to a sudden halt and shall be interred with her bones. Once again, Icheoku queries whether all these money-craze is worth it afterall? But your guess is as good as mine as it all boils down to what the preacher said in Ecclesiastes 1:2, vanity of vanities, all is vanity. May her soul now rest.