Evie Adams Biography — Wiki
Evie Adams was the ex-girlfriend of Jordan Monaghan, a father who has today been charged with the triple murder of his partner and two of his children, one of whom was a three-week-old baby, over a six-year period. Monaghan appeared in court this morning over the deaths of ex-partner Adams, and two children Logan and Ruby Monaghan.
He was also charged with two counts of attempted murder on a third child, who cannot be named for legal reasons.
BREAKING: A Blackburn man has been charged with triple murder. Jordan Monaghan, 29, is accused of killing two of his children & his partner. The children both died in 2013, and his partner died in 2019. He appeared at Preston Magistrates Court this morning. He denies the charges. pic.twitter.com/58Ke9rcRsj
— BBC North West (@BBCNWT) January 19, 2021
Evie Adams Age
Evie Adams’ age has not been publicly announced yet.
Jordan Monaghan appears in court accused of the triple murder, including Evie Adams
Preston Magistrates Court heard the three deaths that happened between January 2013, and October 2019.
Monaghan is accused of murdering three-week-old Ruby on New Year’s day 2013. He has also been accused of murdering 21-month-old Logan just eight months later, on August 17, 2013.
In addition, he faces two counts of attempting to murder a third child in 2016, along with two offenses of child cruelty in relation to that same youngster.
On October 27, 2019, the 29-year-old was charged with murdering his partner Evie Adams.
He appeared at Preston Magistrates Court this morning but did not enter any pleas. Monaghan was remanded into custody to appear at Preston Crown Court on January 21, where it is expected he will enter not-guilty pleas and date will be set for him to stand trial.
What we know so far about Jordan Monaghan and Evie Adams
Ruby and Logan were the children of Jordan Monaghan and his former fiancée Laura Gray.
Inquests had been held into the deaths of the two children at Blackburn Coroners’ Court in 2013.
Miss Gray, 20, went to wake Logan up from his afternoon nap and found him lying dead.
The inquest heard that the ambulance that arrived had battled desperately to save his life.
At the time Miss Gray had paid tribute to her relatives for helping her through the deaths.
She said: ‘We’d like to say a big thank you to all the family for all the support and help,’ she said. ‘We’re a close family. We’ve got great family support, they’re helping us to get through it.
‘We’re all absolutely distraught, absolutely devastated. We’re all shocked, we can’t believe it. He was beautiful, a little monkey, so mischievous. We strongly miss him and he will never be forgotten.
‘He had such a beautiful smile and he was the most gorgeous child ever. He was such a daddy’s boy and his face lit up every time he saw any of us.’
At the inquest, the coroner had said: ‘I can’t begin to imagine the loss of a child and certainly one as young and as precious as Ruby.’