Lord of the Rings technician admits murdering parents in row over dog

A man who killed his mother and father has pleaded guilty to murder.
Sergey Koudryavstev pleaded responsible to 2 counts of homicide (Picture: Met Police)

A Lord of the Rings visible results technician has admitted murdering his aged parents in a rage at their therapy of his pet dog.

Sergey Koudryavtsev, 48, stabbed his mom Tatiana, 68, and father Vladimir, 69, with a hunting-style knife at the household’s Kensington residence on May 20.

Former college lecturer Mrs Koudriavtseva and her husband have been discovered useless three days later after their son referred to as the police.

Koudryavtsev, who has twin Russian and New Zealand nationality, had argued along with his parents over the care of his beloved pet Mastiff.

He represented himself at the Old Bailey the place he entered responsible pleas to 2 counts of homicide.

Adair Tower in north Kensington, London where the bodies of an elderly couple were found this morning.
Koudryavtsev knifed mom Tatiana and father Vladimir at Adair Tower in north Kensington (Picture: PA)

Following his arrest he instructed police he had moved in along with his parents three years in the past, bringing Enzo with him.



But as the dog obtained older his well being started to deteriorate and he turned satisfied his parents have been exacerbating the issues and making him poorl by leaving home windows open, creating draghts.

He stated he had argued along with his parents shortly earlier than deciding to kill them.

After the stabbings Koudryavtsev left the flat with Enzo and subsequently dropped him off at a vet’s.

The courtroom heard psychiatric studies had discovered he was match to face trial and enter his pleas.

One discovered that he acted out of ‘anger and rage’ linked to his character construction the place he put his wants earlier than any empathy in direction of his parents.

The Recorder of London, Judge Nicholas Hilliard QC, additionally questioned the defendant about whether or not he accepted what he had finished.

He requested: ‘You know what the allegations are against you. Do you accept that you did kill your parents, both of them?’

Koudryavtsev replied: ‘Yes, I accept responsibility for that.’

The decide went on: ‘When you did what you did, was it your intention to kill them?’

He confirmed: ‘Yes. When I did it that was my intention.’

Judge Hilliard completed: ‘Do you understand that if you had lost control when you killed them that could reduce the offence of murder to the lesser offence of manslaughter?’



Koudryavtsev stated: ‘I understand the concept but I believe I was in control.’

He stays in custody and will likely be jailed for all times on October 11.