28-year-old boxer, Gary Chu is believed to have murdered his date, Yee-min Huang, after the pair met on dating app, Tinder, before going on to kill himself in Taiwan because she reportedly lied about being a virgin.
The lady who is suspected to have been cheating on him with other men, was found butchered and distributed into seven bags. CCTV footage captured Yee-min’s final movements as she followed the suspect up the stairwell to his flat. She was never seen alive again after that. Her brother tried to message his sister to warn her about Chu, but he never received a response, having lost contact with her on May 19.
After Huang had been missing for a week, her brother on May 26 announced on Facebook that he was searching for her, believing she was being held against her will by Chu. Huang was concerned for his sister’s safety because Chu had committed acts of violence against his ex-wife and was convicted of drug offenses.
In evening of that same day, Chu responded on Facebook that he had never been mean or violent to Huang, much less hold her against her will. Chu claimed that he asked her to leave, but she begged him to let her come back.
“After we met on Tinder, she lied to me saying she was a virgin.
“I felt deceived and betrayed when I found out she had been lying and also cheating on me with other men” he wrote.
The boxer said that over the past several days that she was missing, she was actually with him. Chu said though he helped her lie to her parents that they had been together for six months, the two had actually only known each other for two months and they met each other through the hookup app Tinder.
The amateur MMA fighter and boxing trainer living in New Taipei City’s Banqiao District in North Taiwan, was found hanged a few days later. A suicide note that follows the virgin post reads, “She wronged me” was also found by police.
After Huang’s brother contacted police, they searched Chu’s residence in New Taipei City’s Banqiao District, but he was nowhere to be found and no one, including his family had been able to reach him for a number of days. Police then checked surveillance cameras inside his apartment stairwell and discovered Huang had last been seen climbing the stairs with Chu to enter his apartment on May 20.
When police reviewed surveillance footage from outside his building, the boxer could be seen at 1 a.m. on May 22 carrying seven trash bags outside of his home and burying them in various locations in a nearby flower garden.
Yesterday evening (May 27) police announced unearthing Huang’s remains scattered in seven trash bags, which had been buried in a flower garden. At 5 a.m. this morning (May 28), Chu was found to have hanged himself from a tree near the Ministry of Health and Welfare Hospital in Xinzhuang District.