SPANISH cops have arrested a Brit model after her Irish drug-dealer ex was found buried in a shallow grave next to a motorway.
Mily Leonard, 23, was hauled in for questioning along with current boyfriend Wayne Walsh, after Carl Carr was killed in a suspected love-triangle murder.
Walsh is suspected of murdering the convicted drug dealer with a knuckleduster before using bleach to scrub evidence from the Costa Blanca villa they shared.
The body was found buried by the AP-7 motorway between Benijofar and Algorfa, a 20-minute drive north from where the missing Irishman was last seen.
Party girl Mily – who boasted of her luxury lifestyle by posing in skimpy shorts on the bonnet of a Hummer – is languishing in prison after being accused of “concealing” her man’s alleged homicide.
Cops have confirmed they suspect Dubliner Carr was beaten to death over a “love triangle” involving Walsh’s ex – supporting the dead man’s mum who has insisted the killing had nothing to do with drugs.
Walsh bragged to friends he had got rid of him after he went missing
Local in Torrevieia, Spain
Locals in the holiday resort of Torrevieja say Walsh was seeing Mily again after a split as well as sleeping with a pretty British bar manager.
One said: “Walsh bragged to friends he had got rid of him after he went missing.
“Everyone was talking about Carr being seen out and about with Mily before he disappeared.
“She is very pretty and would turn heads whenever she walked into a room.”
Carr was last seen at the Cabo Roig resort near Torrevieja, leaving his British girlfriend Danielle Coupe to plead on social media: “Has anybody seen Carl? He’s been missing since Saturday.
“Me, his family and friends are going out of our minds with worry.
“Anyone who was at Ambiguous can you message with the last time you saw him please.”
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The expat hairdresser admitted today she was aware arrests had taken place but added: “I can’t say anything, I’m not allowed.”
In 2008, Gardai pounced after mounting a surveillance operation at St Joseph’s Hospital in Dublin and seeing maintenance man Declan Broderick hand over drugs to Carr.
Broderick and Carr were both sentenced to eight years in prison.
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