A new witness has claimed newlywed Kirsty Maxwell may have climbed down the side of the Benidorm hotel before plunging to her death.
Kirsty, 28, died after falling 10 floors from the Apartmentos Payma hotel while on a hen do in April.
Mrs Maxwell, who was from West Lothian in Scotland, is said to have wandered into a hotel room where five men were staying.
Now, a guest at a hotel opposite, Hotel Presidente, has told how someone was attempting to climb to a lower floor at the time her tragic death occurred, reports the Daily Record.
Former detective David Swindle, who is acting as a consultant to the family, said: “This guy came forward who gave us really detailed information about seeing the police activity.
“He took some snapshots of what was going on and he said at that time, while the police were there, there were Spanish-speaking people shouting from their balcony at the Hotel Presidente.
“They were shouting at police while pointing to the floor where Kirsty had been in as well as also pointing down. He got the impression someone was climbing from that balcony to get to the floors below.”
Brits Ricky Gammon, 31, Anthony Holehouse, 34, Callum Northridge, 27, and Daniel Bailey, 32, appeared in court in Spain on Wednesday and denied any involvement Kirsty’s death.
In a statement released on their behalf, the four men expressed sympathy to the woman’s family and told the Nottingham Post their names have been “dragged through the mud”.
In their statement, the four men who attended the court hearing, said: “This was a tragic…