Melbourne, Feb 3 (ANI): An Australian court has heard that a woman accused of murdering her husband had sent a used condom to one of his lovers.
Eileen Creamer, 53, is charged with killing David Creamer at their home in the regional Victorian city of Moe in February 2008.
A Victorian Supreme Court trial has heard Eileen sent a used condom to one of Creamer's lovers and told the woman her husband was still with her, reports the Herald Sun.
She also asked a psychic to cast spells to help her save her marriage.
Creamer had planned to return to his home country, South Africa, to be with his first wife
It also heard Eileen and her husband were in an open relationship and both had lovers.
Prosecutor Thomas Gyorffy said Eileen killed her husband because she wasn't prepared to accept the relationship was over.
"She wasn't prepared to accept that. The Crown says that is the motive for killing him," he said.
Jurors have seen a police crime scene DVD that shows a bloodied house with Creamer lying on the floor of a bedroom.
The trial is continuing. (ANI)