UK: Julian Aubrey, LGBTI activist found stabbed to death in London home

A counsellor met by Princess Anne in recognition of his work with victims of sexual abuse has been found stabbed to death inside his west London flat.

Julian Aubrey, 55, was found suffering multiple knife wounds in his home in Earl’s Court on Monday afternoon. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Detectives today appealed for witnesses to come forward as neighbours described hearing screams in the early hours.

Mr Aubrey was a former co-chairman of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea LGBT liaison group and was pictured in 2014 meeting Princess Anne at Kensington town hall.

He described himself as a counsellor who worked with victims of sexual abuse and offered training to patients dealing with “embedded pain”. Read more via Evening Standard