A ‘honey trap’ teen who lured a man to his death so her accomplices could steal his BMW can be named for the first time.
Chloe Harkins-Turner, 18, met Ayodeji Habeeb Azeez, 22, in a car park in Anerley, southeast London, before he was murdered on August 4, 2018.
She chatted to him on Snapchat and invited him to spend time together in person before he was stabbed 16 times to his torso, back and shoulders by Kevin Lusala, 22.
Mr Azeez managed to stagger out of the car park where he was ambushed leaving a blood trail and collapsed on the floor just outside the entrance.
A doctor tried in vain to save his life by performing an emergency operation in the street.
Police and paramedics also struggled to stem the blood loss from his horrific stab wounds.
Harkins-Turner, of south London, admitted conspiracy to rob during the trial and was sentenced to a three-year youth rehabilitation order in January this year.
Harkins-Turner, who turned 18 in April, returned to the Old Bailey after flouting her curfew.
She admitted breaching the community order and was released on bail ahead of sentence on 24 July.
Lusala, of Orpington, Kent, was jailed for life for murder and conspiracy to rob and must serve a minimum of 30 years before he can be considered for parole.
Chaise Gray, 24, of Croydon, was convicted of conspiracy to rob and jailed for 10 years.