Transcript for Secret girlfriend reveals victim's final words
chilling testimony in the murder trial of a man who is accused of murdering his fiance, the mother of his child, in Colorado. You'll remember the surveillance of her last seen on Thanksgiving a year ago with her little girl. Tonight, his secret girlfriend now revealing what were the final words. Here's ABC's Clayton Sandell. Reporter: Krystal Kenney Lee walked into a Colorado courthouse today, the star witness in the murder trial against her former lover, Patrick Frazee. You see him? He's in cuffs. Reporter: Frazee is accused of murdering his fiance, Kelsey Berreth, last seen shopping Thanksgiving day with the couple's daughter. Lee testifying, "He wanted her not to be a problem anymore." Investigators allege he tricked Berreth into wearing a blindfold to smell scented candles, then beat her to death with a baseball bat. Lee says Frazee told her Berreth's last words were "Please stop." I learned that Patrick Frazee had committed a homicide. Reporter: Lee testified she was in love with Frazee but fearing for her own life, agreed to get rid of Berreth's cell phone and clean up the grisly crime scene at her condo. All these times, in the last year-plus, that you have not told the truth. So, everything in the last ten hours is the truth? And just happens to be what you need to say to keep you out of Lee said, "It's the trust." Frazee has pleaded not guilty. Lee has pleaded guilty to destroying evidence. She could be sentenced to anything from probation to three years in prison. David? Clay son, thank you. When we come back tonight, that 345i jor recall.
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