The court in Tenerife now believes Amy Gerard died in a tragic accident.
Officials in Tenerife who have been investigating the tragic death of Amy Gerard from Cleethorpes. Who’s body was found in the sea in Tenerife are now saying that all the evidence points to it being a tragic accident. If new evidence comes to light the case will be re-opened but the criminal investigation has been called off for now.
Forensic experts say 28-year-old whale trainer Amy Gerard’s injuries were consistent with an accidental fall into the sea and her body hitting the rocks.
Amy’s German boyfriend Dennis Kissling appeared in court to give evidence at a private hearing. It was after this that officials confirmed that the judge had concluded that there was no evidence pointing to her death being violent. He will not face any charges unless any new evidence comes to light which points at Amy’s death being the result of a crime.