A husband killed his wife and dumped her body by a motorway in a suitcase after they rowed over his use of casual sex websites, a court has heard.

Paul Grabham, 26, denies murdering Kirsty Grabham, 24, at their flat in Swansea after a night out.

The court heard Mr Grabham met his wife at a massage parlour where she worked as a prostitute.

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The prosecution said the Grabhams had a row during a night out in Swansea after they fell out over his suspected use of casual sex websites.

Gregg Taylor, prosecuting said: "Paul Grabham knew she worked as a prostitute because that is how he met her, in a massage parlour." He said the couple set up a website "offering their services separately or together." But within months of marrying, Mr Grabham began accessing websites which were used by people looking for casual sex with strangers.

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