The distraught husband of tragic Benidorm fall Scot Kirsty Maxwell is demanding answers from the five men who last saw her alive.
Grieving Adam Maxwell has gone public for the first time since his wife plunged 100ft from a Benidorm apartment balcony on a hen-do two weeks ago.
He claims “something dark” happened in the apartment where five men on drink and drugs partied with wife Kirsty, before the fall.
The husband hit out at suggestions the 27-year-old woman was suicidal, on drugs, or trying to leap into a tower block pool.
Adam, also 27, said: “Something dark happened in that room — and I won’t rest until I know the truth.
“Kirsty was happy and healthy and had everything to live for.
“It’s crazy to suggest she killed herself.
“The men in the room suggested she was high on drugs, but I’ve been with her nine years and know she hated drugs.
“She didn’t even smoke.
“Only these five men know the answer and I’m amazed that they have been allowed to fly home to the UK after giving contradictory statements.
“I have lost the love of my life just as we were about to start a family and I’m devastated — absolutely heartbroken.
“But I’m also struggling to control my anger and frustration.
“I want these men ordered back to Spain to explain exactly what happened.”
Kirsty, from Livingston, died after apparently wandering into the 10th floor room by mistake at the two-star Apartamentos Payma.
Suspect Joseph Graham, 32, said in a statement last week Kirsty looked “mad, drunk or drugged” when she was in the room.