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He told police he waited for Beckman in her garage and had killed the other woman because he felt they had both jilted him, according to an arrest report.
A woman in Las Vegas has filed a lawsuit against online dating service Match. He was being held as a murder suspect before he committed suicide in jail. A Las Vegas woman who was severely beaten by a man she met through Match.
According to her lawsuit, Ridley then "stomped and kicked" her in the head until she "stopped making the gurgling noise" and left her for dead.
Many of the details of Beckman's attack came from Ridley himself when police later questioned him.
Ridley “brutally stabbed [Beckman] 10 times with a knife about her head, face and upper body, until the overwhelming force he applied to the stabbing caused the knife to break,” according to court documents.
A neighbor found Beckman and she was rushed to the hospital where she endured multiple surgeries over several weeks.
Online dating is no less safe than meeting someone "at a bar or at church," said Match spokeswoman Eva Ross."What happened to Mary Kay Beckman is horrible, but this lawsuit is absurd," Ross said in a statement.