Charles McKenzie Ross Evans Wiki
Charles McKenzie Ross Evans Biography
Charles McKenzie Ross Evans, 47, was released last August and sentenced to two years and eight months behind bars for the death of 41-year-old circus performer Alicia Little, at her property in Kyneton in the region of Victoria in December 2017.
The mother of four suffered catastrophic injuries when she was crushed into a water tank by the Toyota HiLux driven by her fiancé and she died at the scene.Evans was sentenced to four years in jail with a two-and-a-half-year parole period after he pleaded guilty to causing death by dangerous driving and failure to provide assistance after a car accident.
An initial murder charge was demoted after settling with prosecutors.
He moved to Forbes in west-central New South Wales to live with his mother following her release from a Victorian prison six months ago and has since joined online dating in her search for a new one. Start.
Charles McKenzie Ross Evans has joined a dating website since his release from jail after serving time over the death of his fiancee Alicia Little in late 2017
Evans will remain on probation until December 2024 and is prohibited from drinking alcohol and driving as part of his current probation conditions.
He has been spotted in the country town and has joined the popular Elite Singles dating site, news.com.au reported.
A profile on the site says Charles, 47, of Forbes is “enjoying life” and looking for “love, happiness, friendship, chemistry” in a relationship.
The online profile adds that he would make more wishes if he had one.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Elite Singles for comment.
The dating site describes itself on its website as a partnership service designed for Australian singles looking for a long-term commitment and attracts 20,000 new members every month.
Mother-of-four Alisha Little was killed in 2017 after being hit with the Toyota HiLux
Evans was unrepentant and tried to lay the blame for Ms Little’s death when he was approached by Seven News at Melbourne Airport following his parole release last year.
“I have nothing to say to you,” he said.
“Mental illness caused her death, not me.”
Ms. Little’s family was devastated by the news of Evans’ release.
“I just need people to know him, know his name and remember him,” his mother Lee told Seven News at the time.
Evans had been living with Ms. Little in Kyneton, 87 kilometers northwest of Melbourne at the time.
He had allegedly been in an abusive relationship with her four years before she died on December 28, 2017, two weeks after he proposed to her.
But by Christmas the relationship was irreparable and he decided to end the relationship.
The Victoria Supreme Court heard in 2019 how Ms Little called the police and asked for help moments before her car hit her.
In the 24 hours before her death, she texted her mother to tell her that she was breaking up with Evans.
In the next 24 hours there will be a lot of drama, ‘she wrote.
The next day she was hit by Evans’s car.
“Two weeks before her death, you asked for her hand in marriage,” Judge Lesley Taylor told Evans during sentencing.
“Their four-year relationship was marked by episodes of family violence.”
The court heard that Ms. Little had called the police on several occasions about allegations of abuse.
But by Christmas 2017, the relationship was irreparable and she decided to end the relationship.
‘You said deep down, words to the effect of’ Bring your brother, bring your uncles, I don’t care, I’m an Evans, bring everyone. ”
Mother of four, Alicia Little died after she decided to end her relationship with Charles McKenzie Ross Evans.