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Hassan, who was known as 'Ali', tricked her to go to the Dennis kebab shop in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, where he had worked previously and still had the keys for, the court heard.
Alan Blake, prosecuting, said: 'It is the prosecution case that by September 18 last year Ali had become jealous and controlling over Zofia.'Despite their continuing relationship, she remained living with her partner rather than moving in with him.'She continued to drink too much and to enjoy the attentions of other men.'Having been convinced that he could change her, by the weekend of September 17 and 18, it must have become apparent to Ali that she was not going to conform according to his wishes.'However he was quite unable to let her go and quite unable to allow anyone else to have her.
Hassan faces one charge of murder while Usman Ansar, both of High Wycombe, faces one count of perverting the course of justice.
Her new relationship sparked a series of stalking incidents which ended in her death, Reading Crown Court was told.
CCTV footage showed 'utterly fixated' Hassan hiding behind bins to stalk her weeks before he carried her 'limp and completely floppy' body out of a takeaway shop and into a taxi, the court heard.
A net curtain which had been taken from Hassan's home was used to form handloops to strangle or bind her, the court was told.
A post-mortem examination which was carried out on her body at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, Aylesbury, revealed that there was no alcohol in her body at the time of her death.
The cause of death was found to be asphyxia consistent with compression of the neck.