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Rachel Hudson (Rachel Helen Hilda Manger) was born on 4 August, 1983 in Leicester, United Kingdom, is a Hairdresser. Discover Rachel Hudson's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 21 years old?

Popular As Rachel Helen Hilda Manger
Occupation Hairdresser
Age 21 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 4 August 1983
Birthday 4 August
Birthplace Leicester, United Kingdom
Date of death March 17, 2004,
Died Place Nottingham, United Kingdom
Nationality English

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Rachel Hudson Height, Weight & Measurements

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Who Is Rachel Hudson's Husband?

Her husband is Craig Hudson (m. 2002)

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Children two

Rachel Hudson Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Rachel Hudson worth at the age of 21 years old? Rachel Hudson’s income source is mostly from being a successful . She is from English. We have estimated Rachel Hudson's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
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2005

On 21 December 2005, Craig Hudson, Rachel's husband, Craig's parents, Ron and Trudi Hudson, his brother Ronald, and Elisabeth Hogg, who lived with the family as the girlfriend of another brother, Shane, were convicted of her murder. The Hudson parents were sentenced to a minimum of 20 years, Ronald Junior to a minimum of 17 years, and Craig and Hogg to a minimum of 14 years each. Shane, Charlene, and Emile Hudson were convicted of conspiring to pervert the course of justice by covering up the repeated abuse, and later sentenced to 4 years imprisonment, 3 and a half years imprisonment, and 3 years supervision respectively.

2004

In January 2004, copies of a letter from Rachel were sent to her father, police, and Nottingham City Council social services, saying

Her battered body was found 18 March 2004, in a rolled-up carpet on the grounds of Newstead Abbey, Nottinghamshire. It weighed only six stone (84 lb or 36 kg), and was covered with burns and bruises. There were a total of 60 separate injuries. Her ear was scarred and swollen, had split in half, and become infected; her mouth was injured so much that her bottom lip had detached. She had eleven broken ribs. The ultimate cause of death had been thrombosis from a blood clot in her brain, brought on by septicaemia, dehydration and repeated assaults. The injuries were such that police at first thought they had found the body of a young boy. Police took weeks to identify her, launching an appeal on the BBC TV programme Crimewatch and consulting Interpol. She was 20 years old.

2003

By February 2003, she was working at the Highfields Nursing Home in Bulwell, and living with the Hudson family, on Overdale Road, in the Stockhill area of Nottingham. Co-worker Penny Taylor described her as changing from "outgoing, talkative" to "quiet and unforthcoming".

The house was overcrowded, and she and her husband moved several times, first in December 2003 to Goverton Square, Bulwell, then, after complaining to the Nottingham City Council that they were still being harassed by their overbearing family, to temporary accommodation in St Anns, Nottingham. The family reported them missing so the police would reveal their address; Craig applied to be re-housed in Lincolnshire to escape the family's influence, but that application was rejected. When no permanent place became available, the Hudsons moved back to the family home in Stockhill, where the violence towards her began.

On 21 November 2003, the Hudsons forced Rachel to make a videotaped "confession", in which she claimed she tried to split up the family, wanted to kill her children, had stolen money from her husband, and had enjoyed working as a prostitute. This would be her last recorded sighting alive, and her parents last heard from her five months before her death. From December 2003, the Hudsons denied any knowledge of where she was, and claimed she had abandoned her family to run off with another man.

2002

Rachel Manger was the daughter of Helen Woodier and Barry Manger, who separated when she was a teenager. She had two younger sisters, Jennifer and Hannah. She came from Leicestershire, where she was a student at Lutterworth Grammar School, worked as a hairdresser, and enjoyed going to funfairs. At the age of 16, she met fairground worker Craig Hudson at a funfair in Nottingham, and married him a few months later, in November 2002. Her mother tried to stop the marriage, and refused to go to the wedding, considering the family "evil". She had a child from a previous relationship, and would have a son with Craig.

1983

Rachel Helen Hilda Manger Hudson (4 August 1983 – body discovered 17 March 2004) was a British murder victim, a mother of two, murdered by her in-laws. The court tried and convicted five members of the family (dubbed "the family from hell" by the Queen's Counsel) in December 2005.