I thought psycho murderer was my soulmate and even got his name tattooed on my neck, now I'm maimed for life

A MUM told how she is "maimed" for life by having a knife murderer's name tattooed on her neck.

Natalie Mallette, 37, believed evil Norman Duncan, 43, was her soulmate when she agreed to £80 matching inkings.

She had his nickname "Nozzie" etched on her neck and their initials on her wrist.

But they are now a daily reminder of her monster ex, who was last month caged for at least 20 years for stabbing innocent gran Margaret Robertson, 54, to death at her flat in Aberdeen.

Natalie, from the city, said: "He's maimed me forever – and I let him do it.

"I regret it in a big way because I see his name every time I look in the mirror.

"When I've got my hair up I'm terrified someone might see and know it's his name."

Natalie was 21 when a pal put her in touch with Duncan, who was in jail for violence. They became penpals and she visited him at Aberdeen's Craiginches nick.

When he got out, they moved in together, but within days he'd began beating her.

The pair ended up sleeping rough in London before Duncan was caged again.

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When he was freed, they got hooked on drugs.

The mum of three finally split with the brute for good in 2011 when he was sent back to jail.

She said: "He's the devil disguised as a human being. He battered me black and blue time and again but I'd lie that I'd fallen down stairs."

Natalie told how learning the maniac had killed Margaret in 2019 "brought everything back". It emerged he had 74 previous convictions and 58 jail terms.

Natalie, now training in social care to help other domestic abuse victims, added: "I feel lucky that I escaped him but I'm guilty all the time.

"Would things have turned out different if I'd reported him?"

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