Five British men including a cage fighter and a convicted conman were staying in a room from where a British woman fell to her death from a tenth-floor balcony.
Account manager Joseph Graham, 32, from Nottingham, admitted that he let Kirsty Maxwell into their room in Benidorm before she fell 100ft and died.
One of the men staying there was Ricky Gammon, 31, a British kickboxing champion and cage fighter, who was part of the party on a birthday holiday.
Ricky Gammon, 31, a British kickboxing champion and cage fighter, was staying in the room from where it is believed Kirsty Maxwell fell to her death in Benidorm
Joseph Graham (left), 32, who was questioned by Spanish police on suspicion of homicide, and Anthony Holehouse, 34, who was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in 2014 over a £153,000 fraud, were also staying in the room
Kirsty Maxwell, 27, who died after falling from a tenth-floor balcony in Benidorm, married her husband Alex (pictured together) eight months before her tragic death on Saturday
Another of the men was Anthony Holehouse, 34, who was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in 2014 over a £153,000 fraud, The Sun reports.
It is believed that Mrs Maxwell, 27, may have been sleepwalking when she walked up to the room in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Mr Graham also admitted being questioned by police over a sex attack he was never charged with. He has been bailed and returned home, insisting he is not involved.
Callum Northridge, 27, from Hucknall, Daniel Bailey, 32, from Papplewick, near Hucknall, were the other two men in the apartment.
Mr Graham was arrested on suspicion of homicide and spent two nights in a police cell before being allowed to return to his Nottingham home on Tuesday.
Mrs Maxwell had been at the resort with 20 others. Her room was directly below that of Mr Graham, 32, and four friends who were in a separate party.
The JustGiving target on Mrs Maxwell’s crowdfunding page was £10,000, but it has already passed the £30,000 mark following donations from nearly 1,000 people
Mr Maxwell said that the ‘amount of support shown is a true testament to Kirsty’s character’
Investigators have not determined if Mrs Maxwell was pushed, jumped or fell the 100ft, and are yet to drop the investigation into recruitment manager Mr Graham.
Officers are said to believe Mrs Maxwell’s death was an accident, with no signs of any criminality. Staff at the apartment block believe she fell, possibly after leaning too far over the balcony rail.
‘We do not think it was a criminal act but just an accident,’ said a member of staff at the front desk. ‘Accidents do happen. This is one of them.’
The heartbroken husband of Mrs Maxwell revealed his grief at losing his ‘best friend’ after just eight months of marriage.
Mrs Maxwell, from Livingston, West Lothian, had been at the Costa Blanca hotel with 20 other hen party guests when she fell ten storeys early on Saturday morning.
Now, her husband Adam, also 27, has spoken of his shock as he thanked well-wishers who have donated £30,000 to an appeal for her body to be brought home.
Mrs Maxwell died instantly after plunging 100ft from the two-star holiday block in Benidorm in the early hours. Pictured: The balcony below the one from which Mrs Maxwell fell
The terrifying view from a balcony looking down at where Mrs Maxwell, 27, fell to her death
Mr Graham, 32, who was quizzed by Spanish police, insisted he was innocent in a statement
Mr Maxwell, who only married her last September, wrote on the JustGiving page: ‘I cannot thank you all enough for helping me and the family get our beautiful girl home.
‘The amount of support shown is a true testament to Kirsty’s character and how many people’s lives she touched.
‘I know anyone that has come into contact with Kirsty over the years would struggle not to love and adore her. Kirsty was my wife, my best friend and my world. I will never stop missing her.’
The JustGiving target on her crowdfunding page was £10,000, but it has already passed the £30,000 mark following donations from nearly 1,000 people.
Among those leaving messages of support was Annette Fleming, who said: ‘I’ve known Kirsty for over 20 years and she was one of the most beautiful girls ever.’
Elaine Urquhart said: ‘So sorry to hear this about such a beautiful lady, gonna miss you.’ And Debbie Crocker added: ‘Thinking of you all at such a sad time.’
Mrs Maxwell’s devastated husband Adam, whom she only married last September, has thanked those who donated to an appeal for her body to be flown home
Police are said to believe Mrs Maxwell’s death was an accident, with no signs of any criminality
Holiday: Mrs Maxwell (bottom right wearing green jacket) was pictured with a hen party before before leaving the airport for Benidorm
In a statement released by Mr Graham’s partner Harriet Burley, who is the mother of his young children, he said: ‘I have been advised by my Spanish lawyer that despite me not being charged with any wrongdoing, the investigation into this tragic accident is still ongoing.
‘Therefore … I am unable to say anything at this time other than that I am innocent of any wrongdoing.’
Mrs Maxwell went to bed at about 4am on Saturday at the Apartamentos Payma.
It is believed she woke up shortly before 8am, left her flat dressed but barefoot, and was let into the men’s apartment after knocking on the door.
Mr Graham is understood to have told police she had been acting ‘mad, drunk or drugged’.
Mr Graham is understood to have told police she headed for the bathroom before trying to get through an internal window then going on to the balcony. Pictured: The swimming pool below
Staff at the apartment block believe she fell, possibly after leaning too far over the balcony rail
Well-wishers have raised £30,000 to bring Mrs Maxwell’s body back from Benidorm (above)
He said she headed for the bathroom before trying to get through an internal window then going on to the balcony.
Mrs Maxwell died instantly after plunging 100ft from the two-star holiday block. Detectives are understood to be considering whether she had been sleepwalking before she fell.
On Tuesday, a friend of Mr Graham said the fact he had not been charged and could return to the UK ‘speaks for itself’.
Mr Graham appeared before a judge on Monday after reportedly being too drunk to make a statement to police when arrested at his hotel room.
Judge Ana Garcia Isabel Galbis rejected the plea from Mrs Maxwell’s family to remand him in custody. But she warned he may have to return to Spain.
Investigators said there was no evidence at this stage pointing to criminal wrongdoing but her family, who have travelled to the resort, have hired a lawyer to fight for a prosecution.