‘You never know what can happen’: Chilling words of TV star in her final interview before she was shot dead in murder-suicide by Brit oil tycoon husband in ‘row over texts’ at their luxury Turkish villa

A TV star who was killed in a horrific murder-suicide by her British oil tycoon husband said in her final interview before her death ‘you never know what can happen’, it has been revealed. 

Comedian and singer Victoria Vera Blyth’s life was cut short when her husband David Thomas Blyth killed them both with a gun in their home in Turkey’s capital, Ankara, on Tuesday, June 11.

Blyth was an oil tycoon, owning and running the international firm ASG Inspection, and had three children with his wife, who presented the Morning Show on Europe 2 alongside Czech broadcaster Leoš Mareš.

She was also heavily involved in charity work, running an organisation that set up Ankara’s first ever half-marathon.  

Just months before her husband brutally murdered her, the TV presenter said in her final interview that while she had a lot of ideas for future projects, ‘I don’t like to plan completely into the future, because you never know what can happen.’

A friend of her’s told Blesk.cz that Victoria planned on buying a ranch and returning to her music.  

Comedian and singer Victoria Vera Blyth’s (pictured) life was cut short when her husband killed her 

Oil tycoon David Thomas Blyth (pictured, right) killed them both with a gun in their home in Turkey's capital, Ankara

Oil tycoon David Thomas Blyth (pictured, right) killed them both with a gun in their home in Turkey’s capital, Ankara

No one else was injured during the deadly incident, which reportedly stemmed from a heated argument over the presenter's texts

No one else was injured during the deadly incident, which reportedly stemmed from a heated argument over the presenter’s texts

She presented the Morning Show on Europe 2 alongside Czech broadcaster Leo¿ Mare¿

She presented the Morning Show on Europe 2 alongside Czech broadcaster Leo¿ Mare¿

The couple’s three children, aged four, ten and 14, were reportedly in the house at the time and have been placed in the care of their mother’s family, who travelled to Turkey following the tragedy, according to local media.

No one else was injured during the deadly incident, which reportedly stemmed from a heated argument over the presenter’s texts.

The pair married in 2014 and lived together in Prague for several years before moving to Turkey after Blyth’s work took him to the Middle East.

Victoria was born in South Africa and moved to the Czech Republic as a young woman with her family. She studied music at university and became famous after releasing her first album in 2004.

She also dedicated much of her time to charity work, working with the Czech organisation Velvet Smile, which helps ‘improve the quality of life for families of sick and disabled children, and victims of domestic abuse’, according to its website.

Blyth and her husband left three children behind

Blyth and her husband left three children behind 

The murder-suicide reportedly stemmed from a heated argument over the presenter's texts

The murder-suicide reportedly stemmed from a heated argument over the presenter’s texts

Victoria was born in South Africa and moved to the Czech Republic as a young woman with her family

Victoria was born in South Africa and moved to the Czech Republic as a young woman with her family

She also dedicated much of her time to charity work

She also dedicated much of her time to charity work

Victoria also founded DazSpor, the organisers of running races across Turkey, including a half-marathon in the country’s capital.

The charity said in a social media post: ‘We are deeply saddened by the passing of founder of DazSpor Mrs. Victoria Blyth.’

Her sister, Alexandra, wrote a tribute to her sister on Instagram, and revealed her family had only recently buried their father.

The post read: ‘It is with deep sadness and pain that I have to announce that my beloved and beautiful sister, the sunshine of our lives who brought us so much joy, with her laughter, positive spirit, drive and energy, has left us forever.

‘Please, I’m begging you all, give us time for the sake of the children.

‘My family is going through a very difficult time because they lost both parents. We recently buried our father and now our sister and brother-in-law and we need time to recover, but most of all we need to be here for the children.

‘We really appreciate your beautiful messages, but in these difficult times we need time to breathe.’

Blyth was an oil tycoon, owning and running the international firm ASG Inspection, and had three children with his wife

Blyth was an oil tycoon, owning and running the international firm ASG Inspection, and had three children with his wife

Victoria studied music at university and rose to fame after releasing her first album in 2004

Victoria's body, meanwhile, remains in Turkey

Victoria studied music at university and rose to fame after releasing her first album in 2004

Blyth’s remains are said to have been handed back to his family, who are taking them back to Scotland. Victoria’s body, meanwhile, remains in Turkey.

Police are still investigating the tragic incident.

A spokesperson for the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office told the Sun: ‘We are supporting the family of a British man who has died in Turkey and are in contact with the local authorities.’

A spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic added: ‘I can confirm that a Czech citizen died a violent death in Türkiye.

‘Our embassy in Ankara is in contact with her family and is providing consular assistance. With regard to the survivors, we will not provide any further information.’

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