During his testimony in his ex-girlfriend’s murder trial, Colin Strickland, who was allegedly involved in a love triangle, provided important new information about Caitlyn Armstrong. Strickland revealed that he had a complicated relationship with Armstrong for almost three years.
He also disclosed that he had a romantic connection with pro cyclist Anna Mo Wilson while on a break with Armstrong. Strickland admitted to staying in touch with Wilson and saving her number under a fake name to avoid conflict with Armstrong.
Text messages from May of last year were also presented as evidence, showing the two discussing their plans before Wilson’s murder. Strickland dropped Wilson off at her friend’s apartment, where she was later found dead. Prosecutors claim that security cameras placed Armstrong’s Jeep Cherokee at the crime scene and argue that jealousy led her to kill Wilson. However, the defense disputes this, stating that there is no direct or eyewitness evidence against Armstrong.
The defense also attempted to challenge the prosecution’s assertion of jealousy by questioning the credibility of the Jeep’s presence at the scene, suggesting that many people had access to it. Strickland testified that he shared the security code to his home with approximately 30 individuals and kept keys to his and Armstrong’s vehicles in a common area.
The trial is ongoing in Dallas..