Lesbian killed and dismembered by woman with secret boyfriend who tricked her into Tinder date

A woman was murdered and dismembered after being lured onto a Tinder date by a woman with a secret boyfriend who wanted a threesome.

Sydney Loofe, 24, was reported missing the day after her date with Bailey Boswell, 24, in November last year, and weeks later her remains were discovered in several bin bags.

On Monday, Boswell and her boyfriend Aubrey Trail, 51, were charged by a court in Nebraska with first-degree murder and improper disposal of human skeletal remains.

The court documents state that Trail strangled Loofe with an extension chord.

The night she died was Loofe’s second date with Boswell, after going out with her the previous night.

She told her friend and colleague Terra Gehring that she was “excited” to see Boswell again.

Bailey Boswell lured Loofe on a second date and didn’t tell her she had a boyfriend who wanted a threesome (Faney County Sheriff’s Office)

Gehring told KETV in November: “She texted me and told me about the date she had (and) how great it went and she was excited to go on another date with her again Wednesday night.”

Loofe was last seen on alive on November 15, and her remains were discovered on December 4.

Despite her murder being determined as not accidental, Trail insists it was and that Loofe was willingly participating in a sexual fantasy with him and at least two other women when she died and that she had something around her neck.

Aubrey Trail says he deserves the death sentence for Loofe’s death (Faney County Sheriff’s Office)

In a phone call to the World-Herald he said: “It wasn’t supposed to go to the extreme it went, of course not. It wasn’t meant that she was to die.”

He added: “It was suffocation. It happened in Saline County.

“A life for a life — that’s the rules in my world. I should be put to death.

“Try me. Charge me. Let’s get justice for Sydney Loofe.”