He said: "I used to check up on her all the time, I was incredibly protective."One day when I was taking her over some shopping, I noticed she was looking brighter, and she told me she'd met someone online."She showed me their messages to one another and I was horrified.
They were very sexual and he'd even sent her pictures of his privates."I feared he was just after one thing, and told her as much.
All she wanted to do was find her soulmate."She wore her heart on her sleeve."She was kind and caring – a lovely woman."Sharon started looking on internet dating sites in 2013, when she was off work with depression.
And Stephen, who is a father-of-seven, feared that men were taking advantage of his susceptible younger sister.
He is appealing for women in violent relationships to seek help, and be cautious when online dating.
The 44-year-old said: "Sharon was the kindest, most loving sister.
The court heard Ramsey pinned her against the wall in the communal entrance hall, punching her repeatedly in the face until she slumped to the ground.Just three days later, on July 13, 2014, police found her dead in her flat in Liverpool.And now Stephan, from Wirral, Merseyside, is determined that his sister's death will not in vain.The next day, Ramsey attempted to call the woman and left two voicemail messages telling her he was sorry, he had sobered up and felt something had happened that “wasn't good”.He was arrested a week later thanks to a DNA match and CCTV footage showing him on a bus near the scene.
He told how his sibling suffered more than 90 injuries, including being stabbed in the liver, spleen, lungs and heart with a four-and-a-half inch knife.