Teenager charged with murder after woman, 20, died days before Christmas as family pay tribute to… – The Sun

A TEENAGER has been charged with murder after a 20-year-old woman died days before Christmas.
Courtney Boorne was found fighting for life at a flat in Liverpool at around 4.40pm on Thursday.
Cops had rushed to the property following reports of a disturbance in Northwood, Merseyside.
She was taken to hospital but, despite medics' best efforts, was later pronounced dead.
Liam Cain, 19, has today been charged with murder. He is due to appear in court on Wednesday.
The 20-year-old's family and friends said they have been left in "total disbelief" since losing Courtney days before Christmas.
A fundraising page has now been set up for them in the hopes of raising £5,000 for her funeral at this difficult time of year.
More than £2,000 had been raised by this evening.
The GoFundMe page reads: "We are in total disbelief, last night we got the worst news.
"[We're] still trying to come to terms with what’s happened, and due to it being on Christmas Eve, it’s been very difficult for all of the family and would appreciate every penny you can donate."
Tributes have poured in on the page for the "beautiful girl taken too soon".
Emotional tributes have also been flowing on family Facebook pages.
The Liverpool Echo reported one person wrote: "So sad, RIP Courtney thinking of all her family."
Another wrote: "So sad to wake up to this news today, can't believe it. Court, fly high beautiful. Thinking of all the family at this heartbroken time."
And a third said: "Rest in peace Courtney – you will be sadly missed. My heart is broken for you and your family, all the girls are heartbroken."
Another said: "Brightest star in the sky. Forever 20 our beautiful angel, goodnight baby girl see you in my dreams."
The fundraising page four Courtney's funeral can be found here.
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