The Man Accused Of Killing And Sexually Assaulting Eurydice Dixon Has Pleaded Guilty

    He will appear in the Supreme Court of Victoria on November 13.

    Jaymes Todd, 19, has pleaded guilty to the rape and murder of Melbourne woman Eurydice Dixon.

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    Jaymes Todd.

    Dixon's body was found on a Carlton North soccer pitch by a passer-by shortly before 3am on June 13.

    Dixon, 22, had performed stand-up comedy at the Highlander Bar in the Melbourne CBD on June 12. The event finished at 10:30pm, and police alleged that Dixon was attacked on her way home.

    Todd handed himself in on the day Dixon's body was found, after CCTV footage was circulated by police.

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    The order of service for Eurydice Dixon's funeral.

    Appearing via video link in Melbourne Magistrates Court, Todd pleaded guilty on Thursday afternoon to murder, rape, attempted rape and sexual assault.

    He will appear in the Supreme Court of Victoria on November 13.

    In September, another man pleaded guilty to vandalising a memorial to Dixon.

    Andrew Nolch, 31, said his decision to graffiti a 25-metre-long lewd image on the grass in the park where her body was found was an "an attack on feminism".

    Gina Rushton is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Sydney.

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