Cold-blooded killer Chris Watts “facetimed” his mistress from his marital bed the same day he murdered his wife and two young daughters, explosive court documents exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com revealed.
Nichol Kessinger, the woman Chris was having an affair with before he killed his entire family, told the Colorado Bureau of Investigation that she was on a video phone call with him just hours after he had smothered his daughters, Celeste and Bella, and his pregnant wife, Shanann Watts.
“Nichol recalled on August 13, 2018 she and Chris ‘facetimed.’ During the video call Chris was laying on a mattress that did not have sheets on it,” the 2,000-page document released by the Weld County, Colorado, District Attorney’s Office revealed.
“Chris said he was cleaning his home and trying to keep busy to keep his mind off things. Nichol inquired why the bed did not have sheets on it and Chris told her he had washed the sheets.”
Chris pled guilty to killing his wife and children in their home and was sentenced to five life terms without the possibility of parole.
According to the documents, hours after dumping his daughters in oil tanks and burying his wife, he was video chatting with the women he had been cheating on his wife with for months.
“Chris was quiet during the video call and did not say much. Nichol said Chris was fixated on her and was staring at her during the video call,” the documents read.
“Chris also told Nichol he had to wash his children’s sheets as ‘they smell.’ Nichol was suspicious of this comment as Chris was so clean and she did not know why the kids’ sheets would be dirty.”
Kessinger’s relationship with Chris was clearly not a secret to the wife he murdered, the court documents revealed.
“Nichol also admitted Chris had lied about going to see a baseball game the previous weekend so he could sneak away with her for a romantic meal with her at the Lazy Dog Bar," the papers claimed. "The secret couple also almost got discovered after Shanann - away on a business trip in Arizona - became suspicious of the $60 charge he ran up on his credit card.”
The documents regarding the sickening case noted that Kessinger asked the CBI agent for help after she gave the details.
“After my conversation with Nichol she requested assistance dealing with trauma from this case. I spoke with Colorado Bureau of Investigation Victim Advocate,” the report stated.
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