Cops discovered missing remains of the 28-year-old model after some body parts were left in a refrigerator at a flat rented by her ex father-in-law in Hong Kong.
Four suspects – including Abby’s ex-husband and his dad – were remanded in custody on Monday over her horrific death. The Sun reports.
A seven-seater vehicle police believe Abby was attacked in was pictured being towed away from the scene after officers found blood splatters inside.
On Friday, two legs in the refrigerator, as well as the victim’s ID card, credit cards, and other belongings were discovered in what cops described as a house set up as a butchery site.
The house in the village of Lung Mei – a beachside village around a half-hour drive from the city centre – was equipped with an electric saw and a meat grinder that had been used to mince human flesh, police said.
According to The Sun, human tissue was discovered in pots of soup, but her head, torso and hands were missing.
Police on Sunday found more body parts, including her head and some ribs in a soup pot retrieved from the home, South China Morning Post reported.
Abby’s former husband Alex Kwong, who she had two children with, has now been charged with murder along with his dad and older brother, 31.
Police arrested Abby’s former spouse Kwong, 28, on Saturday as he attempted to flee the city on a speedboat.
He was snared with around £50,000 on him as well as several luxury watches worth more than £400,000, reports CNA.
Pictures showed him being taken to hospital with a bag over his head after he complained about feeling unwell.
Kwong’s mum meanwhile has been charged with perverting the course of justice.
All four appeared at Kowloon City Court on Monday and were denied bail.
Police Superintendant Alan Chung said: ‘We believe all suspects involved in the murder case have been arrested.’
Cops are understood to suspect Abby’s former father-in-law masterminded the whole thing.
Authorities believe Abby – who had graced a magazine cover in Monaco only this month – had financial disputes with her ex-husband and his family over a property costing 100 million Hong Kong dollars (£10.7m), which she had planned to sell.
Chung said: ‘We believe the victim and her ex-husband’s family had many financial disputes involving huge sums.
‘Someone was dissatisfied with how the victim handled her assets, which became a motive to kill.’
Choi was last seen on Tuesday in the Tai Po district, where she was found.
She was allegedly last seen by her ex-husband’s brother, who also worked as her chauffeur.