Carmen Miron Buchacra grew up with a bodyguard
Carmen Miron Buchacra was described in court as an intelligent, talented scientist who was working on finding a cure for diabetes.
Details about the 28-year-old's background have been revealed during the case as a way to explain her anxieties and the way she behaved during the relationship.
The jury was told that she had an isolated childhood in Mexico, where her father was a high-profile lawyer involved in the prosecution of drugs cartels.
Because of his job and the fear of reprisals, Gaby grew up with a bodyguard and was unable to spend much time with her friends.
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Her parents also divorced when she was young.
This unusual past has been mentioned in court as a way of explaining her anxiety issues, particularly fears about being left alone and concerns that Keene would leave her and take their child away.
The jury has also been told that she was a talented swimmer, representing Mexico in her youth, who went to live in America as part of her training.
She then studied for a PhD at the University of Bath, funded by the Mexican government, where she was researching possible cures for diabetes.