Tributes have been paid to a British woman who was stabbed to death while on holiday in New York.
Denise Webster, 61, died on August 13 after she was stabbed at a house in Great Neck on Long Island.
It has been reported she was on a three-week trip to the US and had travelled to see an Adam Lambert concert.
Denise's husband Tommy made a statement shared by an Adam Lambert Fan Club Facebook page. He said: 'To everyone who knew or are worried about Denise. I am Denise's husband, Tommy.
'Denise, whilst on holiday in New York was stabbed and murdered on Monday, August 13 2018.
Picture posted to the Adam Lambert Fan Page on Facebook showing Denise with the singer
Post on 'Adam Lambert Fan club' Facebook page showing a statement by Denise's husband
Denise Webster, 61, died after she was stabbed at a house in Great Neck on Long Island
'Up until now, I was not allowed to release this. I will miss her with ALL MY HEART'.
The whole post on the Facebook page read: 'With deep sadness...
One of Adam's most ardent supporters and fans, Denise Webster, has passed.
'She was tragically a victim of a terrible crime while visiting in New York earlier this month. Please send your support and love to her husband, family and friends at this time.
Faye Doomchin, 66, was arrested at her Long Island, New York home on Tuesday over the fatal stabbing of a 60-year-old British tourist
Denise Webster, 61, in New York City
Liz Hodge added: 'RIP Denise, I have very fond memories of you after us meeting with the Lilac Centre choir.
'I can't express how sad all the girls are feeling.'
According to US media reports, Faye Doomchin, 66, has been charged with second degree murder in connection with the stabbing.
US police say Ms Webster was killed after having lunch with a man and Doomchin.
The three reportedly went back to the house in Great Neck for coffee and cake and to listen to the man play piano.
It's alleged Doomchin said that she did not like the woman from England and she had to 'rid the house of evil.'
Doomchin is said to have appeared from the kitchen with a knife before stabbing Ms Webster in the chest.
Ms Webster was taken to a local hospital and pronounced dead.
Police say the victim and Doomchin had never met before Monday, but that the man from Queens, New York was friends with both of them.
Doomchin, of North Road, Great Neck, was arraigned at First District Court in Hempstead, New York last Tuesday and pleaded not guilty. She is being held without bail.
Detective Lt. Stephen Fitzpatrick said the group were sitting in the living room talking when Doomchin suddenly said she didn't like the British woman before making the comments about ridding her home of evil.
'They never met before, they just met that day, came back to the house and then this incident happened,' Fitzpatrick said.
Doomchin was charged with second degree murder over the attack and is scheduled to be arraigned on Tuesday. Footage shot by News12 showed her being escorted from prison
The victim, a 60-year-old woman visiting from England, was found stabbed at Doomchin's home on Monday afternoon
Police found the victim with stab wounds to her chest inside Doomchin's home on Monday at about 4pm.
The woman was rushed to hospital where she was pronounced dead. Police had been withholding her identity until they could alert her family.
Police said the victim had only arrived in the US last week and was due to stay for three weeks.
Doomchin was charged with second degree murder over the attack and pleaded not guilty at her arraignment on Tuesday.
She is believed to have lived at the home with her husband Michael and their adult daughter, according to online records.
Doomchin has a prior assault record from back in 1999. Police said she used a weapon in that instance as well.