Haunting last words of Sarah Payne’s brother moments before sister's kipnap: ‘F*** off’

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Sara Payne, who still keeps a lock of her little girl’s hair, told Mail Online that her son Lee, then 13, saw paedophile Roy Whiting as he drove with his sister in the back of the van.

Convicted paedophile Whiting abducted and murdered eight-year-old Sarah on July 1, 2000, and is currently serving a life sentence.

Chillingly, Lee had seen Whiting smile at him as he drove away.

Meanwhile Luke, who was 11 at the time, recalled the last words he told his sister were: “OK, fine. F*** off, go home.”

“Can you imagine how haunted he’s been his entire life, by that man smiling at him with his sister in the back of the van?”

Sara Payne

Sarah had fallen over while playing and said she wanted to go home.

“I’m not going to lie — I got angry and said ‘OK fine’.

“I said: ‘F*** off, go home’. Those were the last words I ever said to her: ‘F*** off and go home.’”

Sara said: “Lee had seen that man.

“Can you imagine how haunted he’s been his entire life, by that man smiling at him with his sister in the back of the van?”

Lee said: “We all kind of feel that guilt about the events of that day.

“You think that you can just kind of go back to a normal life but, it’s not the case.

“It’s not something that leaves you.”

Sara keeps a box of mementos of Sarah, including drawings and schoolbooks.

The lock of blonde hair she keeps was cut by the corner after her death.

Whiting is serving a life sentence at Wakefield Prison and won’t be eligible for parole until at least 2041.

He allegedly has vowed to sue prison chiefs for £10,000 after he was assaulted for a fourth time while behind bars.

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