Wife-Killer Borce Ristevski's Confession Deemed 'Selfish'
The aunty of slain Melbourne mother Karen Ristevski has attacked husband Borce's eleventh hour confession as a selfish move.
Ristevski, 55, pleaded guilty on Wednesday to the manslaughter of his wife Karen almost three years after she went missing in June 2016.
Her aunty Patricia Gray has told the Herald Sun the move is too little, too late and Ristevski will not explain why he did it.
"He has done this for selfish reasons," she told the newspaper.
"He is either covering up for someone or just can't face it. I don't know."
Back in July 2016 during a public appeal from information Ms Gray stood alongside Ristevski and the couple's distressed daughter Sarah.
The press conference ended when Ristevski was asked if he killed his wife. He did not answer.
Ristevski was charged in December 2017 after a lengthy investigation that involved listening devices and CCTV footage analysis.
He allegedly killed his 47-year-old wife at their Avondale Heights home on June 29, 2016 and took her Mercedes-Benz roadster to dispose of the body in bushland.
Eight months later, her skeletal remains were found between logs in Macedon Regional Park.
Ristevski will face a pre-sentence hearing on March 27.