A MAN has been charged with manslaughter after the death of a 23-year-old woman outside a Huddersfield nightclub.
Popular Jolene Potter-Connolly died in the incident outside the Folly Hall leisure complex in the early hours of September 11.
Police today revealed they have charged a 25-year-old man from Shepley with manslaughter.
He will appear before Huddersfield magistrates next Friday.
Meanwhile, the investigation goes on.
The detective leading the inquiry, Det Supt Bill Shackleton, said: "Inquiries are continuing into this incident and a second man remains on police bail."
Jolene - whose family live in Cowlersley - had gained an upper second-class honours business studies degree from Huddersfield University last summer.
She had spent two years of her course abroad - one in Sweden, where she made 160 new friends from 36 countries - and the other in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, where she met her fiancé, 30-year-old Jon Eichner.
In a moving tribute to Jolene shortly after her death, Jon said: "Jolene was such a wonderful person.
"People were so captivated by her spirit. I certainly was. She was the most fascinating person I have ever met.
"She was like a whirlwind. She had the kind of personality that lifted me up every moment I was with her.
"All we needed was each other and we were totally happy.
"She never judged anybody. She only saw the best in people."
While studying in Atlanta, caring Jolene did voluntary work as a trainee counsellor for an organisation called The Giving Tree, a charitable adoption agency for children with special needs, many of whom had suffered abuse.
She also spent a lot of her spare time helping at a women's refuge.