Photo by (Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office via AP) FILE – This combination of undated photos provided by the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office in Norristown, Pa., shows Jonathan Wesley Harris, of Johnstown, Pa. Harris is accused of strangling Christina Carlin-Kraft in one of Philadelphia’s affluent suburbs. (Philadelphia) — A man accused of strangling a model in one of Philadelphia’s affluent suburbs has pleaded not guilty to murder charges. Jonathan Harris appeared in a Montgomery County courtroom on Friday over the August killing of Christina Carlin-Kraft. Prosecutors reportedly won’t seek the death penalty. Officials have said Carlin-Kraft took a ride-hailing service to Philadelphia, met 31-year-old Harris and the two later returned to her Ardmore apartment. Carlin-Kraft’s body was found in her bloodstained bedroom that evening. A detective testified in October that Harris told him he intended to sell Carlin-Kraft cocaine, but she refused to pay and a fight ensued. Harris’s trial is scheduled for May 6. His attorney, Charles Peruto Jr., says he won’t comment. Carlin-Kraft’s modeling profile lists photo shoots for Vanity Fair, Victoria’s Secret, Playboy and Maxim.