Woman accused of killing daughter expresses no emotions in court
15:47, 16 September 2021
A 41-years old Martina Madarova who had been charged with the murder of her 5-years old daughter expressed no emotions as she appeared in court on Thursday.
The judge told the woman, that Madarova will have to be tried in the Central Criminal Court on September 20 and she will remain in custody.
A woman accused of murdering her five-year-old daughter at their home was remanded in custody today (thurs). Martina Madarova, 41 is said to have killed Alijah Thomas (pic) at their address in Ealing, west London, on Tuesday 14 September. pic.twitter.com/HPW6En3hYd
During the judge's speech, Madarova didn’t say anything except her name and age.
On Tuesday afternoon the police were called by the residents of the building on the three-lined Leyborne Avenue where the officers found a dead body of girl named Alijah Thomas. Later post-mortem showed that she had died a few hours ago that day.
The Police claimed today: “Detectives investigating the death of a five-year-old girl and have charged her mother with murder.”
The local residents described the girl as lovely and always well dressed and look after. The Neighbors couldn’t remember any fights between mother and daughter and they didn’t guess what happened.
Madarova also is described as a friendly person without bad habits and destructive behavior. The circumstances of the little girl's death are still unknown.