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MOSCOW, March 1 /TASS/. Investigators on Tuesday questioned Uzbek national Gyulchekhra Bobokulova suspected of brutally killing a child in Moscow. The Life News agency has published a relevant video on its website.
The woman said that after divorcing her first husband she had lived with another man to whom she was not officially married. According to Bobokulova, her relatives took the three children by her first marriage away from her.
"He [Bobokulova’s cohabiting partner] has been away for four months. He is living in Uzbekistan with his second wife. I am his second wife in fact but I have not seen him for four months," Bobokulova said adding she was not officially married.
"My husband and I divorced. He booted me out into the street after I had given birth to my third son. He lives in Uzbekistan. The children live in three families - one with my [former] husband, the second at my father’s place and the third stays with my husband’s sister. They also kicked me out into the street. Is it humane?" Bobokulova asked.
A fire erupted in a Moscow apartment early on February 29. The firefighters who liquidated the fire found a decapitated body of a four-year-old girl. The girl’s nanny, Gyulchekhra Bobokulova, a citizen of Uzbekistan, was detained on suspicion of committing a brutal crime. A law enforcement source said that forensic experts were checking Bobokulova’s blood tests for psychotropic substances or drugs. Bobokulova will undergo an in-patient psychological and psychiatric examination for sanity.