Mum ‘strangled newborn baby to death with its own umbilical cord moments after giving birth in bid to cover up affair with her boss’

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A MUM allegedly strangled her newborn baby to death with its own umbilical cord moments after giving birth in a bid to cover up her affair with her boss.

The woman, known as Fatma B, was 16 years old when she killed the baby at her home in Gaziantep, Turkey.

The young mother who got pregnant from a forbidden relationship with her boss, gave birth in her home and strangled the baby with the umbilical cord
The young mother who got pregnant from a forbidden relationship with her boss, gave birth in her home and strangled the baby with the umbilical cord
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Fatma allegedly kept the body in a fridge for three days before she asked her younger brother Mehmet to bury it.

The incident which took place six years ago, occurred after she slept with her textile factory boss.

The 14-year-old boy followed his sister’s request but only recently reported the crime to the police.

Local media reports said he had been unable to live with the guilt.

Police have now launched an investigation into the incident.

Officials have confirmed that Mehmet took them to where he hid the baby, in a nearby basement.

He was arrested alongside his sister who moved to a different part of the country.

The investigation continues.


News of this murder comes after a teenage boy accidentally killed his three-month-old cousin.

The youngster, who has not been named, had shaken the baby to stop her crying.

But when the baby went limp in his arms, he texted the baby’s mum, “I think she has died”.

The mother then asked her brother to bury the baby who 6 years later confessed the crime to the police unable to cope with the guilty conscience
The mother then asked her brother to bury the baby who 6 years later confessed the crime to the police unable to cope with the guilty conscience
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The police found the bones of the baby and detained both the mother and her brother
The police found the bones of the baby and detained both the mother and her brother

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