Brit teacher, 35, cried 'I've killed my son' as toddler, 2, found dead in flat

Mum cried 'I've killed my son' as toddler found dead in her flat after custody battle in Finland

26.1.2020

Mum cried 'I've killed my son' as toddler found dead in her flat after custody battle in Finland

A BRITISH mother charged with killing her toddler in Finland has been identified as a 35-year-old Cambridge graduate. Ayesha Ali, 35, was arrested by murder cops on Wednesday – four days after her …

: 26 Jan 2020, 2:50 A BRITISH mother charged with killing her toddler in Finland has been identified as a 35-year-old Cambridge graduate. Ayesha Ali, 35, was arrested by murder cops on Wednesday – four days after her two-year-old son Adam was . 5 Ayesha Ali was arrested amid a murder probe on Wednesday – four days after her son Adam was found dead in her apartment Credit: Facebook 5 When police arrived at Ayesha's apartment, Adam was not breathing and the mother-of-one had an injury on her neck Credit: Facebook reports police broke into her apartment in Espoo, near Helsinki, last Sunday after she allegedly told friends and family she was going to kill herself. Ppolice found Adam was not breathing, and Ayesha with an injury to her neck. Witnesses claimed she was led away in a wheelchair repeatedly saying: “I’ve killed my son, I’ve killed my son!” One neighbour said she heard a female voice shouting from outside the apartment block, which alerted her to the shocking ordeal. She said: “There was a friend of hers looking up at her apartment shouting, ‘Ayesha! We’re here to help you. We can talk about it’. “She was shouting back that she wanted to die.” The neighbour said officers attempted CPR on the boy, and his mum told them: "He turned blue and is very cold." Another neighbour said: “She had only moved in at the start of December. I thought it was an unusual time to move in. “There was her and the baby but no father. I never saw her with a man. He was a lovely little boy – very cute.” 5 Ayesha and Adam moved to Finland with her former husband, Adnane Osmane, in January last year Credit: Facebook Cambridge graduate Ayesha Ali is a freelance English teacher originally from Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffs Credit: Facebook Ayesha, a freelance English teacher originally from Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffs, moved to Finland with Adam and his dad Adnane Osmane in January last year, after Adnane got a job as an assistant professor of physics at Aalto University. Their eight-year marriage ended shortly after the move, with Adnane filing for divorce in May and launching a child custody battle. Court documents are said to show Ayesha moved into a homeless shelter before the agreed to share custody of their son. Documents show he stayed with his mother every Sunday to Tuesday. Police in Helsinki said the mother has admitted killing her son. But Ayesha’s father Imtiaz, 73, said last night: “It was an accidental death. She hasn’t admitted to murder.” STRUCK DOWN Coronavirus ground zero is now a 'zombieland' with people collapsing in streets Warning The 'killing cove' where dolphins are sold for £190k to resorts or for MEAT APOCALYPSE NOW Bill Gates 'predicted' coronavirus last year saying 33MILLION could die KILLER BUG Coronavirus can spread before any symptoms show making it worse than SARS Exclusive Kate and Wills planning to dodge Harry & Meghan drama with trip to Ireland The Foreign Office said: “We are in contact with the Finnish authorities.” Ayesha appeared in court charged with homicide and will reappear in April. A police spokesman said the mother had “acknowledged the deed”. He added: "No other persons have been in the apartment and no other persons are involved in the incident.” 5 Despite police in Helsinki issuing a statement saying Ayesha had admitted killing Adam, her father claimed she hasn’t admitted to murder Credit: Facebook We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at Read more: The Sun

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