|Polly Chowdury (L) and Kiki Muddar (R) were today jailed for the torture|
and death of little Ayesha, Chowdury's daughter
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Saturday, 7 March 2015
Mother and 'Wicked' Lesbian Lover Tortured, Abused and Killed Daughter, 8
Polly Chowdhury, 35, was sentenced to 13 years at the Old Bailey for abusing, torturing and killing her eight-year-old daughter Ayesha Ali.
Her lesbian lover Kiki Muddar, 43, was jailed for 18 years over the killing.
Judge Christopher Moss QC said Muddar bore the lion's share of responsibility for Ayesha's death, describing her as a "manipulative, wicked woman".
He also told Chowdury that she had "disgracefully failed" in her fundamental position of trust to keep her daughter from harm.
Ayesha - who weighed just three-and-a-half stone when she died - was found dead at Chowdhury's home in Chadwell Heath, east London, on 28 August 2013. 3.5 stone = 49 lbs.
She had sustained nearly 50 injuries including a bite mark which was matched to her mother.
Her mother had left a series of notes in which she appeared to admit the killing, including one which read: "I have taken my life and Ayesha's life".
However, further investigation led to evidence that also implicated Muddar.
Police went on to uncover a twisted web of alter-egos created by Muddar on Facebook and in text messages, with which she seduced and controlled her girlfriend Chowdhury.
Using these personas to exploit Chowdhury's belief in ghosts - including a fake Muslim spirit guide called Skyman - Muddar encouraged her lover to discipline Ayesha because she saw her as a threat.
She told Chowdhury her daughter was "evil" and had "bad blood".
Just days before her death, Muddar and Chowdhury took it in turns to terrorise Ayesha by wearing a scary mask.
A neighbour heard the little girl screaming, sobbing and then pleading with her mother: "Amah, I don't want to be bad, Amah, Amah, I don't want to be bad."
They also made her write a list of things she had done wrong, which included "huffing and puffing", "telling lies" and "being rude".
After Ayesha's death, Muddar reacted dismissively when she told a paramedic: "She was a naughty child and mum thought she was possessed by the devil."
A jury found the pair not guilty of murdering Ayesha but convicted them of manslaughter.
As she subjected Ayesha to a campaign of abuse, Chowdury tried to keep Mr Ali away from his daughter through court orders, the Old Bailey heard.
In a witness impact statement, the devastated father said his "world fell apart" the day his daughter died.
He wrote: "The two people Ayesha trusted and loved were the very people who took her life.
"When my princess died, a part of our lives died too. In my heart our princess Ayesha will remain forever."
I don't think 18 years is long enough for that demonically-possessed witch! But she will serve her real sentence later.