Moscow: The killer babysitter of a four-year-old girl revealed to the police on Tuesday that she beheaded the victim with a kitchen knife since was frustrated due to her husband's infidelity. She had also refused her husband's offer to accept that he had two wives.
The accused reportedly went mad with anger after discovering that her husband in Uzbekistan had started a new family while she was away working in Russia.
However, as per a second theory, the 38-year-old nanny, currently under police custody, was angered by a Tajik boyfriend whom she had met here, according to Daily Mail.
And the reason behind the anger was that all of a sudden she found out that her boyfriend was actually married which was a shock for her.
Escorted by armed police, handcuffed Gyulchekhra Bobokulova - herself a mother of three - showed officers the Moscow flat where she apparently strangled Nastya Meshcheryakova, who had learning difficulties, before cutting off her head with a kitchen knife. The little girl’s remains were left in her cot.
Earlier in the day, she was brought to the apartment where the murder was committed. She pointed to the block, the entrance and the apartment by herself, the report said.
The 38-year-old nanny further told the police that she was haunted by 'voices' on the day of the murder.
In scenes that shocked the world yesterday, the Burkha clad woman was seen walking the streets of Moscow brandishing the head of the dead girl for an hour before she was detained by police.
The macabre episode was caught on camera by passers-by, with footage showing the unnamed woman wandering around in the street holding an infant`s severed head high in the air.
"I am a terrorist, I want your death," she can be heard screaming in heavily accented Russian in a rambling tirade in which she appears to criticise democracy and talk about the end of the world.
Investigators added they thought the woman, who they said was from a Central Asian country, had been working as a nanny for a Moscow family and had murdered a child in her care before setting fire to the family`s flat and fleeing.
(With Agency inputs)