A 35-year-old Muslim lesbian from the UK was found guilty today of torturing her 8-year-old child to death because she had been convinced by her vampire-obsessed lover that killing her daughter would “stop the gates of hell from opening.”
The accused, Polly Chowdhury, who was convicted of manslaughter for the death of her daughter Ayesha, was allegedly groomed by another Muslim lesbian, 43-year-old Kiki Muddar, who invented fictional characters, including a Muslim spirit called Skyman, to control her girlfriend and manipulate her.
In tormenting the poor child prior to her death, the two women crept into her bedroom wearing horror masks, as neighbors reportedly heard the young child screaming with fear.
At the time when emergency services arrived to find Ayesha, she weighed very little and had 50 injuries, with a final fatal blow to the head being considered as the cause of death.
While both women blamed each other for the child’s death, the Old Bailey cleared them of murder and lowered the charge to manslaughter.
At the time the women met, Chowdhury was communicating by text message and Facebook with at least 15 different people and spirits, which had all been created by Muddar.
One such fictional character, Skyman, sent a message saying, “Your daughter can have the pain. Your daughter is evil you never disciplined her today.”
Prosecutor Richard Whittam QC explained the relationship between the women.
“It’s undoubtedly true that the content (of the messages), however strange, even on the basis that the content was fiction, it’s true that they were being sent. Whoever was persuading who, they were both party to these communications, they shared the content of them, they received them and reacted to them. You may think they shared their express distrust of Ayesha Ali.”
On the night of August 29, 2013, the night Ayesha died, Chowdhury said she saw Muddar with her foot on her daughter’s throat shortly before she found her apparently drowning in the bath.
The child was then reportedly dragged out of the bath and smothered with a pillow to “end her suffering.”
As Chowdhury told the shocked jury, “It took time for it to sink in. It took a very long time for me to get my head round that. I realised I didn’t do it and realised the only person responsible, to be able to do it, was Kiki.”