An inquest has heard that the two babies who were allegedly murdered by their mother in Wandsworth were suffocated. Lily and Mason Boots were found by their father at their home last week. Their mother Felicia Boots has been charged with their murders.
A Wandsworth mother accused of smothering her two young children to death could be sectioned, the Old Bailey heard today. 34 year old Felicia Boots is said to have killed her ten-week-old son Mason and one year old daughter Lily.
Her investment banker husband, Jeffrey, discovered the pair's lifeless bodies when he returned to the family home in Killarney Road last Wednesday.
A mother will appear by videolink at the Old Bailey today accused of killing her baby son and daughter.
Felicia Boots is accused of murdering 10 week old Mason and one year old Lily at the family home in Wandsworth last week.
A mother appeared in court this morning, charged with murdering her baby son and daughter.
34 year old Felicia Boots is accused of killing 10-week-old Mason, and his 14-month-old sister Lily. Daisy Gray reports.
A woman has appeared in court charged with the murder of her baby son and daughter.
10-week-old Mason and his 14-month-old sister, Lily Sky Boots, were found unconscious on Wednesday by their father, Jeff Boots, when he returned from work to his home in Wandsworth, south-west London, sources said.
34-year-old, Felicia Boots, has been remanded in custody and is due to appear at the Old Bailey on Tuesday.
A pathologist has failed to discover what killed two children found dead at their home in Wandsworth.
Further tests will now be carried out.
The children were found dead by their father on Wednesday evening after he returned home from work.
Their mother has been arrested.