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Martina Madarova, 41, of Leyborne Avenue, will appear in Westminster Magistrates Court today in connection with the death of Aijah Thomas.
Officers were called to Leyborne Avenue just before 1 p.m. Tuesday after concerns for the girl’s well-being were raised.
Police and the London Ambulance Service found the girl’s body inside the property, located in the Northfields area of Ealing. Despite her efforts, she was pronounced dead at the scene.
A post-mortem exam was scheduled for today, the Metropolitan Police said in a statement.
A horrified neighbor described the victim as ‘a lovely girl’ who was ‘always well dressed and cared for’. A witness said he saw a couple being questioned outside the house where the girl’s body was found.
The area is popular with young families because it is close to Fielding Elementary School and Elthorne Park High School, which have been rated “excellent” by the education watchdog Ofsted.
Homes in the immediate area range from £ 800,000 to around £ 1 million.
Police said a 31-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of murder after a five-year-old girl was found dead in Ealing.
Despite the efforts of paramedics and the police, the five-year-old girl was pronounced dead at the scene.
The house is located in the Northfields area of Ealing, west London.
A woman who lives next door, but did not want to be named, said: ‘I have known the family for about three years; the mother is from the Czech Republic and he is from Jamaica.
“ She was friendly with me and she was always good to me.
I am so surprised because she was such a lovely girl. She was shy and she didn’t always answer me.
Her mother never had a crucifixion with her daughter and she always spoke to him in a friendly way. She was always well dressed and cared for from what she could see.
When I saw them last year, they always seemed friendly. The mother of her husband came and stayed with them during the confinement.
She told me that her husband and her used to argue sometimes, but that was a long time ago.
‘One time she was taking out the trash and I heard them having a bad argument. I did not understand what they were saying, but they spoke very loudly.
But even though they rowed a lot, they always seemed to reconcile. You know that children don’t understand, but they know what’s going on. They were good neighbors, but I guess you never know.
Detectives investigating the death of a five-year-old girl in Ealing have charged her mother with murder, the Metropolitan Police said.
Lorraine Clifford, 48, of Hanwell said: ‘I’m a caregiver and I saw four police cars and two ambulances.
‘I thought, there must be a body there because I saw the forensics. It is so sad because it is a boy.
‘The police were questioning what I assume were the parents on the wall.
‘It didn’t seem like the police were angry or anything like that. It seemed like they were taking them apart and taking care of them. ‘
Hiba Alsumaidaee, 38, said: ‘I have lived here for over a year and yesterday I saw many, many policemen and two ambulances.
‘There were about 15 officers standing outside the house. There were two people sitting on the wall waiting for something. I don’t really have a close relationship with many of my neighbors. ‘
Another resident, a few doors down, said, “I’ve lived here for over 40 years, so I probably ran into them on the street and said good morning to them, but I wouldn’t recognize them.”
Homicide detectives from the Metropolitan Police Crime Specialist Command are leading the investigation.