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An accused grandmother is found part of a network of suspected pedophiles, six months after the deaths of suspected deceased persons.
The body of Maureen McLellan, also known as Goudie, was found last week under inexplicable circumstances on the Glasgow estate.
According to the sun, the police launched an investigation into the sudden death of the suspect, 50.
She faced five allegations of s*xual crimes, including rape through a young child.
Her death comes after her co-defendant, Robert Brown, 51, passed away just days after protesters chose his home.
Mother McLellalan’s body was observed on May 13, six months after her trial at Glasgow Court Sheriff.
She did not do it in any way when she dived on October 21 with another woman who was coming with the same fees.
A source told the Sun that McLelanlan had not been seen for several days and that she had “long-term drug and alcohol use problems.”
They added: “Imagine the harshest charges, but now two of the defendants are dead.
“It is a tragic and upsetting result for everyone involved.
His death came to Robert Brown, 51, last November, days after angry residents stumbled upon his apartment building.
He was accompanied by the Glasgow City Underground Police before being transferred to separate accommodation.
Previously, he had been charged with five sex crimes, including the rape of a minor under the age of 13.
Brown appeared in the city’s sheriff’s court in October with eight men and five women.
According to the sun, one of the other men in the so-called pedophile network has alleged 13 accusations, three of which injure a child.
Another woman and three men 43, 47 and 54 are five complaints.
A spokesman for a crown office said: “The tax attorney received a report of the death of a 50-year-old woman on May 13, 2021.
“The death investigation, under the direction of the Scottish Death Surveying Unit (SFIU), was completed and after special attention to the facts and circumstances of the case came the prosecutor who requested no other.
“The family was informed about this decision.”
A Scottish Police spokesman said: “On Thursday 13 May 2021, the police received a sudden relationship from a 50-year-old woman in Glasgow.
“Death is not treated as suspicion, and a relationship to taxamiliarity was presented.”