Girl, 14, ‘hired hitmen to kill her MUM as body found wrapped in plastic dumped in skip after being beaten to death’ | The Sun

A SCHOOLGIRL has been arrested on suspicion of hiring hitmen to murder her mother after allegedly being banned from seeing her boyfriend.

Anastasia Milosskaya, 38, was found wrapped in plastic and dumped in a skip after being beaten and strangled to death near Moscow, Russia.

The 14-year-old girl is accused of ordering the contract killing of her single mother along with a boy, 15, who had been living at her family's flat and is presumed to be her boyfriend.

Russian police suspect that the pair paid two other teenagers to kill her mother for £3,650.

It is alleged that Anastasia had tried to order the boy to leave after being a bad influence on her daughter.

Estate Agent Anastasia was brutally murdered when she arrived home.

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Two days later her body was found wrapped in plastic and a mattress and dumped in the garbage pile in the city of Balashikha in the Moscow region.

The next day, a local janitor found the body in the rubbish skip and alerted police.

An eyewitness said: “She was beaten and strangled, as her whole face was red and swollen."

The teen suspects are all aged between 14 and 17 and accused of murder or conspiracy to murder. They will remain in a adolescent facility for a month pending investigations.

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The daughter and the boy are accused of allowing the "accomplices" into the flat and being present at the time of the killing.

The Investigative Committee claim that the girl and her male friend intended to live on her mother’s savings of more than £30,000.

A friend of the daughter said: “She spoke about hating her mother many times, even though her mother was a good person who loved her.”

The 14-year-old's grandmother said her granddaughter had come under the influence of the boy who was from a “difficult family”.

Other sources said the victim had been caring towards her daughter and always had sought to improve her life.

The maximum sentence the accused youths face is 10 years initially served in a youth correctional colony.

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