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A crime story that has everything:

A Muslim lesbian was today found guilty of torturing her eight-year-old daughter to death with the help of her vampire-obsessed lover.

Polly Chowdhury, 35, became convinced Ayesha Ali was ‘possessed’ and that she needed to be ‘punished’ because of a fantasy world created on Facebook by her twisted girlfriend.

Chowdhury was ‘groomed’ by 43-year-old Kiki Muddar, who invented 15 fictional characters, including a Muslim spirit called Skyman and a paranormal lover called ‘Jimmy’, to control her partner.
She had seduced neighbour Chowdhury and split up her marriage, before sending thousands of messages from alter egos to convince her lover to play out sexual fantasies and torture Ayesha.

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Muddar was also obsessed with vampires and Ayesha’s mother agreed to bite her daughter’s back as part of the depraved attacks that led to her death in Chadwell Heath, Essex, in August 2013. . . .
Afsal Ali described his former spouse as ‘the perfect mother’ who had a ‘good heart’ and ‘put other people before herself’.

Muddar would cause arguments in the family home and his wife became ‘completely unrecognisable.’

Soon no family decisions could be made without Chowdury consulting Muddar, who had become her love.

‘It was like she was possessed,’ her husband said.

Somewhere, a Women’s Studies major is trying to figure out how to blame this crime on the heteronormative patriarchy.

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Robert Stacy McCain
Robert Stacy McCain is an award-winning journalist with more than 25 years of experience in the news business. He is a correspondent for The American Spectator, editor-in-chief at Viral Read and blogs at

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