(LONDON) Old Bailey Court Report: A woman has been convicted in relation to the death of her son in Acton #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Jan.25: Olga Freeman, 40 (19.03.80), of Cumberland Park, Acton, pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey on Monday, 25 January to the manslaughter of 10-year-old Dylan Freeman by reason of diminished responsibility: In the early hours of Sunday, 16 August 2020, Freeman attended Acton Police Station, where she stated that she had given Dylan some pills and pushed a sponge into his mouth: Officers attended the home at around 02:16hrs and found Dylan unresponsive. Colleagues from the London Ambulance Service were requested and he was pronounced dead at the scene: Freeman was arrested at 03:11hrs on suspicion of murder: A post-mortem examination was conducted on 18 August at Great Ormond Street Hospital. It recorded a provisional cause of death as upper airway obstruction by a foreign body:

Woman convicted in relation to death of her son on Sunday Aug.16: 2020: after she had given him pills and pushed a sponge in his mouth and obstructed his airway ….

Convicted: Olga Freeman

Convicted: Olga Freeman

The court heard that Dylan suffered from extensive mental and physical health issues which impacted his independence and his ability to communicate: Freeman had cared for him for many years, using local authority services and an acquaintance for assistance: She had also suffered with mental ill health and with challenges in her personal life: She spoke to acquaintances about struggling with the responsibility of caring for Dylan: Around 22:00hrs on the night before Dylan was found, she sent a message to a friend stating: “I am done. Where are u?”

‘ The friend arrived at around 00:44hrs and found that Freeman had booked two seats on a flight from London Luton Aiport to Tel Aviv. She said she had been receiving messages in her head. The friend was not allowed to go into Dylan’s room ‘

Shortly before 02:16hrs Freeman attended Acton Police Station with the acquaintance, and said to the officer on duty that she had killed her son: She largely answered ‘no comment’ during police interviews ‘

Detective Chief Inspector Simon Harding, lead investigator, said: “This has been an incredibly sad incident to investigate. Foremost our thoughts are with Dylan and his family, who continue to feel his untimely loss and will do so for a long time to come.

“I would like to thank my team of detectives, who have worked so diligently and professionally during this harrowing case. I would also like to acknowledge the selfless actions of my response colleagues who attended the scene on that night and tried in vain to save Dylan’s life.”

A date for sentencing has not yet been set.

#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: Jan.25: 2021:

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