A MUM accused of killing her two-year-old son and leaving his stabbed body on a Lidl checkout can escape prison.
Katalin Erzsebet Bradacs, 44, who was arrested following the death of her son, Alex Juhasz, in October, is currently undergoing a psychiatric evaluation, which could grant her an exemption from a lengthy prison sentence following her trial. judge.
Bradacs is said to have entered the supermarket screaming for help as she placed her son’s bloody body on top of the Lidl checkout counter in Citta della Pieve, Italy.
The best man is presumed dead, from nine stab wounds to the body, to the chest and neck area.
Bradacs was arrested by police after a knife was found in her bag.
Some of the items including the young man’s blood-stained T-shirt with nine holes in it and the woman’s coat were found later that night in a nearby unused building.
Police believe She killed her son with the intention of taking revenge on the child’s father, Norbert Juhasz, who is contesting custody.
A father who lives in Hungary alerted authorities after receiving a horrifying photo of his dying son from Bradacs, shortly before she took his body to the supermarket.
Bradacs denied the charges against her, repeatedly telling police, “I didn’t kill my son,” but presented three conflicting versions of events to police.
She has been living in Chiusi Scalo with her former nightclub boss, after she allegedly fled to Italy with Alex in September 2021 after a Hungarian court awarded custody of the boy to the father.
Witnesses also reported witnessing a mother abusing her young child the day before the boy’s tragic death.
Bradacs was taken into custody at a prison in the nearby city of Perugia and the trial is currently underway.
The defendant is undergoing a psychiatric evaluation at the end of the month, where she may be deemed incompetent to stand trial and will instead receive involuntary psychiatric treatment.
According to Hungarian news site Bors, Bradacs will first be interviewed by a professional psychiatrist before undergoing multiple tests to determine if she has a clear mind.
Meanwhile, Bradac’s parents, Gyorgy and Erzsebet, said they would continue to support their daughter, although they expressed concern that she could commit suicide if left untreated.
Her father said: ‘I hope they can cure her and that she will realize what she has done.
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