A woman tried to help her mother by allowing her to live with her family.
However, that decision turned out to be deadly.
Now, the woman’s husband of the United Kingdom, has been convicted of murdering his mother-in-law after sexually assaulting her to death.
Mohammed Yassin Yusef, 32, attacked his mother-in-law, Amoe Seline Stevens, at his home in north London, when he was alone with her.
Stevens, 64, had previously suffered a stroke, leaving her mobility and speech severely impaired. Yusef locked himself in the bedroom with his mother-in-law and sexually assault her.
When the woman’s caregiver came the home, Yusef fled from her room. However, the caregiver observed that Yusuf’s hands and shirt was covered in blood.
When the caregiver entered the bedroom she found Stevens bleeding and slumped into her recliner. Stevens was taken to a hospital, but she died hours later after multiple internal injuries, and Yusuf was accused of her murder.
Detectives believe that Yusuf had assaulted his mother-in-law on multiple occasions, but because of her disability she was unable to tell her family members.
In a statement from the family, Stevens said that they were devastated by the death of their beloved Amoe.
Yusuf will be sentenced on a later date.
(via YJ News)