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Daughter Stayed With Mother Corpse For 6 Months Let Know What Was The Reason

The woman did such an act for money, knowing that everyone surprised. After the death of her mother, the woman did not even perform the last rites of the dead body. She lived with her mother’s body in the house for months.

Did something like this with mother’s corpse for money

A woman in America did such an act for money. Knowing this, everyone surprised. After the death of her mother, the woman did not even perform the last rites of the dead body. She lived with her mother’s body in the house for months. During this, the whole corpse rotted away. Let’s know the whole matter.

According to the report of ‘Daily Star’

The name of the 54-year-old woman is Kimberley Heller. Instead of cremating her mother after her death, Heller kept her body in the house for months. So that he continues to get the benefits related to his mother.

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Keeping the dead ‘alive’

Heller wanted to take advantage of her elderly mother’s pension, insurance money, and government facilities. That is why he kept her ‘alive’ even after the death of her mother. She was living with the dead body for about 6 months. During this, the corpse was completely rotten.

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The police department said that Heller’s mother had died in May. But on November 18, Heller arrested. For so many days, she was hiding her mother’s body in the house itself and did not allow anyone to come to her house. But when people didn’t see Heller’s mother for months. He complained about it to the police.

The police forcibly went to Heller’s house and recovered the decomposed body. However, an investigation revealed that the woman had died due to natural causes. But for the financial benefits associated with the deceased, the daughter did not make the matter of death public. At present, Heller is now under investigation.

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