The grandmother of a new baby named after the murdered schoolgirl Tiahleigh Palmer insists that the name was a tribute to the dead girl.
Tiahleigh's furious mother, Cyndi Uluave, untied a young couple whose baby was born last Friday, and called Tiahleigh, claiming it was disrespectful to use the name of her daughter who was murdered in 2015.
He highlighted the parents of the young couples, claiming that they should have intervened to have them change the name to be different from their 12-year-old dead girl.
The mother of a teenage couple accused of & # 39; stealing & # 39; the murdered schoolgirl Tiahleigh Palmer's name for her own baby (pictured with her grandmother) insists it was a tribute
Tiahleigh, 12, was murdered and thrown naked in a river by her adoptive father almost three years ago in September 2015.
"How dare you, King, I'm beyond the wild," he wrote on a Facebook page originally created to demand justice for his daughter.
"Where are the parents in this … there would be no way I would allow my son to name a baby after someone who has died, especially in such horrible circumstances?"
But the baby's grandmother apologized for the fury and insisted on naming the child that Tiahleigh was not "disrespectful".
"I regret that someone has been upset by this, it was a sign of respect not to be hurtful," he said.
Cyndi Uluave is outraged because a young couple has called her baby after her murdered daughter, Tiahleigh Palmer, 12 years old
Ms. Uluave was unleashed on a Queensland couple, both in their teens, whose baby was born last Friday, and called Tiahleigh
Ms. Uluave told Daily Mail Australia that this brought painful memories of the brutal murder of Tiahleigh, which was committed to cover up the sexual abuse.
& # 39; Who names your baby after a dead girl? This was not his name to use, "he said.
"I'm still suffering from severe depression and I'm struggling to live life as it is without things like this appearing."
The anguished mother said she talked to the father of the new baby, a friend of her eldest son, weeks before the birth, and promised to change the name.
"I will simply change the full name of the fist (sic)," the father wrote in a message to a friend of Ms. Uluave.
The baby's grandmother (photographed with her granddaughter shortly after birth) apologized for the rage and insisted that the name of the girl Tiahleigh "did not intend to be disrespectful."
A picture of the baby with the name of Tiahleigh taken shortly after his birth last week
Facebook posts announcing the birth revealed that the teen couple kept the name
"I'm so sorry I did not realize that, please tell Cindy (sic) and all of us that we're sorry."
Mrs. Uluave affirmed after promising to change the name, the father of the baby blocked her. But the Facebook posts announcing the birth revealed that they retained the name.
The apology of the baby's grandmother contrasted with her aunt, who said that Tiahleigh was "just a name" and Ms. Uluave should "get over it".
"They have already named the baby, they are not going to change the name," he told Daily Mail Australia.
"How dare you, king, am I beyond savage?", He wrote on a Facebook page originally created to demand justice for his daughter.
The distraught mother claimed that the father of the new baby, a friend of his eldest son, promised to change the name weeks before the birth, but then used it anyway
& # 39; This family does not need more drama and that's it. It's a name for everyone to overcome [it]. Everything is just stupid. All this for a name, there are probably millions called Tiahleigh. "
However, Ms. Uluave said that she invented her daughter's name from components of different names, so it was unique.
"Tiahleigh was going to be Tiarna, however, I already knew 3 people with that name, so I decided because my second name is Lee and my son's second name is Lee, I decided that Tiahleigh was a good name", explained the year past.
"However, I did not like the way it looked, it was when I was suggested to change the needle for an h and that's how I got Tiahleigh."
Ms. Uluave said that the couple who named her daughter after Tiahleigh brought painful memories of her brutal murder, which was committed to cover up the sexual abuse.
Ms. Uluave said that she invented her daughter's name from components of different names, so she was unique
Ms. Uluave said that her murdered daughter had three brothers who would like to use her name as a tribute for their own children, but it should not be used by a stranger.
I'm not stupid, I know I do not have rights to the name, but I did the right thing, I approached them about that, at least I said I had changed the spelling and he assured me they would and then he blocked and saved me , & # 39; she said.
"They came out saying that they were Tiahleigh's best friends for years, but the truth is that Tiahleigh had hardly any friends, and after she passed, there were so many people who came out among the carpenters and claimed to be her best friend.
& # 39; Simply boils my blood & # 39;
Tiahleigh's adoptive father, Rick Thorburn, was imprisoned for life in May after pleading guilty to murdering her in September 2015.
He killed her to cover up the sexual abuse of her son Trent, who was then 18 years old, (photo) who was afraid of having Tiahleigh pregnant. Trent was imprisoned for four years
Tiahleigh's body was discovered in November 2015, six days after she disappeared from the care of her adoptive father, Rick Thorburn, on the Gold Coast.
Thorburn pleaded guilty to murdering her to cover up the sexual abuse of Trent, her 18-year-old son, who feared he had made her pregnant.
In May of this year, Thorburn was imprisoned for life. Trent was imprisoned for four years and his mother Julene Thorburn for 18 months, suspended after six months, for perjury.