Mother accused of killing her two & # 39; inseparable & # 39; daughters are released from the hospital as she recovers from self-inflicted wounds after alleged manslaughter
- Released Milka Djurasovic from the hospital after allegedly harassing her children
- She was in the hospital after being found with non-life-threatening self-inflicted wounds
- She was detained on Monday and will appear in court on November 27
A mother accused of killing her two young daughters in their home in Perth has been released from the hospital but remains locked up.
The bodies of & # 39; inseparable & # 39; Mia Djurasovic (10) and six-year-old Tiana were found on Friday evening by their father Nenad in their Madeley house.
Milka Djurasovic was later found near a beach car park near Mullaloo with non-life-threatening self-inflicted wounds.
The bodies of Mia Djurasovic (left), 10 and six-year-old Tiana (right) were found Friday night by their father Nenad in their Madeley house
The 38-year-old appeared in Perth Magistrates Court on Monday through an audio link from her hospital bed, charged with two counts of murder.
She was detained on November 27 to face the Stirling Gardens Magistrates Court.
Flowers and teddy bears have been left outside the family's home, who come geographically from Bosnia but identify themselves as Serbian.
St Sava Serbian Orthodox Church protresbyter Sasa Stojanovic told AAP that he knew the entire family and had been in contact with them since the tragedy.
Talent Co. Dance and entertainment dance school described one of the girls as a & # 39; popular, friendly and beautiful student & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Her last lesson with us was memorable because she had mastered the whole lesson with her hilarious story, a wonderful lasting memory for her classmates, & # 39; published the dance school on Facebook.
Milka Djurasovic was later found near a beach car park near Mullaloo with non-life-threatening self-inflicted wounds – landed her in the hospital. She was released and put back in prison. Pictured: Memorial
The deaths contributed to three other important family tragedies in WA in the past 18 months
Child protection minister Simone McGurk said the family had not had any contact with the department.
Prime Minister Mark McGowan said that counseling was available for the girls' Ashdale Primary School classmates.
The deaths contributed to three other important family tragedies in WA in the past 18 months.
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