Mom accused of murdering her two young daughters pleads NOT guilty after shocked husband discovered his little girls’ bodies
- Milka Djurasovic faced Stirling Gardens Magistrates Court in Perth on Wednesday
- She is charged with murdering daughters Tiana, 6, and Mia, 10, last October
- Djurasovic pleaded not guilty to the murder of the young girls in court on Wednesday
- She will be on trial and has been remanded in custody until the trial in December
A mother has pleaded that she was not guilty of killing her two young daughters before being found with self-inflicted wounds.
Milka Djurasovic, 38, faced Stirling Gardens Magistrates Court in Perth on Wednesday via a video link from Bandyup Prison.
Djurasovic pleaded not guilty to the murders of Tiana, 6, and Mia, 10, in Madeley in October 2019.
Tiana Djurasovic, 6, (left) and her older sister Mia (right) were found dead in their Perth home
She is now on trial for the alleged murders and was taken into custody on December 14 to appear before the WA Supreme Court. The Western Australian reports.
The young sisters’ bodies were found in their home by Djurasovic’s husband, Nenad.
Neighbors immediately called the police after hearing shouting in the family’s front yard outside the house.
The deaths of the young girls shocked Perth and provoked a big reaction from the community.
Djurasovic was found more than two hours later with self-inflicted wounds near the Mullaloo Beach car park, in north Perth.
Forensic police officers are investigating the scene at Madeley’s home in October 2019