Published: Sat, September 23, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Two charged with murder over burned body in Southfields garden

Two charged with murder over burned body in Southfields garden

They have now charged Ouissem Medouni, 40 and Sabrina Kouider, 34, with murder.

Neighbors also told police that even though the Sabrina and Ouissem - who's relationship has not been established - seemed like normal people, they would often hear them having loud arguments that included a woman screaming.

A neighbor told the Daily Mail that her child thought that there was a barbecue going on at Quider's home.

When London police finally arrived, they say they discovered something much more alarming than a barbecue or a garden fire: They found a badly charred body in the backyard garden of a couple's $1.2 million home, the body so severely burned that authorities couldn't immediately establish the age or gender of the victim, according to The Guardian.

And although she "had a lot of money", neighbours said, Quider paid her nanny just £50 ($91) a month. She never arrived. Sabrina was always a real party girl, out smiling with friends.

A job hard and strained relationships with her boss had convinced the nanny to resign and return to France, as his friends told the Daily Mail: "Sophie was unhappy for a long time - so unfortunate that she was party to install in one of his few friends for two nights last month".

'She had finally chose to go home though, and had just asked her mum to send her £40 so she could afford the fare.

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One woman, 29, said she was passing the street when she saw what she thought was a "weird barbecue" taking place in a back yard.

Ms Kouider works in Battersea as a stylist, make-up artist, fashion designer and songwriter. "That family kept to themselves mostly, I remember once they came in complaining about our washing machine leaking into their flat", he told the Evening Standard.

"We saw smoke and there was a foul smell".

Det Insp Richard Leonard of the Metropolitan Police said previously that detectives were "doing everything we can to identify the deceased".

An eight-year-old boy is said to have climbed a fence and saw a man throwing sticks onto a bonfire, reports the Mail Online. During a recent interview with the Sun, Walton said of his time in Boyzone, "I was the lead singer". He now lives in LA and appeared on Vietnam Idol as a judge.

Afterwards he went on to found another pop group, 5th Avenue, and to manage boyband Blue after their reformation in 2011.

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