Police patrol the house in New Malden where the bodies of Tania Clarence’s children were discovered. (Picture: PA)
A court has heard the tragic details of how Tania Clarence killed her disabled twin sons and daughter before attempting to take her own life.
The 43-year-old mother, who has a history of depression, has already admitted the manslaughter of Olivia, four, and three-year-old twins Ben and Max at the family’s London home in April this year.
All three children had previously suffered from SMA type 2, a condition which weakens muscles and Mrs Clarence had previously told doctors how they ‘cannot understand what it is like every day of your life knowing that your children would die before you’.
She reportedly ran sobbing from the courtroom as the trial heard how the three children were found dead in their beds, with toys arranged around their heads.
Prosecutor Zoe Johnson QC compared…
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