To be found guilty, the woman in the picture, Rosdeep Kular better known as Rosie would become one of the most despised women.
Rosie Kular, 33, was arrested after police discovered her son’s body in woodland behind her former home, some 30 miles from where initial reports suggested he had gone missing. Detectives questioned her for nearly 24 hours before charging her on Saturday night in connection with Mikaeel’s death.
Today she made a brief first appearance in a private hearing at Edinburgh Sheriff Court. Miss Kular who is been described to be a beauty therapist who also has four other children, told police that she last saw her young son when she put him to bed in her flat in Edinburgh at 9pm on Wednesday last week.
But mystery surrounds the tragic ending of little, three-year-old Mikaeel Kular, as officers inform the mother said he had gone missing when she discovered he was not in the bedroom the next morning and believe he would have been capable of putting his shoes and coat on and leaving the building by himself.
Rosdeep is the daughter of Harjinder and her first husband Gurbax Kular. The couple brought up both Rosdeep and her sister; Pandeep, in the family home in Blair Place, Kirkcaldy, before Gurbax’s death in 1997 at the age of 43.
Her sister and mother are reported to be devastated over the recent findings, announced late on Saturday by Police Scotland Assistant Chief.
Rosdeep married Nigerian taxi driver Omotoso Adekunle Adekoya, 35, in Glenrothes in July 2004. The couple had moved in together to Dunsyre House North in Edinburgh’s Calder Crescent before they got married.
They went on to have two sons – Tarun, nine, and David, seven – and a daughter Renuka, now five.
They then split up and Rosdeep moved back to Kirkcaldy.
She met another man and gave birth to twins Mikaeel Zayn Kular and Ashika Miskinah Rosie Kular on May 7, 2010. According to reports online the twins father is a Pakistani man who has had no contact with them.
Her older sister, 37-year-old Pandeep was reported to be looking after Rosdeep’s other children.
The death of Mikaeel has caused not only a commotion for the family but also an estimated 600 people attended a memorial service for the toddler in Edinburgh last night.
Flowers, candles and cuddly toys were left at both the Kirkcaldy scene and outside the Kular family flat, which is still the subject of forensic investigations.
Prayers to to the family.