- Polly Chowdhury, 35, was 'groomed' by 43-year-old lover Kiki Muddar
- Pair were cleared of murder but found guilty of manslaughter of child
- Ayesha weighed just three-and-a-half stone and had 50 separate injuries
- Her mother Chowdhury bit her on the back as part of vampire fantasy
- Lovers tortured Ayesha as part or terror campaign to rid her of 'evil spirits'
- Muddar created Muslim spirit and male lover who sent messages to Polly
- Fictional characters told her to have sex with Muddar and attack Ayesha
- Child was found dead on the floor of her bedroom by emergency services
- Her father today paid tribute to 'amazing, loving and intelligent' Ayesha
A Muslim lesbian was today found guilty of torturing her eight-year-old daughter to death with the help of her vampire-obsessed lover.
Polly Chowdhury, 35, became convinced Ayesha Ali was 'possessed' and that she needed to be 'punished' because of a fantasy world created on Facebook by her twisted girlfriend.
Chowdhury was 'groomed' by 43-year-old Kiki Muddar, who invented 15 fictional characters, including a Muslim spirit called Skyman and a paranormal lover called 'Jimmy', to control her partner.
She had seduced neighbour Chowdhury and split up her marriage, before sending thousands of messages from alter egos to convince her lover to play out sexual fantasies and torture Ayesha.
Muddar was also obsessed with vampires and Ayesha's mother agreed to bite her daughter's back as part of the depraved attacks that led to her death in Chadwell Heath, Essex, in August 2013.
Today the couple were found guilty of the eight-year-old's manslaughter but cleared of murder at the Old Bailey.
Killers: Polly Chowdhury (left), 35, killed her daughter Ayesha Ali with her lesbian lover Kiki Muddar (right) in a twisted romance
Victim: Ayesha weighed just three-and-a-half stone and had 50 separate injuries when she died from a blow to the head at her home in Chadwell Heath, Essex
The women would give the little girl cold baths, force feed her until she was sick and make her scrub the bathroom floor to rid her of 'evil spirits', the court heard.
Chowdhury became convinced hurting her child would 'stop the gates of hell from opening'.
A neighbour heard the child's screams as they took turns to creep into her bedroom wearing a terrifying horror mask.
Ayesha weighed just three-and-a-half stone, had 50 separate injuries, when she died from a blow to the head at her home.
When emergency services arrived the next day she was found lying naked, except for a pair of pink knickers, covered in bruises.
She had sustained nearly 50 injuries including the bite mark which was matched to her mother.
Police found the eight-year-old's handwritten notes in her bedroom where she promised to behave to avoid the brutal punishments.
She also made a 'naughty list' of what she did that was 'good' and 'bad'.
Muddar and Chowdhury each claimed it was the other woman who had killed Ayesha.
But an Old Bailey jury found them guilty of manslaughter today but cleared them of murder.
Muddar wept while Chowdhury sobbed into her hands as the verdicts were announced and they face long prison sentences
The jury took 31 hours and 31 minutes to reach the verdicts by a majority of 10-to-two.
Judge Christopher Moss QC remanded the couple in custody ahead of sentence on Friday.
The pair's depraved relationship revolved around a 'sado masochistic' fantasy world, involving fictional boyfriends, angels and spirits.
KILLER LESBIAN SAID PARANORMAL SEX WITH HER GIRLFRIEND WAS LIKE HOLYWOOD MOVIE GHOST
Chowdhury was communicating by text and Facebook with 15 different people and spirits which had all been created by Muddar.
As part of the investigation, detectives recovered and analyzed 140,000 lines of text from messaging apps and emails, 40,000 messages from a laptop, 1,450 voice recordings which were backed up on Kiki Muddar's phone and 17,000 pages of Facebook messages.
One of Muddar's characters, a Muslim spirit called Skyman, sent messages saying: 'Your daughter can have the pain' and 'your daughter is evil you never disciplined her today'.
Muddar also sent naked pictures to Chowdhury through 'Jimmy', asking her what sexual positions she enjoyed, and Chowdhury admitted she wanted to marry Jimmy despite never meeting him.
Chowdhury was even convinced she was having sexual contact with Jimmy on occasions when she shared a bed with Muddar.
Prosecutor Richard Whittam QC said both women had been exposed as liars since Ayesha's death, but that 'on occasions, truth is stranger than fiction.'
'It's undoubtedly true that the content (of the messages), however strange, even on the basis that the content was fiction, it's true that they were being sent.
'Whoever was persuading who, they were both party to these communications, they shared the content of them, they received them and reacted to them.
'You may think they shared their express distrust of Ayesha Ali.'
Chowdhury and Muddar had been neighbours when the Ayesha's mother, who wears a Muslim head scarf, was bringing up her family with her ex-husband.
Afsal Ali described his former spouse as 'the perfect mother' who had a 'good heart' and 'put other people before herself'.
Muddar would cause arguments in the family home and his wife became 'completely unrecognisable.'
Soon no family decisions could be made without Chowdury consulting Muddar, who had become her love.
'It was like she was possessed,' her husband said.
He tried to move her way from the area - but eventually they split up and Chowdhury moved in with her.
Ordeal: Aysha was almost constantly punished and abused - after her death police found this list she wrote before she died of the good things she did and the bad this she did
Letter: In her own words Ayesha became convinced that she deserved the brutal punishments she received - but in reality she was being abused by the people meant to be caring for her
Brutal: Ayesha was beaten so badly with a shower hose that it broke and Kiki Muddar went out to buy a new one
Chowdhury admitted she had come to hate her daughter and thought that she was 'pure evil' by the time of her death.
The girl's grieving father sobbed in court as he heard the 'livid' Muddar rage about his daughter during the phone call recorded just weeks before the little girl's death.
'I will f***ing drown that witch. Seriously, I'm going to kill her,' said Muddar.
'She's got this evil stare in her like there's pure evil inside her.'
Muddar and Chowdhury had been beating Ayesha for days before she died on the night of August 29, 2013.
Chowdhury said she saw Muddar with her foot on her daughter's throat shortly before she found her apparently drowning in the bath.
She said she dragged her out - and then smothering her with a pillow to 'end her suffering' later that night.
Chowdhury insisted she had no idea Muddar had battered her over the head.
'It took time for it to sink in. It took a very long time for me to get my head round that,' she told the jury.
'I realised I didn't do it and realised the only person responsible, to be able to do it, was Kiki.'
Muddar, who did not give evidence, told police she had left the flat that evening and only returned the next morning to find Ayesha dead and Chowdhury with her wrists cut in the bath.
But the jury found both women responsible for Ayesha's death.
Speaking outside court, Detective Sergeant Andy Nimmo said: 'Ayesha Ali was an innocent and defenceless eight-year-old child caught up in a bizarre set of circumstances and manipulated by two adults who were intent on causing her harm.
'Through social media and text, Muddar created a sophisticated web of lies and deceit which took officers months to unpick. What unravelled was a picture of enormous hatred directed towards Ayesha by both Muddar and Chowdhury.
'Ayesha should have been able to turn to one person who she could trust - her mother - but Chowdhury had allowed herself to become influenced by Muddar and together they inflicted serious emotional and finally physical harm on Ayesha.
'What the motive behind the campaign of abuse was remains unclear. What is painfully clear, however, is that Ayesha had her life taken away in horrible and brutal circumstances.'
Revealed: Disturbing recording of killer admitting she wanted to 'f***** kill' Ayesha because she was 'possessed' and 'evil'
Ayesha Ali's father Afsar wept in court as jurors were played a shocking phone call in which Kiki Muddar ranted about killing the child.
She described the innocent eight-year-old girl as 'evil' and a 'witch' to her friend Hemma on July 3 2013 - a month before the killing.
The court heard that she recorded all the calls she had made from January 2013 onwards using an app on her telephone and she kept some 41,000 texts.
Listen here and below is an abriged transcript
Muddar: Kill Polly's daughter. I'm not even joking. I'm not joking I'm going to f*****g kill her. Seriously, Hemma, you will never f*****g see me again.
Hemma: What happened?
Muddar: I'm f*****g going to kill her. I swear to God I'm going to f*****g kill her. I'll f*****g strang. I will drown her in the f*****g bath.
Hemma: Why do you say that? I've never heard you (inaudible).
Muddar: I f*****g that c***. I will f****g drown that witch. Seriously I'm going to kill her. I'm going to f*****g kill her Hemma and I'm going to go to prison tonight.
Muddar: Seriously I'll f*****g kill her. I will f*****g kill that bitch.
Muddar: Seriously I'll f*****g kill her. I will f*****g kill that bitch.
Muddar: She's just. She's a f*****g whore that's what she is. She's a f*****g waste of space. She wants her mum dead.
Hemma: She's not all there.
Muddar: Yeah, she's been f*****g fasti, she's give me so much lip. She's been screaming in my face 'I hate you'. She don't want me to live here. I'm going to f*****g kill her. I'm actually going to f*****g kill her.
Muddar: I'm actually going to kill her.
Hemma: She's (inaudible).
Muddar: I've text my cousin Jimmy and I've said 'Do you know what, ring the police, get the police to Polly's house, because I'm going to f*****g kill her now.'
Hemma: Is she that bad?
Muddar: She's, I tell you what she's, she's possessed, there's something evil in her.
Muddar: She, she's like that every f*****g day Hemma. I've never in my life ever, ever wanted anyone dead, never except for her, never.
Muddar: She's basically said 'I'm not doing nothing. I'm not going to clean up. I'm not doing nothing'. She don't want to do nothing. She's happy to see her mum dead.
Hemma: What has drove her so crazy?
Muddar: She has, she has a wee, right, she has a wee and she puts toilet paper on the side of the toilet, can't even put it in the loo.
Hemma: Are you serious?
Muddar: Yeah, she can't even wipe her own f*****g arse. She shits the f*****g bed because she can't be arsed to wipe her own arse.
Hemma: It sounds like she need like to, like to (inaudible).
Muddar: She needs to be f*****g killed.
Muddar: Everyone else has been trying so hard, do you know that?
Muddar: So bloody hard, but she is just evil, she's evil. I've never met, I've never met a child like her in my life ever, like ever ever ever.
Muddar: Oh, what time are you leaving?
Hemma: Erm, just a few minutes?
Muddar: Ahh! All right, listen I better get back. Er, er I , I probably am going to kill her.
Hemma: Okay, yeah, let me know what you do.
Muddar: All right I will do.
Muddar: All right.
Hemma: See you.
Muddar: All right, bye.
'She was my sunshine, my closest friend': Father's tearful tribute to 'amazing, loving and intelligent' Ayesha
Anger: Afsar Ali, 35, said his ex-wife fell under the spell of their 'evil' next-door neighbour when she should have been keeping their 'perfect child' from harm
The devastated father of eight-year-old Ayesha Ali will never forgive his former wife.
Afsar Ali, 35, said she she fell under the spell of their 'evil' next-door neighbour when she should have been keeping their 'perfect child' from harm.
He attended every day of the Old Bailey trial of his ex, Polly Chowdhury, and her lesbian lover Kiki Muddar, who were accused of killing the 'intelligent and loving' girl after a shocking campaign of abuse.
Scotland Yard Detective Sergeant Andy Nimmo ead a statement on behalf of a tearful Mr Ali outside the Old Bailey and said: 'Over the last few weeks I sat in the courtroom as the truth unfolded.
'It was not the truth about my princess Ayesha, it was the truth about what they did to my little girl, how they tortured her and took away her life.
'Ayesha was an amazing little girl - loving, caring, intelligent and always smiling. She was helpful and considerate to everyone she met.
'She was a gift of love. I knew that the very moment she came into my world. Nothing will bring Ayesha back.
'All I have now is happy memories of the past, the joyful moments we have had together. She filled my world with beauty and I'm going to hold on to that for as long as I live. She was my sunshine, my closest friend.'
Mr Ali, a project manager for an apprenticeship programme for the unemployed, split up with Chowdhury after Muddar moved into the family home against his wishes and slept in his wife's bed.
He only learned details of the women's relationship and their fantasy world of fictional characters through listening to the trial, he said.
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