A Malaysian lady who allegedly tried to blackmail the mother and father of a dying child has been labelled a ‘shame’ by the kid’s heartbroken mother and father.

a boy in a room: Baby Amiyah (pictured) tragically died last week after succumbing to an undiagnosed neurological issue© Supplied by Related Newspapers Restricted
Child Amiyah (pictured) tragically died final week after succumbing to an undiagnosed neurological subject

Siti Nurhidayah Kamal, 24, was refused bail on Monday amid fears she is going to try to flee the nation.

The mom of two is accused of contacting the mother and father of 11-month outdated Amiyah Windross and asking for $1000 for the return of a stolen cell phone which contained treasured pictures of their little one.

Child Amiyah tragically died final week after succumbing to an undiagnosed neurological subject she fought for the reason that day of her beginning. 

a woman wearing glasses and smiling at the camera: Siti Nurhidayah Kamal (pictured), 24, was charged with trying to blackmail $1,000 from the parents of the dying baby girl. She was refused bail amid fears she will attempt to flee the country© Supplied by Related Newspapers Restricted
Siti Nurhidayah Kamal (pictured), 24, was charged with attempting to blackmail $1,000 from the mother and father of the dying child lady. She was refused bail amid fears she is going to try to flee the nation

Kamal contacted Jay and Dee Windross final Tuesday after they made a determined public plea for the return of the Samsung Galaxy S8 cellphone.

Her lawyer, Royce Dekker, stated his consumer supposed to plead responsible to the cost of creating an unwarranted demand for money with menace when it’s was finally heard within the County Court docket of Victoria.

‘It is despicable. It is disgusting,’ Ms Windross stated.

‘Why would anybody try this and she or he knew the place we had been in. You might inform by the messages. How may you be so disgraceful?’

Kamal allegedly contacted the couple through whatsapp after they made a number of determined posts on social media to assist them retrieve the cellphone.

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François Rollin et al. looking at the camera: Kamal allegedly contacted Jay and Dee Windross (pictured outside Ringwood court on Monday) after they made a desperate public plea for the return of the Samsung Galaxy S8 phone© Supplied by Related Newspapers Restricted
Kamal allegedly contacted Jay and Dee Windross (pictured exterior Ringwood courtroom on Monday) after they made a determined public plea for the return of the Samsung Galaxy S8 cellphone

The couple imagine the cellphone was stolen from the bathrooms subsequent to Goal at Chadstone Procuring Centre final Saturday about 5.30pm.

a man talking on a cell phone: Ms Windross left her phone in a toilet cubicle at Melbourne's Chadstone Shopping Centre on April 20, and her husband made a desperate plea on social media to have it returned© Supplied by Related Newspapers Restricted
Ms Windross left her cellphone in a rest room cubicle at Melbourne’s Chadstone Procuring Centre on April 20, and her husband made a determined plea on social media to have it returned

‘The hours that we spent holding our daughter, this lady was sitting in her personal home demanding cash from us,’ Ms Windross stated exterior courtroom.

a woman talking on a cell phone: Ms Windross said she felt some relief Kamal had been jailed until her guilty plea© Supplied by Related Newspapers Restricted
Ms Windross stated she felt some reduction Kamal had been jailed till her responsible plea

DJ Q-Bert wearing a red hat: Kamal allegedly contacted the couple via whatsapp after they made several desperate posts on social media to help them retrieve the phone. Her husband is pictured leaving court© Supplied by Related Newspapers Restricted
Kamal allegedly contacted the couple through whatsapp after they made a number of determined posts on social media to assist them retrieve the cellphone. Her husband is pictured leaving courtroom

The Ringwood Magistrates’ Court docket heard Kamal and her husband had been working as Uber Eats deliverers incomes $120 a day.

a close up of a person: Pictured: an emotional Ms Windross outside Ringwood's court© Supplied by Related Newspapers Restricted
Pictured: an emotional Ms Windross exterior Ringwood’s courtroom

Mr Dekker stated the couple left their kids in Malaysia and had been attempting to make ends meet once they fell on onerous occasions and could not pay the hire.

‘They’re incomes extra money than we’re,’ Ms Windross stated. ‘They earn extra money then we have been residing on on one wage every for 11 months and we have now needed to pay hospital payments, automotive parking – the whole lot. Mortgage payments. And she or he’s in there crying as a result of they do not earn sufficient cash.’

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Mr Dekker urged to the courtroom Kamal may have been launched with the three days she had already served in jail and a group primarily based order had the jurisdiction not been moved to the County Court docket.

a person standing in front of a building: Melbourne couple Jay and Dee Windross' (pictured) 11-month-old daughter Amiyah had been fighting an 'undiagnosed neurological issue from the day she was born', and died on Wednesday morning© Supplied by Related Newspapers Restricted
Melbourne couple Jay and Dee Windross’ (pictured) 11-month-old daughter Amiyah had been combating an ‘undiagnosed neurological subject from the day she was born’, and died on Wednesday morning

He complained the delay in bringing her to justice there – estimated to take about six months – was extreme.

a person wearing a hat: The court heard Kamal and her husband (pictured leaving court on Monday) had been struggling working as Uber delivery bike riders making $120 a day© Supplied by Related Newspapers Restricted
The courtroom heard Kamal and her husband (pictured leaving courtroom on Monday) had been struggling working as Uber supply bike riders making $120 a day

Mr Dekker argued his consumer was now not a flight danger as she had handed over her passport and had a secure tackle in Springvale.

However Justice of the Peace Jan McLean disagreed and refused bail.

Ms Windross stated she felt some reduction Kamal had been jailed till her responsible plea.

‘She must endure the results of what she’s executed,’ she stated.

Mr Windross stated Kamal’s timing of the rip-off couldn’t have come at a worse time.

Kamal had contacted the couple as they spent their final treasured moments together with her.

a hand holding a baby: A woman tried to exploit the couple's vulnerability by extorting $1000 out of them while their daughter was dying© Supplied by Related Newspapers Restricted
A lady tried to take advantage of the couple’s vulnerability by extorting $1000 out of them whereas their daughter was dying

Mr Windross stated she continued to textual content him by the night time whereas he had been attempting to spend ‘each emotional minute’ together with his little one.

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‘It was a hoax. Not solely was it a whole and utter waste of my time, it was interrupting my closing moments with my dying daughter,’ he wrote on Fb.

a group of people looking at a phone: Kamal's busband (pictured centre) did not comment when he left court on Monday after his wife was refused bail© Supplied by Related Newspapers Restricted
Kamal’s busband (pictured centre) didn’t remark when he left courtroom on Monday after his spouse was refused bail

Outdoors courtroom, the couple stated they hoped Kamal would obtain justice.

‘She must get the whole lot that (the courtroom) are able to giving to her. She has kids. She has two kids which can be nonetheless alive – I haven’t got my child anymore,’ Ms Windross stated.

The couple once more urged anybody who had the cellphone to make contact with them.

a man standing in front of a building: Outside the court, the couple again urged anyone who had the phone to make contact with them© Supplied by Related Newspapers Restricted
Outdoors the courtroom, the couple once more urged anybody who had the cellphone to make contact with them

‘I haven’t got my child anymore, I am unable to take anymore pictures of my child. I do not care who you’re,’ Ms Windross stated.

‘Give it again … you do not have to inform me who you’re or the place you’re. Simply put the cellphone someplace and let somebody know the place it’s so that I can have it again.’

a small child smiling at the camera: Kamal (pictured) had contacted the couple as they spent their last precious moments with their dying daughter© Supplied by Related Newspapers Restricted
Kamal (pictured) had contacted the couple as they spent their final treasured moments with their dying daughter

Kamal will reappear in courtroom

tomorrow. 

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