‘I found out my son had been knifed to death by his mum & dumped on Lidl checkout after she sent pic of his dead body'

A DAD whose son who was stabbed to death by his mum in Lidl found out about his death after she sent a picture of his dead body.

Norbert Juhász has been left in shock after receiving a photo of two-year-old Alex's body covered in blood, with the caption "now nobody will have him," local sources report.

Ex-porn actress Katalin Erzsebet Bradacs, 44, allegedly killed her two-year-old son  Alex Juhasz before dumping his body on a checkout counter at a Lidl store in Umbria, Italy.

According to local media, it was the woman's eldest son Claudio who told the father the tragic news.

He was later sent the gruesome image by friends via WhatsApp.

"I found out from Katalin's eldest son, Claudio," the devastated father, who lives in Hungary, told Tuttoggi.

"She had sent him the picture of my treasure all covered in blood.

"It was horrible to see! There was a lot of blood all over the shirt. And his eyes…"

On Friday the former nightclub dancer reportedly entered a Lidl store asking for help as she placed her son's bloodied body on top of a checkout counter.

Sadly the boy was pronounced dead – with nine stab wounds found on his body, chest, and neck.

Bradacs was arrested by police after a knife was discovered in her handbag.

A number of items including Alex's blood-stained t-shirt, which was punctured with nine holes, and Bradac's jumper were found later that night at a disused building nearby.


Following her arrest, Bradacs was taken into questioning, and she denied the accusations against her, reportedly telling the police repeatedly: "I did not kill my son."

She reportedly told cops three contradictory versions of events before choosing to remain silent on the advice of her lawyer, Enrico Renzoni.

Preliminary investigation judge Angela Avila said the stab wound on the woman's left arm was possibly self-inflicted with the same murder weapon, Umbria24 reported.

Bradacs was taken into custody at a prison in the nearby city of Perugia and was due to be questioned again this morning.

The disused building where the crime allegedly took place was sealed off by the police.


CCTV footage viewed by police did not reveal any further suspects, and Bradacs was caught on camera arriving and leaving the scene.

The crime itself was not caught on camera, but the woman was filmed both arriving at and leaving the scene.

Bradacs had been living in the Tuscan town of Chiusi Scalo at the home of a man who had managed the now-closed nightclub she had worked at.

She also has an 18-year-old son, who lives in Hungary, and whose father is deceased.

But the woman has denied killing her son, through a statement from her lawyer.

"It was not Erzsebet Katalin Bradacs who killed the two-year-old son Alex Juhasz" Renzoni said, leaving the Capanne prison.

 According to the lawyer's claim "she left the child for a few minutes to go look for a toy, and when she returned, she found her son in those conditions."

The investigation is ongoing.

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