Sara Sharif’s grieving mother is determined to learn what happened to her daughter.
Here’s what Olga Sharif has revealed about the 10-year-old’s death.
Who is Olga Sharif?
Olga Sharif is the mother of Sara Sharif, who was found dead on August 10 at her home in Woking, Surrey.
Olga, a Polish native, divorced her father, Urfan Sharif, in 2015, and a family court ordered Sara and her brother to live with their father.
Although the mother had equal access to the children, she stated that this got more difficult with time.
What has Olga Sharif said about Sara Sharif’s death?
Sara’s mother, Olga Sharif, expressed her shock at discovering her daughter’s remains at the morgue.
“One of her cheeks was swollen, and the other side was bruised,” she said on the Polish TV show Uwaga! on the TVN Channel.
“Even now, when I close my eyes, I can see what my baby looked like.”
Olga stated that her daughter was clothed in Mickey Mouse pyjamas and was wrapped in a comforter.
“No mother should have to see something like that,” she added.
Olga previously spoke to The Sun about her frantic attempts to contact Urfan after the tragic discovery Sara was dead.
She said: “I texted and I called but got nothing, so I tried to get to him through, but it was turned to private.
“It was also my friends and my relatives trying to message them, but nobody got anything.”
Olga added: “He said he loves my kids but he flies away?
“It doesn’t take five minutes to fly out of the country.
“It takes hours to sort out everything, (like) the money for the flights.
“There are still so many questions with no answers.”
The 36-year-old explained that she married Urfan in 2009 and the relationship broke down in 2017.
She claimed her little girl’s behaviour had started to change once living with her father, who had custody of Sara and her 13-year-old brother.
What happened to Sara Sharif?
But Woking Coroner’s Court was told the youngster’s death is likely to have been “unnatural”.
A previous post-mortem revealed she suffered “multiple and extensive injuries which are likely to have been caused over a sustained and extended period of time”.