Video shows woman said to have killed herself vowing revenge

PETALING JAYA - A chilling video capturing the last words of a woman said to have committed suicide is making the rounds on social media.

In the video, the woman vowed to come back from the dead and wreak vengeance,

A source close to the family claimed the woman, in her 30s, died in Taman Sri Muda, Shah Alam, last weekend.

In the minute-long video, the woman was recorded as saying in Tamil: "My child and I are going to die. I can't live without my husband and I can't live without my child.

"I'm dying every day, my child is already dead inside. I'm going to find my husband. I swear if my husband has died naturally, I wouldn't be taking revenge.

"But now, I will take revenge by killing my child.

"Only a parent will know the pain of killing a child. Do something for (name undiscernible), that's all."

The source, wanting to be known only as John, said the woman's husband died in February this year, about a month after their wedding.

He also claimed the couple's daughter, who is over a year old, died on the same weekend as her mother.

"A week prior to their deaths, the woman had called some of her relatives.

"She told them that she and her daughter were going somewhere far soon.

"She asked her relatives to pay them a visit," he said.

According to John, the couple, then unmarried, had been living together after the birth of their child.

He alleged that the woman was suffering from depression after her husband's death.

John lambasted those involved in uploading the video on social media.

"What they did is inhumane. The family is already suffering.

"Seeing the video would only add to their pain," he said.

Selangor CID chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Mohd Adnan Abdullah confirmed that a woman was found dead in a river near Taman Sri Muda on Sunday.

He also confirmed that a girl, believed to be her daughter, was also found dead prior to the discovery.

"We do not have sufficient evidence to link the two deaths," he added.

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