A MUM arrested for selling her five-day-old baby for less than £3,000 reportedly stated that she intended to use the money for a nose operation.The 33-year-old suspect, who has not been identified by local media, was apprehended before the operation in Dagestan, southern Russia.
According to reports, the mom informed a pal that she did not want to keep the kid.
And she reportedly organized for a couple to purchase the kid five days after its birth on April 25 in Kaspiysk.
According to police, the mom relinquished her son on the day she left the hospital in exchange for a 10% down payment of 20,000 roubles (£287).
A few weeks later, the child required medical treatment, and doctors asked the parents for his birth certificate.
They asked the biological mother, who reportedly provided it to them on May 26 in return for another 100,000 roubles (£1,440).
According to accounts, she informed the pair that she planned to spend the money on a nose job.
They still owed her the remaining 200,000 roubles (£2,870) of the entire sum.
Police came in and arrested all three accused for human trafficking before they could pass it over.
According to officials, the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation for the Republic of Dagestan has opened a criminal investigation into a 33-year-old citizen of Kaspiysk.
According to investigations, a lady gave birth to a boy in Caspian City Central Hospital on April 25, 2022.
The mother who had given birth was released from hospital on April 30, 2022, after meeting with a local neighbour and agreeing to sell her newborn boy, who was helpless, to him for a prize of 200,000 roubles. She then signed a release for the kid’s rights, and the accused received 20,000 roubles from a third party for the baby.
On May 26, 2022, she received the remaining funds totaling 100,000 roubles.
As a result, details relating to the crime committed became available to law enforcement personnel.
At the moment, a number of investigation measures are being conducted with the intention of building all of the facts surrounding the crime committed and collecting proof of the accused’s guilt. A decision is being made on a preventative step against her.
There is an illicit market for newborn newborns in Russia.
In 2019, three incidents were recorded, including a single mother of 23 who reportedly sought to sell her week-old child for £11,500.
A mother was charged a year ago with putting a morbid ad proposing to sell her infant boy to human organ dealers.