Mother accused of killing her severely disabled daughter, eight, could still inherit $1 million of her trust fund even if she is convicted

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Reports: Daily Mail

A mother who is accused of killing her severely disabled eight-year-old daughter could still inherit nearly $1million from her trust fund even if she is convicted, it was today revealed.

Alayah-Rose Savarese, who suffered from cerebral palsy and could not speak, walk or feed herself, was found dead from a ruptured stomach in her mother Nicole Diggs’s apartment in New York.

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