By Australian Associated Press
Published: 04:50 GMT, 1 December 2020 | Updated: 04:51 GMT, 1 December 2020
A Sydney woman who knifed her mother more than 100 times said: 'I kept stabbing and stabbing and stabbing her, I took off her head', a court has heard.
Rita Camilleri's decapitated head was found on the footpath, while her body was found on the kitchen floor as were her eyeballs, tongue and tip of her nose, prosecutor Tony McCarthy said on Tuesday.
He was giving the crown opening address at the NSW Supreme Court trial of 27-year-old Jessica Camilleri who has pleaded not guilty to murdering her mother at their St Clair home in July 2019.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Rita Camilleri, 57, (pictured) was found dead with her body lying inside her house and her severed head in a neighbour's front yard down the street
Her daughter Jessica, 25, (pictured) allegedly carried her head down the road before leaving it in a neighbour's front yard. She has been charged with murder
Blood on the pavement down the street from the Camilleri house where Jessica allegedly carried her mother's head
Jessica, 25, allegedly carried her head down the road before leaving it in a neighbour's front yard
Both the prosecutor and her barrister Nathan Steel agree Camilleri carried out the