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The mother of a 17-month-old baby found floating at sea near Bedok Jetty in November last year will be remanded further for psychiatric assessment.
SINGAPORE: The mother of a 17-month-old baby found floating at sea near Bedok Jetty in November last year will be remanded further for psychiatric assessment.
This follows the prosecution's request on Tuesday.
In November, 44-year-old Lim Ann Nee was charged with the murder of her son, Emilien Lacroix.
The crime was allegedly committed between 3pm and 6pm on November 25 in the sea off the East Coast Park.
Defence lawyer Anand Nalachandran also told the Court on Tuesday that he had not received any information on the treatment provided to his client since her remand.
Mr Nalachandran said he will follow up on this matter accordingly.
After the case was heard, Lim, who wore dark-rimmed glasses and had a ponytail, was seen speaking to her lawyer.
About 30 supporters, including Lim's husband, were present at Tuesday's short hearing.
If convicted of murder, Lim faces the death penalty.