"Mowgli child” found in Moscow apartment replete with garbage. Boy, 7, died
Doctors diagnosed a child with cardiac arrest.
A seven-year-old "Mowgli boy", who almost never left the apartment in which he lived with his mother and grandmother, died in Moscow, reports Telegram channel Mash. According to the channel, the child suffered from autism.
The child continued to live with his mother Anna and grandmother Lydia Pushkina after the divorce of his parents. According to neighbors, the boy's mother practically did not appear at home, and her grandmother suffered from the syndrome of hoarding and brought bags of garbage from the street to the home every day.
The boy’s father and the Pushkins’ neighbors lodged complaints with the children’s services, but they ignored them. The channel reports that on March 12, the mother heard a wheeze in the adjacent room, tried to wake the child, but failed. Doctors diagnosed the boy with cardiac arrest.
The Pushkins' neighbors told the channel that after the incident, three trucks were taken out of the Pushkins' apartment.
The Prosecutor General's Office had earlier accused the Moscow region’s ex-official of exceeding official authority, taking a bribe on an especially large scale, and forgery, and demanded to seize assets worth of 9 billion rubles ($135 million) from him.