Cops say Becky, who was ‘barking like a wild animal’, killed her son at the age of five at their home in Melbourne and was fed both food and water. She then goes on to blame her son’s death on drugs and alcohol, while her boyfriend said he could have ‘died in his sleep’. His name has not been released, but sources say his body was in a ‘faulty’ freezer at the time of his death. Becky is on a four-year bail due to be extradited to France in relation to the murder, according to her lawyer Dave Stoddart. His client is accused of murdering Taylan Strauch, five, who was found stabbed to death in the family’s car at a Victoria farm in 2015.

FACEBOOK Southport woman Becky Strauch posted a touching tribute to her son two months ago

Police arrived at the address at about 4.30pm on August 27, 2015 and found the five-year-old with cuts and stab wounds to his upper body. She then held him up by his arms and stabbed him as he sat on the floor in front of the car’s heater. Two months after Becky was charged, her boyfriend Patrick Clark, 27, was charged with murder and was remanded in custody. He allegedly told police he and Becky had smoked drugs at the time of the crime, and that they had also stabbed Taylan to save themselves.

GETTY Southport woman Becky Strauch’s killer Patrick Clark

Taylan was also stabbed multiple times before falling asleep in a hot car at a farm in the Blue Mountains, north-west of Sydney. Picture: Facebook

FACEBOOK Patrick Clark appeared via video link

His girlfriend Becky Strauch uploaded an image of the new death notice on Instagram, along with a touching tribute to her son and setting up a fund for his funeral. She wrote: “Rest In Peace Taylan, We are forever in your arms. We love you so much. “You will forever be in our hearts. You are too loved. And so too dead. “Prayers, a fundraising fund at Crimestoppers and the Love Ticket to help children with traumatic injuries will be set up.” Both Bacchanal Lady nightclub and Bridgegate nightclub are currently assisting police with their inquiries into Taylan’s death.

FACEBOOK Southport resident Becky Strauch has written to the media over the year since Taylan’s death