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Police have upgraded an attempted murder charge to one of murder in the death of a seven year old child in the suburbs of London.

Seven year old Thai/British child allegedly murdered by father in London | News by Samui TimesBriton Robert Peters – a wealthy antique dealer – is alleged to have strangled his daughter with a dressing gown cord at their home in Raynes Park, South West London.

She has been named as Sophia after reporting restrictions were lifted.

Sophia’s Thai mother Kittiya Promsat was out at the time her daughter was allegedly strangled.

She was reported as having left a message on Facebook: “I love you a lot and love you for ever sweetheart”.

Tnews reported on the story in Thai saying that the father who is three times married has a 60 million baht fortune.

He is in business with his brother in Kensington.

He was initially charged with attempted murder after the incident on November 3rd but Sophia died in hospital next day so it has been upgraded to murder.

Prosecutors were suggesting that the father allegedly acted with premeditation.

Peters was due to appear in court Saturday.

Thai Visa / TNews

Seven year old Thai/British child allegedly murdered by father in London | News by Samui Times

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