|Posted by aNyBLogGa on May 10, 2011 at 12:02 AM|
Yazmina Acar with her father Ramazan Acar pictured on Facebook before he killed her with a large knife.
Mr Reardon remanded Acar in custody until May 18 to appear in the Supreme Court.
Ms D’Argent and Acar were estranged and Yazmina or "Mimi" was murdered on November 17 last year after he picked her up from her mother at Hallam to take her to a milk bar to buy her a Kinder Surprise.
But instead Acar kidnapped the child, stabbed her a number of times and dumped her body at Greenvale Reservoir reserve.
Straining her head towards the dock today, Ms D'Argent punched the air and wept as Acar admitted killing Yazmina in revenge for their broken relationship.
Mr. Acar who today admitted murdering his two-year-old daughter posted a message on Facebook which read "Bout 2 kill ma kid'' just before he stabbed her with a massive Ninja-style knife. Shortly afterwards Ramazan “Ramzy'' Acar, 24, sent a text message to the toddler's mother Rachelle D'Argent which read “It's ova I did it''.
A magistrate heard today that as little Yazmina Acar lay dying beside her father he posted another Facebook message which read “Pay bk u slut''.
The shocking details of the murder of little Yazmina were revealed in Melbourne Magistrates' Court in a police brief of evidence.
Wearing an oversize dark suit and white shirt and tie Acar, of Meadow Heights, looked nonchalant as he appeared in the prisoners dock as Ms D'Argent and her friends and family looked on.
As the charge of murder was read to him by Magistrate Peter Reardon he replied in a clear voice: "Guilty".
“I wanted him to look me in the eye and he did," Ms D'Argent said as she walked from court.
“A quick glimpse but enough for him to say he was guilty."
She said she was relieved she would not have to go through the ordeal of a trial.
“It was enough for me to know he did it and my daughter to know but for everybody else to hear it. Makes me all the more happy," she said.
“I was there for my daughter."
Ms D'Argent said she was “getting there" with her recovery from the ordeal and in a message to Yazmina said that “mummy's always gonna be there for you".
In her witness statement Ms D'Argent said she and Acar were together for a number of years and at one time they were engaged but his jealousy and violent outbursts drove them apart.
On the day of the killing she said Acar arrived in his utility, and reluctantly she allowed him to take Yazmina to a milk bar at the end of the street.
But he never returned her.
Ms D'Argent said she phoned him a number of times pleading with him to bring her daughter home before calling police.