Grieving mum shares heartbreaking video of her son, 5, dancing after gran detained over boy's horror stabbing death

THE HEARTBROKEN mum of a boy who was stabbed to death has shared a final video of her son dancing.

Tragic David-Mario Lazar, 5, was found dead at a home in Coventry, West Midlands, earlier in January.


His grandmother, Elena Anghel, 49, was detained under the Mental Health Act after the youngsters body was found at the property.

Cristina Lazar has paid tribute to her son for the first time, saying “I love you. I adore you.

"I worship you, your pure and pure heart, you are the most beautiful child in the whole world.”

The devastated mum shared a video of little Mario happily dancing during a shopping trip and grinning at the camera.

Family and friends have paid tribute to him on the post, saying that they are “praying” for her after the horrific incident.

His parents Cristina and Dorine paid tribute to the little lad, saying: “We will never forget you.

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“Our son, he was the most beautiful child in the world. He was a very happy boy.

"He was always smiling from when he woke up to when he went to sleep. He had so much energy. He loved to dance and sing.

"He is all of our hearts, all our love and is everything to both of us.”

Dad Dornie also posted a picture showing his son posing during a day out in the park while throwing a thumbs up to the camera.

His final school report called him a “lovely” boy who had made a “super start” to life at school – and had started to excel in sport.  

Staff at his school, Hearsall Community Academy said: "I wish you so much luck next year and know that you will flourish and allow more of you to be shown to the world."

The tribute comes after The Sun revealed that the child’s gran has been detained and sectioned following his death. 

Grandmother Anghel was initially arrested on suspicion of murder, but officers confirmed that she had been sectioned after being questioned.

Mario was found with a fatal stab wound at his home – where he was allegedly being looked after by Anghel. 

A close pal of the family said: "The mother was at work when it happened, and her husband was, too. The grandmother was the last person to see the boy alive.

"No one can understand how she came to have a knife in her hand. We just don't know why.

"When I met her, she was always OK. She didn't ever present any signs of a mental illness."



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