Tatiana ‘Tania’ Dokhotaru Wiki – Tatiana ‘Tania’ Dokhotaru Biography
Tatiana ‘Tania’ Dokhotaru, 34, was found dead inside her apartment on Norfolk Street in Liverpool, southwest of Sydney, at 8pm. of May 27.
NSW Police released CCTV footage on Tuesday of what they believe to be a phone thrown outside the 34-year-old man’s apartment just before midnight on May 26. The phone has never been recovered, and detectives urge anyone who found the device on Norfolk or Bathurst streets to come forward. Detectives flew to Canada last week to meet with the 34-year-old woman’s family and will continue to investigate her and her associates’ lives in Australia. Police say officers will continue to survey the Liverpool area and speak to witnesses who could provide information on Dokhotaru’s latest movements. No one has been charged in connection with her death. A separate critical incident investigation is continuing into all other circumstances surrounding the incident. Dokhotaru’s former partner and father of her four-year-old son, Danny Zayat, was released on bail in July after being charged with 22 counts of domestic violence.
Tatiana ‘Tania’ Dokhotaru was 34 years old.
New development after woman is found dead in her Sydney apartment
Zayat, 28, allegedly strangled, assaulted, harassed and intimidated her ex-partner over a two-year period before she was found dead in her apartment. At a bond hearing before the NSW Supreme Court in July, his lawyer Ertunc Ozen SC admitted in July that the couple had a turbulent and toxic relationship. He said Zayat was heard running down the corridor of the Liverpool block yelling “help me” at the time of Dokhotaru’s death. The 28-year-old had called triple zero and was watched by police in extreme distress when they arrived, the attorney added. In July, Concrete told reporters that he had been falsely portrayed as a “monster.” ‘I know it looks bad. I mean, I won’t say it doesn’t look bad,” he told a 7News reporter. “They have made me look like a monster and that is not right.
Zayat denied harming Ms. Dokhotaru on the night in question. ‘Look at me, look at her. If she was hurting her, how could she call the police? he asked him. And he added: “People can think what they want, you know, but the autopsy will come back and clear my name.” Ms. Dokhotaru called the police at around 11:45 p.m. on May 26 to allege that her partner was “beating” her, but she did not give her address in the complex, which has 297 units. The police were unable to find her until 8pm the next day, when Zayat returned to her apartment to check on her and called the emergency services. Zayat was released on bail and Judge Wilson acknowledged that he had no criminal record and therefore did not pose a risk to the wider community. The conditions of Concrete’s bail include him residing with his mother in Colyton, him reporting to police daily and being subject to a nightly curfew. His mother will also hand over $20,000, which she will lose if Zayat does not appear in court.