Tatiana Dokhotaru Wiki – Tatiana Dokhotaru Bio
Tatiana Dokhotaru was found in the unit of an apartment block in Sydney around 8pm on Saturday.
The woman’s body was discovered after police received an anonymous call about an alleged domestic dispute on Norfolk St in the city’s southwest, the night before.
Cops who arrived at the scene found the woman’s body who appeared to have severe head injuries, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.
In the apartment, there was Tatiana’s partner Danny Zayat, 28 who was arrested and taken for questioning and a four-year-old child.
Tatiana Dokhotaru died at the age of 34 years old.
Body of Mum Found in Home
Zayat was charged with domestic violence offenses, including stalking/intimidating intending fear of physical harm, contravening prohibition/restriction in an AVO and destroying or damaging property.
Police said they received an anonymous phone call from a woman they now believe was the 34-year-old mum, just before midnight on Friday saying she was the victim of assault.
They said they knew the apartment block was located in Liverpool but they failed to locate the apartment, only to be called back the following day to find Tatiana’s body.
A critical incident investigation has been opened by NSW Police which would be independently reviewed.
Assistant Commissioner Stuart Smith said: “[They] were presented with a dual sky tower of 27 levels and more than 300 apartments.
“They were unable to determine the exact location of the anonymous call.”
Court documents suggest police allege the domestic dispute between Zayat and Dokhotaru happened on Friday night between 10am and midnight, Daily Telegraph reports.
On Sunday Zayat appeared in Parramatta Bail Court where he was refused bail.
He is set to appear at Liverpool Court on Monday.
About 8pm on Saturday, police were called back to the Liverpool unit block, where they found Ms Dokhotaru’s body. She had severe head injuries.
In the apartment was her partner Danny Zayat who was arrested and taken to Liverpool Police Station for questioning and a four-year-old child.
It is thought the child was Ms Dokhotaru’s.
Zayat is believed to have breached an AVO. He was charged with the following offenses: stalk/intimidate intend fear physical etc harm (DV), contravene prohibition/restriction in AVO (DV) and destroy or damage property (DV).
Zayat is expected to be charged with murder.
However, it is unclear why it took them a total of 20 hours to find it.
Police have launched a critical incident investigation into the delay, which will be independently reviewed.
Court documents reveal police allege there was a domestic incident between Zayat and Ms Dokhotaru between the hours of 10am and 11.59pm on Friday, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Police allege that during this time Zayat smashed Ms Dokhotaru ‘s television, with the intention of causing her harm.
Zayat appeared briefly in Parramatta Bail Court on Sunday where he made no application for bail and it was officially refused, before he was ordered to reappear in Liverpool Local Court on Monday.
It is understood they are not looking for anyone else in relation to Ms Dokhotaru ‘s death.
She ran a handbag rental business called Personal Lux Goods and had recently set up a new Instagram account alongside the caption: ‘New page, actions reveal why words hold no weight’.