Her father Jayanti Patel is an Indian from Navsari, Southern Gujarat નવસારી village and her mother Sia'a Patel is Samoan from Papa Uta village (Mother Lagi Taofinu'u), Auala village (Father Mulimai Moe) & Falealupo village (Step Father Pio Taofinu'u). She first showed singing aspirations at the young age of 11, singing along with her mother to traditional Samoan and country songs.
She would try to imitate the songs she heard in Bollywood movies that she and her father watched and also went to festivals that her father performed at.
She will appear in court on December 10 by video link from a Sydney women's prison Saved: The moment the baby boy is retrieved by Senior-Constable Mark Mc Alister from the stormwater drain and handed to paramedics in western Sydney last Sunday, five days after his 30-year-old mother allegedly left him for dead After giving birth to a healthy baby boy in a western Sydney hospital at 1am on Tuesday of last week, she discharged herself early that afternoon and, police allege, took her baby and placed him in a stormwater drain around 500m from her home.
Five days later, last Sunday morning, David Otte and his daughter Hayley, heard a crying sound coming from a drain as they cycled on the M5 motorway and, thinking it was a kitten, discovered the baby boy miraculously alive.
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