Pictured: Mute autistic boy, four, who starved to death clinging to his mother’s rotting corpse TWO WEEKS after she died from an epileptic fit in their London flat

A mute and autistic four-year-old clung to his mother’s rotting corpse for two weeks before starving to death in their London flat.

Chadrack Mbala Mulo was too disabled to call for help when his mother Esther died after an epileptic fit at their Hackney home in October.

The windows were open but neighbours thought the stench of Mrs Mulo’s rotting corpse was her Congolese cooking.

Chadrack Mbala Mulo (pictured) was too disabled to call for help when his mother Esther died after an epileptic fit at their Hackney home in October

The windows were open but neighbours thought the stench of Mrs Mulo's (pictured) rotting corpse was her Congolese cooking

Esther Mulo

The windows were open but neighbours thought the stench of Mrs Mulo’s (pictured) rotting corpse was her Congolese cooking

One said: ‘It has haunted me for a long time, that I could have helped, and I didn’t know.

‘Chadrack needed feeding and watering. He passed away because he was hungry, not because something happened to him.’

The 35-year-old mother told the Hackney Gazette: ‘I keep thinking to myself: “Did I hear him? Did I hear him next door?” But he never spoke. Never. He just hid behind his mum and held onto her clothes. He couldn’t even call out or speak through the letterbox.’

Chadrack's mother posted a picture of her son in his uniform on Facebook with the single word: 'Love'

Chadrack’s mother posted a picture of her son in his uniform on Facebook with the single word: ‘Love’

This is the corridor leading the flat where Chadrack Mbala Mulo died clinging to his mother

This is the corridor leading the flat where Chadrack Mbala Mulo died clinging to his mother

A mute and autistic four year old clung to his mother's rotting corpse for two weeks before starving to death in their London flat (pictured)

A mute and autistic four year old clung to his mother’s rotting corpse for two weeks before starving to death in their London flat (pictured)

Chadrack’s mother posted a picture of her son in his uniform on Facebook with the single word: ‘Love’.

A month later Chadrack was found after he died of malnutrition and dehydration.

Credits: dailymail

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