Mum who killed son, 3, after Nando’s meal free 6 years into 11-year jail term

A mum who killed her three-year-old son has been released from prison just over six years into an 11-year sentence.

Rosdeep Adekoya, 41, was jailed after she beat her son Mikaeel Kular to death after he was sick following a family meal at Nando’s.

The Daily Record has reported that she was freed from Cornton Vale prison in Stirling, Scotland, this weekend.

Adekoya, from Edinburgh, brutally attacked her boy over four days in January 2014 leaving him with 40 injuries on his body.

The mother, who has four other children, then stashed his body in a suitcase before dumping it behind her sister’s house in the Scottish town of Kirkcaldy.

The child killer told police the little boy had disappeared from the family home and conned thousands of concerned well-wishers into searching for him.

Two days later his body was found in a garden belonging to Adekoya’s sister.

Adekoya’s story began to fall apart when she broke down in front of police who were interviewing her for a third time.

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She told officers: “It was an accident and I panicked. I am going to go to jail?”

Adekoya was initially charged with murder but convicted of the lesser crime of culpable homicide in August 2014 after telling the High Court in Edinburgh she didn’t mean to kill her son.

The trial head she smacked him and struck him on the body and head with a clenched fist.

When Mikaeel was sick for a third time, she dragged him to the shower by his arms and “beat him heavily” on his back as he lay over the bath edge.

Over the next few days Mikaeel’s condition worsened and he became “listless” but his mother did not take him to a doctor because of the bruising.

The Daily Record previously reported how one year into her sentence, she was moved to a “cushy” unit after she said threatening letters calling her a beast and a child-beater had been left outside her cell.

A spokesman for the Scottish Prison Service said: “We don’t comment on individual prisoners.”

The High Court previously heard Adekoya had a history of depression and had attempted suicide in 2001.

Passing sentence, judge Lord Glennie said he accepted that Adekoya’s remorse was “genuine and heartfelt”.

But he said what she did was “cruel and inexcusable”.