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I thought they may be burning leaves.'Another resident said: 'We saw smoke and there was a foul smell.
My son was being a bit cheeky and he climbed up the fence to look over and he saw a man sweeping up what we thought were sticks and putting them on the bonfire.'A woman living opposite said: 'It definitely did not smell like a barbecue so I could not think what they were burning.'Kouider was arrested at the scene along with Medouni, 40, and later charged with the murder of the French au pair up to two weeks' ago, who was allegedly earning around £50 per month caring for her children.
Neighbours said the French-Algerian mother, who claims to work as a stylist, make-up artist, fashion designer and songwriter, 'had a lot of money' and a busy social life, relying on her nanny to work long hours for £50 a month.
Neighbours claimed Sabrina's home was a pigsty and added she lived 'beyond her means' and was rarely at the £900,000 home where she lived with her two boys and Medouni.
It was him who introduced Sabrina to Sophie.' A man living in the top floor flat of the converted property said he had complained to the landlord about a 'gassy smell' on Tuesday.
They will appear before the Old Bailey on September 26.
Friends said she was unhappy and returning home to her parents in Troyes on Monday, which is 110 miles south-west of Paris.
A mental health report for Kouider was handed up to the judge and Kouider, who was gasping for breathe and on the verge of tears, was joined in the dock as an 'appropriate adult' who stood next to her.
She described herself on Twitter as 'seeking a universe of cinema and/or dance, theatre, films.' Michael Croner, 43, the owner on a local fish and chip shop told The Times: 'She came here almost every day crying and I would giver her food and a drink.
She was very thin.' Mario Riccio, 68, who lives nearby, thinks he saw the 'petite' French nanny coming out of the park about six days ago, and described her as 'very shy', adding: 'She looked so innocent.