Mother who murdered five-year-old Logan Mwangi starred in chilling homemade slasher movie finding the body of a dead child – years before killing her own son then ‘giving a callous performance to cover up her involvement in his death’
Logan Mwangi’s evil mother acted out a homemade slasher movie finding the body of a dead child years before she murdered her own son and shamelessly shed crocodile tears while faking panic on a 999 call, it has now emerged.
Angharad Williamson, 31, was an actress in the amateur film years before the killing of the five-year-old.
Hours after the murder Williamson called 999 and cried hysterically down the phone as she put on a ‘callous performance’ to hide her knowledge of Logan’s disappearance.
On the morning of July 31 last year the once ‘smiling, cheerful little boy’ (pictured), was found by police just 250 metres from his home submerged in the River Ogmore
Footage has since emerged of Williamson’s previous acting experience – when she was a wannabe filmmaker studying a media course in Essex.
The A-level project shows teenager Williamson finding a family member dead on a sofa – and then screaming in horror at her shock discovery.
Williamson, slimmer and with below-the shoulder brown hair, has several lines in the two-minute film speaking in her distinctive Essex accent.
The amateur footage has chilling echoes of her screams down the phone to police when she reported Logan missing.
That call was described by prosecutor Caroline Rees QC as ‘A callous performance designed to cover up her involvement in her son’s death.’
‘She is acting out the part of a distressed mother whose child has gone missing.’
Ms Rees said that Williamson continued to act when police arrived, with her drama skills shown through bodycam footage.
She said: ‘Angharad Williamson is the most dramatic, wailing and shouting, playing the part of a distraught mother to the full extent of her acting abilities.
‘One of her closest friends arrives, Rhiannon Hales, and still Angharad Williamson keeps up the hideous show.
‘You will see John Cole supporting Williamson in that performance by pointing out gates and windows, playing the part of the concerned step dad despite it now being his case that he had dumped Logan in the river only hours earlier.’