Two Saudi sisters stopped paying rent ten weeks before their decomposing bodies were found in a south-west Sydney unit, in a major timeline twist surrounding their mysterious deaths.
A letter sent on behalf of the landlord, exclusively obtained by Daily Mail Australia, show that Asra Abdullah Alsehli, 24, and Amaal Abdullah Alsehli, 23, racked up a $5,142.86 debt by May 13 – almost a month before their bodies were found, on June 7.
The sisters also owed $26.18 in outstanding water bills.
Their remains were uncovered in separate rooms of their $480-per-week Canterbury apartment by police during the last of three welfare checks.
The first check was conducted in mid-March – around the same time they stopped paying rent – after the property’s building manager raised concerns for their…
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