The mother of murdered Weoley Castle mum Natasha Trevis has paid tribute to her “beautiful” and “caring” daughter. Natasha was stabbed to death in the back of a taxi in Dimsdale Road, Northfield on Tuesday morning. In a tribute issued through her police Family Liaison Officer, Joanne Hewitt said the 22-year-old’s three young children are struggling to understand where their mother has gone. And that she is trying to console the youngsters by telling them “she is looking down over you from the stars”. Mrs Hewitt, added: “My beautiful daughter has been cruelly taken from me and her three lovely children. She was the most beautiful daughter anyone could have wished…I don’t know what I’m going to do without her. “I never believed I would have to bury my own daughter. She was so loving, so caring…her children are asking for their mum and I have to tell them she has gone to the stars and is looking down over them. “I hope the person who took her life suffers every day for the rest of their lives – that person has taken my daughter and my soul-mate. “All our family and friends are devastated at her death; she was a niece, a cousin, a mother and sister and everyone will forever miss her.” A 28-year-old man appeared at Birmingham Magistrates Court yesterday charged with Natasha’s murder. He was remanded into prison ahead of his next court appearance on Monday 13 August. Members of Natasha’s family have set up a fundraising page, hoping to arrange a break for her three children and her mother. You can donate by visiting https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/3Lbc8
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