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According to emerging reports, a woman is due to appear in court today to be charged with the murder of a three-year-old boy in Dublin.

The woman, who was arrested yesterday in relation to Omar Omran's murder on Monday, will appear before the Criminal Courts of Justice this morning.

Omar was murdered in what is believed to have been a frenzied attack in an apartment in the Riverside complex in Poddle Park earlier this week.

The child was pronounced dead at the scene while the child's mother, Maha Al-Adheem, was transferred to St James Hospital that same evening.

Commenting on the development, a spokesperson for the Gardai said: "A woman in her early forties, who was arrested in relation to the homicide of an infant child that occurred on Monday evening 10th July, 2017, will appear before Criminal Courts of Justice, Court Number 3, this morning Thursday 13th July, at 10.30am."


We know she's a bit of a diva (understatement of the year), but we didn't think she's charge people – children included – £12 (€16) for a selfie.

The Big Brother contestant, who has majorly shocked fans with her antics in the house – refuses to take photos with fans for free. 

Alex Sibley, who was a BB contestant in 2002, took to Twiiter to share a photo about Gemma's behaviour. 

The tweet said, "Gemma Collins charged my friend's daughter £12 for this selfie."

After Alex shared the tweet, a number of other users hopped on the bandwagon and started telling their stories of similar experiences:

We just can't help but LOL at this. 



The whole country looks set to be in for another night of heavy rain and wind as harsh weather conditions have returned with a bang in the past few days. 

Met Eireann has issued a YELLOW weather warning today and tonight, with heavy downpours covering the country.

And just in case the electricity goes tonight, there are a few things you should remember (or you will be lost without them):

1. Charge your phone

If you have some work to do, or you suffer from FOBO , you might want to charge your phone and laptop now as to not lose battery during the night. 



2. Find candles and a torch

Get organised so you won't be running around like a headless chicken if the lights go out. And make sure to leave them in a safe and accessible area. 


3. Bring your pets inside

With winds set to reach 150km per hour, it's not the time for your beloved pets to sit outside. Bring them inside as soon as you can to ensure they are not frightened of the horrible conditions.


4. Unplug appliances and turn off lights

Unplug your home appliances such as kettles and microwaves, and turn off whatever lights were on so that the circuit will not overloaded when power is turned back on.


5. Keep the fridge door closed

Keep you fridge and freezer door closed as much as possible to retain the cold if the power goes out. Because gone-off food is the last thing you need to worry about!