Report: Nanny Suspect Angry at Family

    Miladys Ortega shows a photograph of her sister, Yoselyn Ortega, front center, taken some time between 1985 and 1990, at her home in Santiago, Dominican Republic, Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012. Yoselyn Ortega, a 50-year-old naturalized U.S. citizen, is accused of stabbing to death two children in her care at a New York Upper West Side apartment on Thursday, Oct. 25, 2012. Yoselyn Ortega was in critical condition Friday with what police said were self-inflicted knife wounds, and investigators were unable to question her, in part because she was still breathing with the help of a tube. (AP Photo/Manuel Morel)

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    Yoselyn Ortega, the woman accused of killing two young children in her care in New York last week, allegedly told police that she was angry with the family who employed her, the New York Post reported Friday. Police sources told the Post that Ortega was angry that Marina and Kevin Krim asked her to do housework, and that they reportedly told her she needed to improve her performance or else be fired from her job of caring for the couple’s three children. Last week, Marina Krim reportedly returned home with her 3-year-old daughter, finding her 6-year-old daughter, Lucia, and 2-year son, Leo, dead, and Ortega then allegedly slit her own throat. Ortega has not yet been charged.

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