Mum accused of killing French nanny boasted of 'friends in high places' including Donald Trump, court hears

Sabrina Kouider, 35, bragged while quizzing Sophie Lionnet on supposed links to her ex-boyfriend, Boyzone founder Mark Walton.

On September 11 last year, days before the 21-year-old au pair's death, Kouider told her: "You know very well that all my friends are in high places.

"When I told you about Donald Trump you started laughing.

"When I told you about my friends, you have seen them, those in journalism, actors, producers, in make-up, in fashion, in music. They are clean people."

Partner Ouissem Medouni, 40, said in reality Kouider knew a journalist and a film producer.

Prosecutor Richard Horwell QC said: "Do you think she was a little delusional about the people she knew and the contacts that she had?"

Medouni replied: "I would say that she knew people, but not as famous."

The body of Sophie, 21, was burned in their back garden in Wimbledon, South West London.

They deny murder but admit perverting justice.

Old Bailey trial continues.

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