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'I asked him why, he just yelled at me': Mum's 'worst day' revealed

'I asked him why, he just yelled at me': Mum's 'worst day' revealed
The mother of a two-year-old boy allegedly murdered inside his Langwarrin home, has revealed what happened on the "worst day" of her life. 
Sitting down with 9News four days after her toddler's tragic death, Stacie Saggers said she returned home from her work as a cleaner to find something bad had happened.
Stacie Saggers with her son Jaidyn. (9News)
She said she thought Jaidyn was asleep inside his bedroom, before her panicked boyfriend, Brendan Pallant, told her to call Triple Zero.
"I asked him why and he just kept yelling at me to call Triple Zero," Mrs Saggers said.
"It's heartbreaking. It feels like my heart's been pulled from my chest."
The mother was held and interviewed by homicide detectives for more than 24 hours, before being released without charge.
Mr Pallant has been charged with murder.
Ms Saggers said it was 'the worst day of her life'. (9News)
"He has university degrees in child protection," Ms Saggers said.
"Who wouldn't trust someone like that?"
Ms Saggers has repeatedly denied any involvement or knowledge in her son's death and when asked if Jaidyn was hurt before she left for work she replied: "I … yeah … it's just terrible."
"He seemed fine, he seemed his happy, chirpy, little self."
The 34-year-old said her new boyfriend had not spoken to her about how Jaidyn died, and she didn't want to know.
Jaiden, two, was found dead earlier this week. (9News)
"Brendan was brought into my home from a so-called friend," she said.
"He was a true gentleman to myself and my two children."
"There were no signs of evidence of any abuse towards my son."
Ms Saggers has been inundated with vile threats and took aim at those criticising her on social media.
"You don't know me from a bar of soap," she said. "You have absolutely no idea how I am feeling as a mother and how damaging it is hear your accusations and words of hatred right now.
"I'm not a bad parent, I don't have an ounce of violence in me.
"I know as a parent I shouldn't have a favourite, but he was my little baby.
"He would put his arms up to anyone for a cuddle.
"I'll continue to fight for justice, for my baby Snuffles."
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