Transcript for Irish Nanny Accused of Murdering Boston Area Toddler Returns Home
Well, an Irish nanny accused of murdering a toddler in the Boston area is back home this morning after a long ordeal that finally ended with the murder charge being dropped. ABC's Reena ninan has that story. Reporter: With her self-proclaimed worst nightmare behindary her aisling Mccarthy returned home. Authorities now say the Irish nanny did not kill 1-year-old rehma sabir. She's thankful to the medical examiner's office for doing this rereview. Reporter: Mccarthy accused of murdering the toddler in 2013. The prosecutors say after reviewing the evidence, they found it wasn't their original theory of shaken baby syndrome that killed rehma but rather the little girl had some type of disorder not able to be completely diagnosed prior to her death. The sabir family could not be reached for comment. Mccarthy, a nanny for ten years prior to working for the sabirs told the Boston herald she loved the little girl and that her treatment by prosecutors was scandalous and that they should be ashamed of themselves. She has to now try to rebuild her reputation. For "Good morning America," Reena ninan, ABC news, New York.
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