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'I need to take care of everything from the restaurant. I'm not four hands girl, I'm two hands,' Chen explained in the video.'I don't want to do that to Ashley, but you can't control yourself sometimes,' Chen added.The desperate cry was written in blue ink on white-lined paper and included a passport-sized photo of a man - who called himself Tohnain Emmanuel Njong - in an orange jacket, as well as a Yahoo email address.Desperate cry: New York-based Australian expat Stephanie Wilson, 28, found this letter hidden within her Saks Fifth Avenue shopping bag, purportedly from a man who was enslaved in a prison factory that was mass-producing the bags in China.Chen, who was sentenced to 22 years in prison on Friday after pleading guilty to involuntary manslaughter and other charges, then went on to say that she told her husband Liang Zhao to dispose of their daughter's body Chen said she killed her daughter because she became overwhelmed by work and her daughter had become disobedient after spending time in China with her grandparents.'I don't want to do that to Ashley, but you can't control yourself sometimes,' Chen said Chen was initially charged with murder, but Stark County prosecutors lessened it to involuntary manslaughter as part of her plea deal.Zhao pleaded guilty earlier this year to charges including obstructing justice and corpse abuse, tampering with evidence and endangering children and agreed to testify against his wife.In exchange, murder charges against him were dropped.
Both parents were arrested after the grisly discovery.Defense attorney Richard Drucker disagreed with that characterization, saying that Chen is apologetic and takes responsibility for her actions.He also said that if the case had gone to trial, they would have argued that Chen's husband, Liang Zhao, was violent toward both the girl and Chen and that he also bore responsibility in the death.Ashley's body was later found hidden in the family's restaurant, Ang's Asian Cuisine, in North Canton, Ohio.In the video, the investigator asks Chen: 'What happened; how did she die?
The department store have confirmed they have them made in China and investigating the claims made in the letter A representative for Saks Fifth Avenue confirmed that the store was notified of the letter by the Laogai Research Foundation in December 2013 and said the company took the allegation seriously and launched an investigation.