Suspected murderer Heather Mack is doing her best to ‘be a good mom’: attorney

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BALI — The Chicago teen accused of murdering her mother is setting up a financial future for her own baby daughter.

According to the Daily Mail, 19-year-old Heather Mack is signing over a significant part of her trust fund to her infant daughter Stella.

Mack’s attorney has filed court papers to put away $500,000 of her $1.3 million dollar trust fund for Stella’s care.

Mack has been caring for the infant behind bars while sharing a cell with other inmates in Bali.

Meanwhile, a three judge panel Bali plans to make a ruling at midnight Central time in the murder case of the incarcerated teen’s mother, Sheila VonWiese-Mack, who was found beaten to death at an upscale Bali resort last august.

Mack and 21-year-old boyfriend Tommy Schaefer were charged with murder. Investigators believe the couple bludgeoned Sheila, stuffed her in a suitcase, and left it in a taxi outside their hotel.

Mack’s attorneys maintain her innocence saying Mack hid in a hotel bathroom during the attack.

Whatever the judges decide, her legal team says Mack’s focus right now is on her child.

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