Missing Massachusetts woman Ana Walshe begged her mother to visit from her home country of Serbia a week before the realtor vanished on New Year’s Day, a new report revealed.
Milanka Ljubicic, 69, told Fox News Digital that her daughter’s pleas to reunite around the holidays have led her to believe there were “some problems” in Walshe’s life.
“She just said, ‘Please, Mama. Come tomorrow,’” Ljubicic said in a Monday interview from her home in Belgrade, Serbia, and later translated to English. “Which means that clearly, there must have been some problems.”
Walshe, a 39-year-old mother of three, went missing on Jan. 1 after her husband, Brian Walshe, claimed she was on her way to the airport to travel to Washington, DC, for work. She was reported missing on Jan. 4.
Brian Walshe was arrested for allegedly misleading investigators probing her disappearance and was arraigned in court, where he pleaded not guilty Monday.
Ljubicic told Fox News her daughter texted her on Dec. 25 to come to Washington the next day, but she said she couldn’t get herself together in one day.
She said she suggested traveling the following day and then in early January, but her daughter told her she didn’t have to.
“And now I can’t forgive myself for not just letting things fall where they may, and just go, and whatever happens to me, happens,” the worried mother said, noting there was no reason given for Walshe’s urgent desire to see her.
Ljubicic told Fox News her daughter also tried to call her around midnight Dec. 31 and then shortly after, but both phone calls