Dayna Isaac murder: Paul Sultana’s mum lashes out at reporters outside Cranebrook home

Dayna Isaac, 28 was found dead inside a Colless St unit in Penrith in western Sydney, about 4.15pm on Monday

Dayna Isaac, 28 was found dead inside a Colless St unit in Penrith in western Sydney, about 4.15pm on Monday

The mother of a man charged with murder after his girlfriend was found dead in a western Sydney unit has unleashed on reporters, chasing them down the street while screaming ‘f*** off!’.

Paul Sultana, 32, was arrested in dramatic scenes early Tuesday after his mother Janet Tsiliris discovered his new partner Dayna Isaac, 28, dead and partially unclothed inside her Penrith home.

Heavily armed tactical operators spent more than an hour negotiating with Sultana in the early hours of Tuesday morning, before taking him into custody.

He was charged with murder on Tuesday afternoon and refused bail to appear in Penrith Local Court on Wednesday. 

It comes as Ms Issac’s shattered ex-husband and the father of her children paid tribute on Tuesday night, vowing to ‘look after our girls.’ 

Ms Isaac, a mother of two, had a long-term friendship with Sultana before their relationship turned romantic late last year.

It’s understood investigators allege Ms Isaac’s cause of death is physical assault.

Media gathered outside the Cranebrook home on Tuesday where Sultana was taken into custody hours earlier.

By the afternoon, forensic teams, who spent the morning scouring Ms Isaac’s apartment, began work on Sultana’s nearby home, where he lives with relatives.

Paul Sultana's mum Janet Tsiliris lashed out at reporters outside a Cranebrook home where her son was taken into custody hours earlier

Paul Sultana’s mum Janet Tsiliris lashed out at reporters outside a Cranebrook home where her son was taken into custody hours earlier 

Mikkel Isaac (left) paid tribute to his ex-wife Dayna (right) on Tuesday night and shared several photos from their wedding day in 2017

Mikkel Isaac (left) paid tribute to his ex-wife Dayna (right) on Tuesday night and shared several photos from their wedding day in 2017

Shortly after the investigators left, Ms Tsiliris and her father Basil pulled up outside the home in a red car.

But as she was approached by a Daily Mail Australia reporter, Ms Tsiliris charged across the rubbish-covered lawn and started swearing.

‘You f***ing vultures!’ Ms Tsiliris screamed.

‘F*** off! Get the f*** out of here!’

As the reporter turned to walk away, Ms Tsiliris followed her down the street.

She then returned to the house where she could be heard yelling to her father: ‘Go chase them dad!’

After Sultana allegedly killed Ms Isaac at her Penrith unit, police allege he dumped her car in bushland in the nearby suburb of Castlereagh.

Officers then tracked Sultana to his Cranebrook home and called for back up before moving in to arrest him.

Police shut down the street when the heavily armed tactical operations unit arrived. 

Dayna Isaac was walked down the aisle by her dad Garry English on her wedding day in 2017

Dayna Isaac was walked down the aisle by her dad Garry English on her wedding day in 2017

Mikkel Isaac shared a series of photos from their wedding six years ago, including one of him pulling off the bride's garter

Mikkel Isaac shared a series of photos from their wedding six years ago, including one of him pulling off the bride’s garter

Specially trained officers negotiated with Sultana for more than an hour before taking him into custody.

Meanwhile, Ms Issac’s ex-husband broke his silence on Tuesday night with a heartfelt tribute to the mother of his two daughters.

‘Love you forever and always. I promise I’ll look after our girls until we meet again my angel,’ Mikkel Isaac wrote.

He also posted a series of photos of the pair in happier times, including several  of them kissing and dancing on their wedding day in 2017.

Ms Isaac’s shattered father Garry English also paid tribute to his ‘princess’.

 ‘I’m not in a good place..I’m in complete shock,’ he told The Daily Telegraph.

Ms Isaac’s best friend has set up an online fundraiser to help support the grieving family, which has already raised $4,000 within hours.

‘Our beautiful Dayna was taken way too soon,’ she wrote.

‘Dayna was a friend to everyone. She leaves behind 2 beautiful children who will miss her dearly. As you can understand this is a difficult time for her friends and family. 

‘We are asking for donations to help give Dayna the send off she truly deserves and to help her family with the costs of raising her children.’

‘You f***ing vultures! ‘F*** off! Get the f*** out of here!’ ‘Janet Tsiliris screamed at reporters

‘You f***ing vultures! ‘F*** off! Get the f*** out of here!’ ‘Janet Tsiliris screamed at reporters

Dayna Isaac's boyfriend Paul Sultana (pictured right) has been charged with murder

Dayna Isaac’s boyfriend Paul Sultana (pictured right) has been charged with murder

Police called for back up  from the tactical operations unit (pictured) before moving in to arrest Paul Sultana

Police called for back up  from the tactical operations unit (pictured) before moving in to arrest Paul Sultana

Earlier on Tuesday, police revealed officers attended Ms Issac’s home on Monday after neighbours reported hearing a blazing row,

When police knocked on a mother-of-two’s door they got no answer and heard nothing inside. 

But just 90 minutes later, at 4.15pm on Monday, police were back at the Colless St unit in Penrith, in Sydney’s west, where they found Ms Isaac’s body.

Officers were accompanied by her new boyfriend Paul Sultana’s mum, who had called them, with her 32-year-old son now in police custody.

The timeline of events has been confirmed by NSW Police to Daily Mail Australia, with police first called to the unit between 2.30pm and 3pm on Monday.  

A neighbour had called police to report a ‘disturbance’ coming from Ms Isaac’s home but when officers turned up at the unit, nobody answered the door and they left.

Officers found Ms Isaac’s car burned out in bushland at 3.45pm, 13km away from her home near Castlereagh.

‘I was out the back and just heard an explosion. We looked across the street and didn’t think anything of it,’ an unnamed local told Daily Mail Australia.

‘Then we saw a white car drive in there later but we didn’t realise it was police car.

‘That area is called the drop zone. They do military drills and some people ride there motorbikes in there sometimes even though they aren’t meant to.

‘We didn’t see smoke or fire or anything about 4.30pm.’

Half an hour later, Ms Isaac’s body was discovered by Sultana’s mother, who had gone to check on her. 

She then drove to Penrith Police Station and reported her horror find to officers. 

Sultana was arrested at about 3.25am on Tuesday, and was charged over her alleged murder 14 hours later.

Paul Sultana's mum Janet Tsiliris (pictured) discovered her son's new partner Dayna Issac, 28, dead and partially unclothed inside her Penrith home on Monday

Paul Sultana’s mum Janet Tsiliris (pictured) discovered her son’s new partner Dayna Issac, 28, dead and partially unclothed inside her Penrith home on Monday

Tactical operations officers spent the early hours of Tuesday morning negotiating with Paul Sultana before taking him into custody

Tactical operations officers spent the early hours of Tuesday morning negotiating with Paul Sultana before taking him into custody 

Mikkel Isaac vowed to look after their two daughters following the tragic death of his ex-wife

Mikkel Isaac vowed to look after their two daughters following the tragic death of his ex-wife 

Ms Isaac's (pictured) friend said she was the'most beautiful, kind hearted and selfless' person she has ever met

Ms Isaac’s (pictured) friend said she was the ‘most beautiful, kind hearted and selfless’ person she has ever met

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Police are seen at the unit block after Ms Isaac’s body was found on Monday afternoon

TIMELINE OF WHEN DAYNA ISAAC’S BODY WAS FOUND  

Monday 2.30pm – 3pm: Police were called to Dayna Isaac’s unit on Colless St in Penrith, in Sydney’s west

A neighbour had reported hearing a disturbance in her apartment

Nobody answered the door when police showed up and the officers left

3.45pm: Officers find Ms Isaac’s burnt out car 13km away from her home near Castlereagh

4.15pm: Ms Isaac is found dead inside her unit by her boyfriend Paul Sultana’s mother

His mother drives to the Penrith police station to raise the alarm

Tuesday 3.25am: Sultana is arrested and is taken into police custody.

Tuesday afternoon: Sultana was charged with murder and refused bail to appear in Penrith Local Court on Wednesday

‘Police were informed that there was a disturbance at the premises and they did attend and they later identified that the deceased was at the premises,’ NSW Police Acting Superintendent Carlene Mahoney said on Tuesday. 

Investigators have set up crime scenes at the unit block and Sultana’s home. 

Daily Mail Australia understands Ms Isaac was not fully clothed when she was found.

Superintendent Mahoney said the couple had been friends for a long time but had only been dating for about two months.

Police do not believe a weapon was involved, and say there was no history of domestic violence between Ms Isaac and Sultana.

Ms Isaac’s two girls, aged one and three, were not home at the time. 

A friend of the mother-of-two said she was the ‘most beautiful, kind-hearted and selfless’ person she had ever met.

‘She lit up the room and was the life of the party,’ the woman, who requested anonymity, told Daily Mail Australia.

‘She was an amazing doting mother to two beautiful girls who absolutely adored her, and I am so so proud to call her not just my friend, but my sister.’

Police do not believe a weapon was involved, and say there was no history of domestic violence between Ms Isaac and Sultana

Police do not believe a weapon was involved, and say there was no history of domestic violence between Ms Isaac and Sultana

Pictured: Police scour the grisly scene

Pictured: Officers arrive at the Penrith unit

Police are seen at the apartment block in Penrith on Tuesday morning

Police and forensic investigators are at the scene

Police and forensic investigators are at the scene

Another friend wrote to Facebook: ‘RIP gorgeous girl, I’ll miss you’. 

‘You were such a wonderful person. Every time I saw you. You would always have a smile on your face,’ said another friend. 

Those living in the area have been rattled by the news about the death of their neighbour.

One local resident said she saw police cars lined up the street when she arrived home on Monday afternoon.

‘I just heard the news, I was shocked,’ she said.

‘This area is pretty quiet, you don’t hear about much happening around here. It tends to be more in Cranebrook.’

Another man told Nine News: ‘She seemed nice, a really nice lady.’ 

Pictured is the apartment block in Colless Street Penrith where Dayna Isaac was found dead

Pictured is the apartment block in Colless Street Penrith where Dayna Isaac was found dead

Another woman who lives in the same building as Ms Isaac said she woke up this morning to the property taped off and police officers scouring the site.

‘It was quite scary, I was at work yesterday and found out over Facebook a woman had died in my street,’ she said.

‘When I came home late last night there was only one police officer there, but when I came out of the building this morning they were everywhere.’

Police urge anyone who may have information to contact Penrith Police or Crime Stoppers.

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