Mother appears unemotional in 911 admission after double murder

Two children are found dead in their home in the town of Darlington, Ind. early morning Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016. (WLFI Photo)
Two children are found dead in their home in the town of Darlington, Ind. early morning Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016. (WLFI Photo)

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) — Montgomery County Central Communications Center has released the 911 call of a mother who is accused of killing her two children. In the call, the woman who pleaded not guilty to the crime on Tuesday confesses to dispatchers the morning of the incident.

In the recording, 30-year-old Brandi Worley said “I just stabbed myself and killed my two children.” She showed no emotion during the call and was very matter-of- fact about the incident.

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The audio recording continued, but News 18 chose to cut it after Worley passed the phone to her mother, who was absolutely hysterical after finding out what happened.

But despite the recording where she admits to killing her children, Worley attended her initial hearing Tuesday morning — where she pleaded not guilty to two counts of murder.

She appeared in court via video from the Montgomery County Jail, where she was booked Monday. She had been at IU Health Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis since the incident, recovering from self-inflicted stab wounds.

Worley is charged with the deaths of her 3-year-old daughter Charlee and 7-year-old son Tyler. The children were found dead in their Darlington, Indiana, home on Nov. 17 — a day after her husband, Jason Worley, filed for divorce.

A jury trial is set for April 11, 2017.