Grandmother 'hit daughter-in-law 33 times in the head with hammer and dumped body so her son could re-marry wealthier bride' ( Dan 'Selina' Lin )

A Melbourne grandmother who allegedly bludgeoned her daughter-in-law to death with 33 separate strikes of a hammer wanted her to son re-marry a wealthier woman, a court has heard.

The barrister for Huajiao Zhuang said the 50-year-old woman acted in self-defence and that daughter-in-law Dan 'Selina' Lin, 21, started the fatal fight and produced the hammer.

 Prosecutor Peter Kidd said Zhuang had an ongoing feud with Ms Lin over respect and about the care of her grandson, then aged two.

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