Who is Dimitrios Moscharis? Wiki, Biography, Age, Girlfriend, Daughter


Dimitrios Moscharis Wiki – Dimitrios Moscharis Biography

Dimitrios Moscharis is a man from West Chester, Pennsylvania who facing attempted homicide charges after beating his girlfriend’s 9-year-old daughter unconscious in Westtown Township.


Dimitrios Moscharis 34-year-old as of 2020.

Dimitrios Moscharis Girlfriend

According to the Chester County District Attorney’s Office, Dimitrios Moscharis’s girlfriend, Julianne Lewis, was working at her job as a Lyft driver and the girl was alone with Moscharis at her home. She got a text from him saying to “come home immediately.”

9-year-old daughter Being Beaten

A 9-year-old girl is fighting for her life after she was beaten by her mother’s boyfriend causing her injuries that a seasoned detective described as the worst he had ever seen in his career, investigators announced Tuesday.

The girl was taken to Nemours/A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Delaware, where she was placed in critical condition. Doctors said the girl suffered life-threatening injuries to multiple organs, extensive bruising all over her body, and likely brain damage due to oxygen deprivation for an extended period.

Early Monday morning, a woman told police that while she was driving for Lyft in Northeast Philadelphia she received a text from her boyfriend, who investigators identified as Moscharis, telling her to return to her home in Westtown Township immediately. Moscharis had been babysitting her 9-year-old daughter at the time,

Arrest and Charge

The district attorney’s office said in a press release that Dimitrios Moscharis, of West Chester, is charged with “attempted Homicide, Strangulation, Aggravated Assault, Possessing an Instrument of Crime, Endangering the Welfare of a Child, False Imprisonment, and related charges.”

The charges came after emergency responders went to a home in the early morning hours of November 23 in response to a 911 call of an “unconscious 9-year-old child.”

Mother Statement

According to the Chester County District Attorney’s Office, the child’s mother, Julianne Lewis, was working at her job as a Lyft driver and the girl was alone with Moscharis at her home. She got a text from him saying to “come home immediately.”

When she got home her daughter was unresponsive, wet, and fully clothed in the bathtub, according to the press release. The couple pulled her out and started CPR. Lewis called 911.

When police and emergency workers arrived, they found the house “in disarray, indicating a struggle,” per the district attorney’s office.

After further investigation, the district attorney’s office reported that Moscharis told Lewis to lie about who nearly killed her daughter. He said to tell the police it was the little girl’s biological father.

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Police Investigation

When police arrived they “found the child unresponsive on the bathroom floor. When EMS removed her clothes to perform life-saving measures, they found extensive bruising all over her body that appeared both old and new,” per the press release.

According to the district attorney’s office, “The child’s body had bruising patterns consistent with objects police found near the bathroom, including a curtain rod, hanger, and other implements.”

Doctors at Nemors/A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington said the little girl was nearly killed. She has life-threatening injuries including her lungs, and she “likely suffered brain damage because she was deprived of oxygen for a significant time, indicating strangulation or suffocation.”

At the time of this writing, the little girl is listed in critical condition according to Michelle Bjork, the Communications Director at the Chester County District Attorney’s Office, who told Heavy no updates are yet available.

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