Missing boy William Tyrrell, the mother of Karlie’s first interview

Karlie Tyrrell was speaking for the first time since William was abducted from the home of his foster grandmother of three and a half years.

Ms Tyrrell made the heated comments during an emotional interview with Channel 7’s Sunday Night program the first time that the 29-year-old has spoken about what she thinks happened to her son since his 2014 kidnapping caused the nation’s largest manhunt.

While she made comments directed William foster parent and grandmother, that when with him when he was taken from the grandmother’s home in Kendall, Ms Tyrrell told Seven’s Melissa Doyle felt like “the worst mother in the world” and had been isolated from family and friends.

She also said that he believes that William is still alive, and “who needs a bullet”.

“Don’t hurt him. We’re just going home return home. He has not yet met his little brother yet. That is not fair, not fair,” he said.

Karlie Tyrrell interview on Seven’s Sunday Night. Image: Channel 7

Ms Tyrrell, who has two other children with William’s biological father Brendan Collins opened up about his surprise to learn that William had gone.

She was eight months pregnant and had just returned from a shopping trip for supplies for the baby when the police arrived at his Sydney home.

“The cops were knocking on the door wondering where William was. I was in shock,” he said.

“They asked Me if William was here … William is not even in my care. I don’t know why you’re coming to ask me.”

Ms Tyrrell said that officers “had a look around”, but suggested that they did not do a very good job of finding the boy.

“They could have looked a little better. Not that I had of him, but his police skills were not very high standards,” he said.

She said she was in a state of shock when he heard that his son had disappeared.

“I do not cry, I did not have any reaction,” he said.

William Tyrrell of 2014, the kidnapping led to Australia’s biggest manhunt but no trace of the child has been found.

Karlie Tyrrell interview on Seven’s Sunday Night. Image: Channel 7

Ms Tyrrell said Doyle she believes that the people thought that she was somehow involved in the disappearance of William, but broke down and cried, “no” when asked if she had something to do with it.

Asked what she thought had happened to William, Ms Tyrrell said she didn’t like to speculate, but believed that he was there, somewhere.

“Where else could it be?” – she asked. “I feel like the one who is in need of a bullet.”

Ms Tyrrell broke down to tears and even made your interviewer to tears when she sent a message to William via the camera. “I love you so much. I miss you,” he said through tears.

In an interview with news.com.au understands that is made after a financial settlement between Ms Tyrrell and network, she spoke of William as a baby, and she describes herself as a “nurturing mother”.

Karlie Tyrrell was emotional throughout the interview. Image: Channel 7

Karlie Tyrrell shouted a number of times. Image: Channel 7

She admitted that she had “made bad decisions” in the past. Some of which led to William being removed from her care.

“I was not prepared, I guess. I wanted to do everything possible to be the best mother I can be. So I did everything and yes, I’m still trying to do everything that you can. But I don’t know what else to do,” he said.

She told Doyle she wanted William, and he wanted to reunite his family.

“I want this to end, and William to return home,” he said.

Karlie Tyrell, the biological mother of the missing boy William Tyrrell, has spoken about his kidnapping in his first interview. Photo: Peter Rae.

William parents Karlie Tyrrell and Brendan Collins.

Karlie Tyrrell says William hijacker should be shot.

Karlie Tyrrell has appeared in court on an assault charge this year, before she gave her first TV interview with Channel Seven. Photo: Justin Lloyd.

Ms Tyrrell gave the interview after recently appearing in court on an assault of the police in charge.

In January, she pleaded guilty to spitting in the face of a female police officer in a shopping center and is scheduled to be sentenced this month.

She has also been accused of possession of the prohibited drug cannabis, which the police found in their Westmead home in the west of Sydney.

William was taken from Ms Tyrrell and his partner, William’s biological father, Brendan Collins, when the child was about eight months old.

He was placed with a host family, and on the morning that he disappeared on the 12 September 2014, they had taken Kendall on the mid North Coast of new south WALES as a surprise visit to his foster grandmother.

A wanted poster for William Tyrrell.

William Tyrrell was to become 7 June.

William Tyrrell disappeared while playing in the courtyard of this house in Kendall on the NSW mid North Coast.

William was playing with another brother in the courtyard of the Benaroon Drive, Kendall house when he disappeared and despite extensive police searches no trace of him has been found.

Both William foster and biological parents have been ruled out as suspects in the police investigation of her disappearance.

His foster parents have never been identified, But Ms Tyrrell and Brendan Collins is revealed as his birth parents last year after the NSW Supreme Court-ordered child protection laws could be relaxed in your case.

A Judge said that it was unlikely that William was still alive.

Brendan Collins, who has suffered from a mental illness and drug addiction since his son’s abduction, is due to be released from prison soon after serving two months for minor crimes such as theft.