Nanny Was Sick of Being 'Told What to Do' Yoselyn Ortega says boss 'knows what happened' By Matt Cantor, Newser User Posted Nov 5, 2012 7:20 AM CST 30 comments Comments Miladys Ortega shows a photograph of her sister, Yoselyn Ortega, front center, taken some time between 1985 and 1990, at her home in Santiago, Dominican Republic, Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012. (AP Photo/Manuel Morel) (Newser) – The New York City nanny charged with killing two children in her care was fed up with being bossed around, she reportedly told detectives from her hospital bed. "She had resentment towards the parents," because "they were always telling her what to do," says a police official. Earlier reports said Yoselyn Ortega was frustrated with extra housework. She also told detectives that the children's mother, Marina, "knows what happened," the official says, adding that Ortega seemed "spacy." Ortega has not admitted to the killings, but did acknowledge being in the bathroom where they allegedly occurred, the New York Times reports. A memorial for the children last night drew some 300 to Riverside Park in Manhattan, the New York Post adds. Manhattan's borough president and two of the children's aunts took part in a candlelight procession. "We will always miss Leo and Lulu and think of them every day," said an aunt. "Thank you for sharing in our heartache." Added a family friend: "There’s not a mom who isn’t devastated by this."