A court heard he planned to wear them as he moved his mother’s car so as to deceive any neighbour who saw him into thinking that she was still alive. The court heard he had detailed on a piece of paper how he had to learn to walk in high heels for this part of his plan.
Kalejaiye is accused of killing his 44-year-old mother,Tolu Kalejaiye (pictured above), at their home in Wickford, Essex, on September 26 last year.
He allegedly covered the floors of the house and garage in cardboard and bin liners to prevent evidence being found.
Kalejaiye wrote his murder plan down on pieces of paper and even made plans to get rid of his brother Femi if he found out or stumbled on the scene, it was said.
The court heard he planned to kill his mother when she came back from church or when she was coming downstairs to go to work.
Prosecutor Andrew Jackson told the court: 'He made meticulous and detailed plans for the slaying of his own mother'.
The car was to be parked around the corner to make it look as if she was at work, the court heard.