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Mum admits killing her teenage daughter, 16, by letting her become morbidly obese

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A MUM has admitted killing her teen daughter by letting her become morbidly obese.
Kaylea Titford, 16, was discovered dead by mum Sarah Lloyd-Jones at her home in Newton, Wales, on October 10, 2020.
Kaylea was found dead at home in Wales4Kaylea was found dead at home in WalesCredit: WNSThe 39-year-old has now admitted manslaughter by gross negligence and causing the teen’s death.
Kaylea’s dad Alun Titford has denied the charges and will stand trial on January 17.
Mold Crown Court was told Lloyd-Jones will be sentenced after his trial has ended.
The charge states that between March 24 and October 11, 2020, Titford failed to ensure Kaylea’s dietary needs were met, leading to morbid obesity.
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He also  allegedly did not “ensure she got enough exercise, was in a hygienic condition, had a safe and hygienic environment, her physical health was maintained, or that reasonable medical help was sought.”
An inquest previously heard how Kaylea suffered from “multiple medical issues” and was immobile.
A cause of death was given as “inflammation and infection in extensive areas of ulceration arising from obesity and its complications in a girl with spina bifida and hydrocephalus (water on the brain).
Coroner Graeme Hughes adjourned the inquest until the conclusion of the criminal investigation.

Sarah Lloyd-Jones has admitted causing her daughter's death4Sarah Lloyd-Jones has admitted causing her daughter’s deathCredit: © Andrew Price / View Finder PiKaylea suffered from multiple health issues4Kaylea suffered from multiple health issuesCredit: WNSHer parents allegedly let her become morbidly obese4Her parents allegedly let her become morbidly obeseCredit: WNS

Story Credit: thesun.co.uk

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