A MUM was in court yesterday accused of causing the death of her disabled 16-year-old daughter by allowing her to become morbidly obese.
Kaylea Louise Titford was spotted “pale, cold and unable to wake up” at her home in Newton, Wales on October 10.
The teenager suffered from “multiple medical problems” and was mainly bedridden and immobile.
Sarah Lloyd-Jones, 39, is charged with grossly negligent manslaughter – allegedly failing to meet Kaylea Titford’s diet, exercise and hygiene needs in 2020.
Father Alun Titford, 44, faces the same charges but is in hospital and did not attend Mold Crown Court in North Wales.
The crimes are said to have taken place between March 24 and October 11, 2020 at their home in Powys.
Judge Rhys Rowlands listed a new hearing for June 30 with a preliminary hearing date of January 16.
Judge Rowlands remarked, “It’s an unusual case.”
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