A stepmother was imprisoned for tormenting what’s more, mishandling a five-year-old young lady who was “too beautiful”

A stepmother was imprisoned for tormenting what’s more, mishandling a five-year-old young lady who was “too beautiful”
Annastacia Williams was found passing on of head wounds at the base of stairs after arriving in England from Jamaica to live with her father in Islington, north London, the Old Bailey was told
The jury heard that Christine Green, 25, over and again told her partner, Ken Williams, 31, that Annastacia was as well wonderful to be his child Green was imprisoned for four a long time for two offenses of youngster brutality what’s more, Williams was imprisoned for two a long time for two offenses of disregard after coming up short to stop the abuse
Annastacia passed on in September, last year, from mind harm which Green said had been caused by a fall The couple were found blameworthy last week
The jury found Green not blameworthy of kill be that as it may fizzled to concur on a charge of homicide against her, which was today requested to lie on file
Richard Horwell, prosecuting, told the trial: “Green over and again said to Williams that Annastacia was as well wonderful to be his youngster what’s more, another man must have been her father ”
Nadine Richards, the spouse of Williams’s cousin, said Annastacia called Green “mummy”
Green had treated the youngster well for about a week what’s more, at that point begun treating her badly
She said she seen Green’s cruelty “She was brushing Annastacia’s teeth in the bathroom She was brushing extremely hard what’s more, Annastacia’s mouth started to bleed She tossed a few hot water into her face Annastacia was crying ”
Judge Paul Focke suggested that Green what’s more, Williams, who were both unlawful overstayers, ought to be suggested for extradition to Jamaica

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