A shocking story is now the focus of social media and the front pages of newspapers. This story is linked to the murder of a child who was killed at the hands of her dad. This kind of news is hard to believe, and many claims that such news is fake, but this is the truth and a father is in jail for being accused of murdering his daughter. This story is attracting the attention of the entire world, and people are always discussing it and wanting to know why the father killed his daughter and the charges that were brought against the father.
Kaylea Titford Death Cause
This victim’s name was revealed as Kaylea Titford. The accused is named Alun Titford. According to reports his father Kaylea was found guilty of murder through gross carelessness after his daughter was discovered deceased in “inhumane” and “degrading” conditions in the year 2020. In the year of the murder, the victim was just sixteen years old. Police filed the case and then began the investigation. It was found out that Titford was the culprit for her death. Titford was found guilty of killing his daughter who was disabled and allowing her to gain weight in the course of the first Coronavirus lockdown.
The report further stated that the father, who was 45 years old, was warned of an imprisonment sentence after he was given found guilty by a jury of the offense in Mold the Crown Court. The mother of 40 years old Kaylea identified as Sarah Lloyd Jones had appealed for the same charges in December 2022. According to reports, the pair will receive their verdict on the 1st of March 2023 in Swansea Crown Court. The victim was extremely overweight and suffered from spinal bifida. However, at the time she was released in October 2020, she was living in terrible conditions.
The prosecution claimed that the victim was “not fit for animal”. In the documents, it was also stated the fact that her mother was born with water in the brain, also known as hydrocephalus, and another illness. The entire condition made her ineligible for using her legs. That is the reason she relied on wheelchairs. According to the report, she was studying at a regular school and was very proficient at sports. Then, she was on the step of being admitted in Newtown high school before the first coronavirus lockdown, which took place in March 2020. The death of her daughter was constantly getting worse in the subsequent seven months. Following the arrest of her father, he informed police that he didn’t think that his daughter had been gone from bed. Both parents will be before the court to hear their verdict within the month of March.