Teenager found dead with maggots after being abandoned by parents in Wales

Teenager found dead with maggots after being abandoned by parents in Wales

Kaylea Titford, 16, was wheelchair bound but “extremely independent” before the pandemic. The court accuses those responsible of having acted negligently with the young woman

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Kaylea Titford, 16, died after being abandoned by her parents within four years

A couple is judged by the court Wales for the murder of his daughter, 16yearold Kaylea Titford. According to the jury, they acted negligently and violated their duty of care for the young woman. The case took place in Newton, Wales in October 2020 but the trial is only now taking place. One of the allegations by the judiciary is that they did not help her to exercise or underestimated her to eat healthy, which led to the young woman gaining weight daily and becoming morbidly obese she weighed 146 kg . Alun Titford, 45, Kaylea’s father, denied wrongful death and said he was shocked by his daughter’s death but claimed it was the responsibility of her mother, Sarah LloydJover, 39. The matriarch, in turn, confessed, according to the jury guilty of the charge. Family members said Kaylea lives in a situation unsuitable for animals and is forced to use dog mats to relieve herself. The information was corroborated by authorities when they revealed there was a strong odor of feces and rotting meat when they arrived at the home, caused by a lack of cleaning. “After the body was removed, officers were able to see the condition of the bed, which was infested with worms and had an overpowering smell of ammonia,” prosecutor Caroline Rees told KC. According to people close to her, the student was independent before the pandemic. Despite having a hybrid spine, she attended physical education classes in a wheelchair. However, she was abandoned in isolation by her parents in a room. In the area where she spent the last few days in the wheelchair there were more than a hundred flies and insect droppings.