See The Three Years Old Girl Who Survived on Eating Bread For 4years After Her Mum 28 Hanged her self in a Bedroom Upstairs.
*.Aimee Louise Evans, from Port Talbot, south Wales was found dead at her home
*.Ms Evans three-year-old daughter was also in the house and looking unkempt.
*.Police believed the little girl survived by eating loaves of bread and some butter.
*.Speaking after the inquest friends said the mother was ‘truly missed.
A three-year-old was found surviving on bread and butter up to four days after her mother killed herself, an inquest heard.
Mother-of-two Aimee Louise Evans, from Port Talbot, south Wales, was found dead at her home address on April 7 this year.
The inquest heard that when police arrived at the property they found the 28-year-old hanged in a bedroom.
A three-year-old was found surviving on bread and butter up to four daysafter Aimee Evans killed herself, an inquest has heard
Senior coroner Colin Phillips at Swansea Civic Centre (pictured) said the post-mortem examination report found the cause of death to be hanging with the toxicology report showing a level of 137mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood +4
Mother-of-two Aimee Louise Evans, had sent a text to her mother Julie Evans, on April 4, asking her to collect her daughter because she was ‘ending
PC Morris said Ms Evans had sent a text to her mother, Julie Evans, on April 4, asking her to collect her daughter because she was ‘ending it’, to which Julie Evans replied by saying ‘do not be daft’ and asking her daughter what the matter was.
That was the last time the two of them spoke, PC Morris added, with Julie Evans repeatedly trying to make contact with her daughter over the following days, including visiting the property, but getting no reply.
The inquest heard the single mum was last seen alive on April 3, when she went to her mum’s house.
She had been drinking, but wasn’t drunk, and was checking the Facebook profile of a man she had been seeing on and off.
PC Morris said there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding Ms Evans’ death, adding that she had no history of mental health problems.
The inquest heard the mother-of-two used to drink most evenings and had been subject to domestic violence in previous relationships.
PC Clive Morris, of South Wales Police, told the inquest at Swansea CivicCentre today that Ms Evans’ (pictured) three-year-old daughter was alsoin the house and was looking unkempt.