Mum found dead in prison cell was fighting to keep custody of baby

Mum found dead in prison cell was fighting to keep custody of baby
 

A prisoner found dead in her cell days after she gave birth was fighting to retain custody of her baby, an inquest has heard.
Michelle Barnes had warned a social worker two months before she gave birth, “if you take the baby, I will go too”, a coroner heard.
The 33-year-old, from Carlisle, was serving a two-year sentence for drugs offences at Low Newton Prison, Durham, when she was found dead in her cell in December.
She was taking methadone in prison in a bid to beat her drug addiction, had mental health issues and a history of self-harm, the jury hearing the inquest at Crook Civic Centre... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 26
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