Woman, 37, who has destroyed the skull of six month old baby and sent videos to her partner, is in prison

Woman, 37 years old, who destroyed the skull of six month old baby and sent videos of her injuries to her partner to get attention, has been detained for four years

  • Kim Frost, from Northampton, gave up category A child abuse and neglect
  • She attacked the baby, so furious that the injuries were the same as a car accident
  • She sent videos of abuse to the partner with whom she had a & # 39; toxic relationship & # 39; had

Kim Frost, 37, from Northampton, has injured a six-month-old baby who was in a car accident or was dropped from a first-floor window

Kim Frost, 37, from Northampton, has injured a six-month-old baby who was in a car accident or was dropped from a first-floor window

A woman who brutally broke the skull of a six month old baby and sent videos of the injuries to her partner was imprisoned for four years.

Kim Frost, 37, attacked the baby so furiously that doctors said the injuries were like a car accident or fell out of a first-floor window.

Shocking text & # 39; s videos & messages to her partner who showed the abuse in an attempt to get his attention.

Frost was imprisoned for four years after admitting Category A child abuse and neglect at Northampton Crown Court yesterday.

Judge Michael Fowler said to Frost: “I am pleased that you are guilty of long-term and serious neglect and that the serious injuries sustained by the victim were not accidental and were caused by you, exacerbated by the inability to get medical help to get.

& # 39; It is clear to me what the most serious injury is, the main focus of our actions – the injury to the child's skull – was caused by considerable force.

& # 39; It is also clear that you showed deliberate disregard for the well-being of the child to get and receive attention from the man with whom you were then in a relationship.

& # 39; In mitigation, this was clearly a dysfunctional, toxic relationship, but I am satisfied that you were fully aware of what you were doing and the fact that you were not acting rationally and that you were described in a psychiatric report as someone with a borderline personality disorder does not relieve you. & # 39;

The court heard that Frost from Northampton was in a & # 39; toxic relationship & # 39; was with her partner when she attacked the baby shortly after it was born.

After receiving text messages and videos from her who abused the baby, the man called the police last year on February 4.

The baby was rushed to the hospital with multiple skull fractures and brain swelling.

Despite the abuse, the baby has undergone a remarkable recovery and is now being looked after by a foster family.

Northampton Crown Court, where Kim Frost was detained for four years on Friday after admitting category A child abuse and neglect

Northampton Crown Court, where Kim Frost was detained for four years on Friday after admitting category A child abuse and neglect

Northampton Crown Court, where Kim Frost was detained for four years on Friday after admitting category A child abuse and neglect

Detective Constable Kirstie Brooks, of the child protection staff of the Northamptonshire Police, said: & # 39; This was an extremely difficult matter.

& # 39; The evidence was particularly poignant and provided a picture of such serious injuries that a very young, vulnerable person had inflicted on an adult.

& # 39; The child is now 23 months old and fortunately seems to be fully recovered, but that was the severity of the injuries, the outcome could have been very different.

& # 39; I am pleased that the child has been removed from a very dangerous situation, protected and has shown no signs of long-term damage since then.

& # 39; I am happy with the result and what I believe is an honest sentence. While I am in custody, I hope Frost thinks about the seriousness of what she has done. & # 39;

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