After killing her kid for ruining her sex life, the ‘evil’ mother broadcast a video claiming, “I did horrible.”


After killing her kid for ruining her sex life, the ‘evil’ mother broadcast a video claiming, “I did horrible.”

ONE MONTH after killing her three-year-old daughter for spoiling her sex life, a “EVIL” mother released a video on TikTok stating “I did bad” and apologizing to her parents.

Nicole Priest, 23, was sentenced to 15 years in prison for manslaughter last week after killing her three-year-old daughter Kaylee-Jayde, who was interfering with her sex life. She posted a TikTok video claiming, “I messed up terrible.” Kylee was discovered dead with injuries to her chest and abdomen on August 9 of last year. Callum Redfern, Priest’s 22-year-old boyfriend, was also sentenced to 14 years in prison for manslaughter.

Priest mouths the words “I’m sorry, mum and dad” in one video. I’m quite aware that I made a serious error. I should’ve done more, and I should’ve done it better.”

She paid tribute to her daughter in several additional albums before moving on to viral dances.

After Birmingham Crown Court heard that the mother only contacted 999 after her daughter had died, Priest was sentenced to 15 years in prison with a three-year concurrent sentence for child abuse.

”On the evening of August 8, you Redfern went to Priest’s flat,’ said Mr Justice Foxton QC.

“You two went out to have sex. Kaylee wanted to play and stay up late. There’s no way of knowing what happened next because there’s no direct evidence.

“As a result of the violent beating, Kaylee was sick multiple times during the night.

“You lost your cool, and it’s apparent you were both involved in the assault. Kaylee had been gravely harmed, and you both knew it.”

”You, Priest, did nothing to seek medical help,” he continued. Kaylee’s life could have been saved if someone had called sooner. During the interviews, you both lied numerous times.

“It is evident from the nature of the attack injuries that there was an intent to cause serious harm. A vicious assault was to blame for the injuries.

“You and Redfern shared equal blame. You had plenty of opportunities to express any concerns.

“You were in a position of trust with Kaylee, and she was very vulnerable. You did nothing to call for assistance.”

Following the sentencing, Redfern’s father referred to Priest as a “evil mother” who “doesn’t deserve kids.”

Priest manipulated his son and he “got caught up in it,” he said, portraying him as a “kid” incapable of influencing his ex-girlfriend.

Priest allegedly refused to change Kaylee’s nappy, telling the three-year-old “you may just stay in it,” according to the father. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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