Kelly Emery, 34, was indicted causing the passing of her two-year-old youngster Fenton Hogan and condemned to six years in jail.
A court heard Emery gave the youngster the heroin substitute to “thump him out” so she could smoke rocks at her home.
She has now been purportedly discovered dead in a safeguard lodging in Kent’s Maidstone after she was discharged from imprison where she served only 50% of her sentence.
Lynn Heeldon, mother of Fenton’s dad Michael disclosed to Sun Online: “We heard on Friday Kelly had been discovered dead in the lodging.
“I heard it might have been an overdose however police haven’t done an after death yet so we don’t know.
“We’re feeling somewhat bizarre about the entire thing however alleviated in light of the fact that she murdered my grandson so I’m not going to shed a tear.
“Michael is likewise soothed as a result of what happened to Fenton as clearly he was his tyke and she murdered him.
“Fenton meant the world to him and she took him away.
“We’re encountering blended feelings.”
Emery, from Frankley in Birmingham, was imprisoned at Nottingham Crown Court in 2015 for murder however cleared of a charge of tyke pitilessness.
Blood tests taken from the tyke demonstrated he had as a great part of the medication in his framework as a grown-up on methadone support treatment.
Hair tests demonstrated that in the months prior to his passing little Fenton had likewise ingested methadone on two different events.
At the time, Judge Robin Knowles stated: “I acknowledge that there is regret. The case is a lamentable one, the culpable was so pointless but then so at fault, the results so grave. A jail sentence is essential.”
Talking after Emery was imprisoned, Ms Heeldon said she trusted the respondent would “spoil in damnation” for slaughtering her grandson.
She included: “she has demonstrated no regret at all. She generally disclosed to us she woke up and discovered him dead.
“This has crushed our lives. He meant everything to me, I would’ve readily given my life for his. He’d stretched out beyond him.”
The Ministry of Justice said they don’t remark on singular cases.