Poppi Worthington’s dad depicted his little girl as a “harasser” as he declined to react to 252 inquiries amid an examination hearing.
Paul Worthington was talking amid an examination into the demise of the 13 month old who a judge said he had most likely sexually ambushed.
His voice broke with feeling and he wiped away noiseless tears as he sat in the witness box, rejecting 252 times to answer inquiries regarding the unexplained demise of his tyke in the early hours of December 12 2012.
He declined to answer any inquiries regarding the minutes and hours before his little girl kicked the bucket or react to why his little girl’s DNA was found on his private parts, yet made a request to portray “the kid he knew” he answered: “Enthusiastic. Bubbly. The upbeat one out of the kin. Spook in her own particular little way.”
The previous general store nightshift specialist has been sequestered from everything for up to a long time since a family court judge made open his decision that Mr Worthington, 49, likely sexually ambushed his little girl before her crumple.
A messed up examination by Cumbria Police implied fundamental proof was lost.
Mr Worthington has never been accused of any offense and denies any wrongdoing. The reason for her demise remains “unascertained.”
On Wednesday, Mr Worthington again declined to answer the larger part of inquiries postured to him by guidance to the investigation Alison Hewitt after he was informed that under Rule 22 of the Coroners (Inquests) Rules 2013 he was not obliged to answer any inquiries having a tendency to implicate him.
More than two sessions, two hours on Wednesday evening and two hours on Thursday at the investigation at County Hall in Kendal, Mr Worthington answered 252 times with a similar answer, “I allude to my past explanations under Rule 22.”
Sitting yards away in the court was his previous accomplice, Poppi’s mom, who grasped her head.
Mr Worthington’s voice wavered however as he kept on giving a similar response to Miss Hewitt’s inquiries concerning occasions on the night.
Poppi’s mom was sleeping ground floor when she heard a shout which was trailed by Mr Worthington coming down to get a perfect nappy.
Not long after, Mr Worthington surged back ground floor holding his inert little girl and yelling to his ex-accomplice to require an emergency vehicle, the investigation has heard.
The second investigation into Poppi’s demise was requested after the questionable first hearing – held by an alternate coroner – was covered in mystery and endured only seven minutes.
Poppi was recorded as “a tyke matured 13 months” at the principal examination in 2014 and her passing was pronounced as unexplained.
In a reality discovering judgment as a feature of care procedures including Poppi’s kin, family court judge Mr Justice Peter Jackson, now Lord Justice Peter Jackson, said Poppi’s “noteworthy seeping” inside 15 minutes of the 999 call produced using the family home must be clarified sensibly as the consequence of penetrative injury.
On Thursday, Mr Worthington was additionally gotten some information about Poppi’s DNA being found on his penis, which he has already said was by exchange from him holding the tyke at that point heading off to the latrine at the healing facility.
Ms Hewitt asked him whether he was “mindful of the view communicated by no less than one pathologist that the discoveries of the posthumous propose that there had been entrance of Poppi’s butt”.
She proceeded: “Did you whenever put Poppi in a position where her face was pushed into a cushion? Or, on the other hand put your hand or a protest over her face?”
Mr Worthington answered again in a calm voice: “I allude to my prior explanations, lead 22.”
Kate Stone, speaking to the mother, asked him: “For what reason did you hurt your little girl, Mr Worthington?”
The witness shook his head and gave the stock answer he had utilized some time recently.
Coroner David Roberts finished the inquiries, telling the witness it was his lawful right not to reply.
However, he included: “All things considered, today is an open door for you to reveal to me anything you think may enable me to see how Poppi dropped by her passing.
“So I don’t need you to leave court supposing you have not had the chance to reveal to me what occurred as well as can be expected recollect about the realities of those hours.
“It’s an open door. Is there something else you might want to let me know?”
Mr Worthington answered: “No sir.”
The hearing proceeds.