The young lady
A 21-year-old woman killed herself after finding indecent images of young girls on her boyfriend's phone, an inquest heard.
Lydia Roberts was said to have felt ''violated and hurt'' after she discovered the content from a Russia-based website on a second device belonging to Adam Wells.
The pair subsequently began arguing by text over the discovery before Wells, 27, returned to their shared flat at lunchtime to continue the row.
He then went on a night out with friends and colleagues.
Wells subsequently found Miss Roberts hanged when he returned to their shared home in Radcliffe, Greater Manchester at 3.30am the following morning.
HISTORY OF DEPRESSION
The businessman, who ran an beauty products company, faced court and was ordered to sign the Sex Offender Register for five years for having indecent images.
An inquest heard Miss Roberts, a shop assistant the retail chain H&M, had a previous history of suicide attempts and had been prescribed medication for depression.
She and Wells had been in a relationship for two years before the tragedy on June 10, 2017.
Recording a conclusion of suicide, Coroner Zak Golombeck told the Manchester inquest: ''I have considered the totality of the evidence and I am able to conclude that Lydia Roberts took her own life and intended to do so.
"There is evidence relating to her mental health and the nature of the correspondence taking place on that day between herself and Adam Wells.
''She had a history of attempting to take her own life, also had depression and had been prescribed antidepressants, sadly died on 10th June 2017, when she was found hanging at home by Adam Wells.
"To the family, I offer my condolences.”
Wells appeared at Manchester magistrates' court in July 2018 charged with possessing 31 indecent photographs of children. He was sentenced to a 12 month Community order, was ordered to complete 150 hours unpaid work and pay a £85 victim surcharge.
In a statement Miss Robert's mother Michelle said: ''Lydia felt violated, hurt and disgusted at what she found - even more so at the thought of Adam being with her young niece and nephew.
"I feel that he made her make the decision to do what she did.
''As a family we are devastated at the loss of our beautiful daughter and for this we will never forgive him.
"In our opinion we are left now with more unanswered questions and hope one day to find out the truth.”
Source: TheSun UK