Teenage mother found hanged days after discovering her baby had been adopted

A tragic teenage mother’s body was found hanged days after she discovered her baby had been adopted by another family.

Annabelle Lee Morris, 19, could not cope with her son being taken into care and then put up for adoption.

Her father, Thomas James Morris, found her in her bedroom on March 18 last year – nine days after she found out that her son had new adoptive parents, York Coroner’s Court was told.

The authorities had intervened as she was struggling to look after him herself.

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6 Responses to NEWS

  1. towardchange says:

    “The authorities had intervened as she was struggling to look after him herself.”

  2. towardchange says:

    We do not even think social services even care what happens to the mothers. This it so sad!

  3. angela says:

    this poor young mum,This is what the system causes mental health, poor child she hung her self because they ripped her heart out, with out her child what has she got nothing this child was her whole world they destroyed that she was a loving mum and couldnt carry on with the pain they had caused. so many mums and dads are now trying to commit suicide because of this ,and the doctors answers is to put them on medication. this does not take the pain away or remove the sleepless nights they have, the gult eating them up in side they feel like they have failed . but they have not its the system failing many and i mean many loving parents destroying familys, this child was sombodys loving daughter and they say its in the best interest of the child well she was sombodys child how can they say best interest i think not ,we need open courts not courts held in secert we need to put a stop to forced adoption how many more lifes the systems going to take before the goverment change this aful system

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