Twisted woman tried to kill mum with dressing gown and told pal ‘she won’t die’

A mum-of-one tried to murder her own mother while her baby daughter slept and told a friend "she won't die".

Georgia Laws strangled mum Hayley Quadrini with a dressing gown cord, smashed a bottle over her head and told her "you have to die".

The 26-year-old, from Mallard Court, Killingworth in North Tyneside, also told Miss Quadrini she would be "buried in the garden" while punching her in the head and choking her until she passed out.

The estranged pair, who hadn't spoken for two years before the attack, met at Laws' home to discuss the family's medical history following a cervical cancer scare.

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Newcastle Crown Court heard mother and daughter drank booze during their chat before Laws flew into a rage, accusing her mum of not taking her medical concerns seriously, ChronicleLive reports.

A row led to a full-blown fight over the family's turbulent past.

What followed was a sustained and repeated attack on her mum while her one-year-old child was upstairs.

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Claire Anderson, prosecuting, said: "Hayley Quadrini was dragged into the living room by the defendant and put on her stomach.

"The defendant was leaning on her back and started to strangle her and punched her to the head.

"She said 'you have to die' and that she would be buried in the garden.

"She used a dressing gown cord and put it round her mother's neck and she lost consciousness."

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During the attack, Laws contacted her friend. She was "frantic" and revealed she had hit her mum over the head with a bottle.

She then sent the friend two photographs on Snapchat.

Miss Anderson said: "The first showed Miss Quadrini on the floor, her hair matted in blood and she had several wounds to her head with the defendant's foot on the back of her neck.

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"The second picture was similar, this time the defendant using her hand to keep her restrained, rather than her foot."

The court heard Miss Quadrini said "this is why I didn't want you" and there was a discussion about her childhood before she heard a sound "consistent with stabbing".

Laws said to her friend "I've stabbed her", "I'm trying to kill my mother but she won't die" and "There's blood everywhere, I'm going to have to kill her, can you get me a car."

When officers arrived at the scene, Miss Quadrini was covered in blood and there was a claw hammer in the room.

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Laws said if she didn't get remanded in custody she would kill her mum and told officers her mother kept "bringing up the past".

Miss Quadrini was taken to hospital after suffering cuts and bruising to her throat.

Laws, who has 31 previous convictions, pleaded guilty to unlawful wounding.

Judge Edward Bindloss said: "You subjected your mother to a sustained and repeated assault.

"You smashed a bottle over her head, she was in and out of consciousness and she was later found with bruising to her neck consistent with strangulation and had lacerations to her head and hands.

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"Your mother thought she was going to die and your one-year-old daughter was upstairs."

However, the judge said Laws is vulnerable, had a horrific childhood, was in care from the age of seven, has temper issues linked to her upbringing and that the attack was triggered by something they were discussing about the past and she "lost control".

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He said he would take the "exceptional course" of suspending the sentence due to the provocation she endured, her mental disorder and the possible harmful impact on her daughter if she was locked up.

Laws was given 23-month jail term, suspended for two years.

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