Sarah O’Brien, 33, was cleared of killing her toddler boy Keigan Ronnie O’Brien after a trial at Sheffield Crown Court lasting almost five weeks.
However, she was founded guilty of the alternative charge of triggering or permitting the death of a child and child cruelty.
Martin Currie, 36, her partner of six months, was condemned of murder and child cruelty.
Keigan, previously described by his mom as a ‘cheeky monkey’, was rushed to medical facility from a home in Doncaster, South Yorkshire on January 8, but passed away a day later on.
Keigan Ronnie O’Brien, two, passed away after being hurried to health center from a property in Doncaster, South Yorkshire on January 8
Sarah O’Brien, 33, was cleared of killing her kid, however was convicted of causing or permitting the death of a kid and kid cruelty Martin Currie, 36, her partner of six months, was found guilty of murder and child ruthlessness.
Jurors were told Keigan suffered a brain bleed in the incident in January, possibly from having his head struck against a wall or the floor
Over the previous weeks, he had actually suffered a damaged spinal column, broken ribs and a damaged arm due to twisting.
On the early morning he was fatally injured, he had actually been in the care of Currie at the household home, in Bosworth Road, Doncaster, while O’Brien was out of your home, the court heard.
The trial heard that Currie browsed the internet for terms including ‘irregular breathing’, ‘gurgling’ and ‘unconscious’ two hours before seeking medical aid.
The couple sounded 999 at 10.55 am after declaring to have discovered him not taking in bed and did not discuss how he came over his injuries
The court heard that the couple had actually formerly called Keigan derogatory names in messages to each other
O’Brien had actually embarked on the relationship with Currie 6 months prior to Keigan’s death, in spite of warnings not to go out with him, the court heard.
Jurors were told Keigan suffered a brain bleed in the event in January, potentially from having his head hit versus a wall or the floor.
The couple rang 999 after declaring to have actually found him not taking in bed and did not explain how he visited his injuries.
The court heard that the couple had formerly called Keigan (pictured) derogatory names in messages to each other.
In October, she did not seek medical assistance when her kid suffered 2 black eyes while in the care of Currie, informing her pal the young child had dropped the stairs, jurors were informed.
O’Brien explained to the buddy she did not take him to health center due to the fact that ‘they will start asking questions’.
Later on examination discovered blood spatters on the wall by Keigan’s high chair, not from the time he was fatally injured, and on Currie’s clothing, the prosecution stated.
The jury delivered its decisions after deliberating for almost 13 hours.
The offenders did not sit in the dock together however heard the decisions separately.
They will be sentenced at a later date.