An English girl died after being attacked give one cane that her brother had given her to make her companions during the treatments which the girl, suffering from psychic problems, he was undergoing. Keira Ladlow, 21, she was found lifeless in the living room of her brother’s home in Birmingham not far from the animal – a Staffordshire bull terrier they had named Gucci. The fatal attack took place last February and now the man has been heard by the investigators investigating the case. “When I found her I was in a panic and did not know what to do. I always protected her. I feel responsible even if that day I could not do anything”, are the words of Kayden Barrett, brother of the victim.
Keira suffered from an unstable emotional personality disorder and was prescribed a type of antidepressant to help her cope with her anxiety, Dr. Syed Faisal Haq said in a written statement. According to the reconstruction of the facts, the day of the tragedy Kayden Barrett he had left to go to work, leaving the 21-year-old with the dog in the house they shared. Upon returning, the terrifying scene: the sister was face down, pouring in a pool of blood, torn apart by bites of the animal. The man immediately called for help but for Keira there was nothing to do.
Kayden then told investigators that she bought the dog for help sister in its therapeutic path. According to him, the dog was set well with the new family and had bonded well with both him and his sister. However, he admitted that the night before the accident the 21-year-old had confided to him that “she feared being bitten”From Gucci. “I didn’t give it too much weight,” the man pointed out, “I thought it was an unfounded fear, perhaps due to the fact that he had forgotten to take his medicines,” admitted Kayden.
According to the coroner who carried out the autopsy “no one will ever know what triggered theaggression and the change in the dog ”, which would never have shown signs of aggression. After what happened – explains the British press – l‘animal was kidnapped and then pulled down.