She was a 17-year-old girl with no previous [convictions] – the man who died was a 34-year-old man, with a long history of being violent towards women, and who was no doubt physically stronger than Stacey.
It’s now known that she used to self-harm, was bulimic, and previously tried to commit suicide.
Her lawyers are arguing that there is new evidence which will support a defence of diminished responsibility, relating to Stacey’s mental health.
When the trial took place in 2010, Stacey was studied by adult psychiatrists did not conclude that she had any serious mental health issues.
“She was really excited and he was pretty good about it all, but they did a DNA test and it turned out he wasn’t the father. After that everything went downhill.” From being a “bubbly, lively” girl with a love for drama and theatre, Stacey began drinking heavily, self-harming and she became bulimic. How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?
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Stacey remembers falling asleep and hearing Holly screaming for help.