A mother who watched her boyfriend torture her two-year-old daughter to death is reportedly set to be released from prison within a few weeks.
Donna Deaves, who was convicted of manslaughter for failing to act when Warren James Ross defeated Tanilla Warrick-Deaves, is due to be released from prison on October 17th.
30-year-old Ross whipped and killed little Tanilla in New South Wales, Australia in 2011.
A court heard during the trial of Ross that Deaves was sitting and watching him torture her daughter.
The toddler tragically died in her stroller with severe head injuries.
Deaves was jailed for nine years for manslaughter for 12 years without parole, while Ross was jailed for 40 years for murder.
But Deaves is now due to be released on October 17th as probation officers accept that there is special help for them outside of prison. after 9 messages.
Tanilla’s stepmother Brooke Bowen previously told Australian news show A Current Affair that she believes Deaves should never be granted parole.
“She didn’t deserve to come out,” she said.
“Tanilla never comes home, why should she come home? She was just so small and full of life.
“What she would have gone through in the last days of her life in the hope that her mother would save her or someone would come and save her, but they didn’t.”