A prostitute who killed her own children in cold blood for being a hurdle in her escort work has been called a ‘monster’ by her own mother.
Sharon, the grieving granny of the killed children, says she just can’t forgive her ‘evil’ daughter for killing 3-year-old Lexi Draper and 16-month-old Scarlett Vaughan.
The old lady also hit out at social services for not noticing ‘clear warning signs.’
Louise Porton, 23, from Rugby, Warwickshire, suffocated her two little girls to death in early 2018 after a number of failed attempts to kill them.
She has been awarded a life sentence not less than 32 years, with no possibility of parole.
Her mom Sharon told the Sun: “Something snapped in her head. She became a monster, my wonderful little girl changed.
“She’s not the happy loving girl I brought up. I no longer consider her my daughter.”
A devastated Sharon also accused the social services of not closely looking for warnings that were always there. She said there should be an inquiry on why social services didn’t act as they should’ve.
“I cannot believe social services didn’t do more, they have blood on their hands,” she said. “They could’ve done so much more.
“Louise didn’t care about Lexi’s death, she didn’t give a da**.”
It has recently surfaced that the psychotic killer put the colorful clothing of her girls up for sale on a Facebook page named ‘Swap/sell/buy things in Rugby’ months after killing them.
The items were on sale for around $30 and she also offered delivery services.
The prostitute also used to sell her nudes on the internet besides working as a part-time model. She killed her elder child Lexi in January 2018 after two prior failed attempts.
When she failed to kill Lexi for the second time, she called 911 and reported that the child was having fits. However, the paramedics found Lexi in a state of deep unconsciousness upon arrival.
During the time Lexi was hospitalized, Porton was reported to have sent a nude photograph to a man. She was also negotiating to offer him sexual service in exchange for money paid to her bank account.
Prosecutor Oliver Saxby QC also revealed that Porton gave her number to a hospital security guard in the same duration and they exchanged over 85 messages.
During the final hearing of the case at Birmingham Crown Court, the judge told Porton: “One way or another you squeezed the life out of your daughters. Why you did so only you know.”
“Your actions have devastated so many lives. Lexi and Scarlett had so much to offer to their wider family but you took all of that away,” judge Justice Yip added.
Chris Draper, the father of the killed girls, expressed his sorrow saying he was ‘broken’ on the murder of his children just because they were ‘an inconvenience’ to their mother.
A statement from the 25-year-old father said that the girls had been “let down by the system,” and the only bright side is “that both Lexi and Scarlett are together now.”
Porton sat quietly throughout the hearing, gazing at her feet while resting her head on her hands. She didn’t show any response to Draper’s statement.
The court heard that Porton visited objectionable websites including: ‘5 Weird things that happen after you die’ and ‘Child revived almost 2hrs after drowning – but how?’
The judge told her: “Your internet searching was sinister. You delayed calling for an ambulance until you were sure she was dead.”
The judge went on to describe her actions to be ‘calculated’ and ‘evil,’ adding: “These were blameless young children who were plainly vulnerable and ought to have been able to rely on their mother to protect and nurture them.”
The prosecutor said: “The overwhelming inference is Lexi and Scarlett died because someone deliberately interfered with their breathing. At times, her two children got in the way of her doing what she wanted, when she wanted and with whom she wanted.”
He read out a text from Porton’s sister in which she accused Porton of leaving the children unattended to go and have s** with someone in his vehicle.
On the night she killed Scarlett in the backseat of her car, Porton called 911 to ask help for her children sleeping unusually.
They were later declared dead at University Hospital in Coventry.
The jury heard that both the killed children showed symptoms of deliberate airway obstruction and the younger child also had signs of internal neck bleeding, suggesting neck compression.