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An expert witness at the second inquest into the death of Barrow toddler Poppi Worthington has cast doubt on suggestions that she was sexually abused before her death.
The family court had previously implied that Poppi's father Paul may have abused his daughter, something he's always denied.
Elaine Willcox has been at the inquest in Kendal:-
The father of Poppi Worthington fought back tears as he again refused to answer questions at an inquest into the toddler's death.
Paul Worthington has been in hiding for two years after a family court judge concluded he probably sexually assaulted 13-month-old Poppi before she died five years ago in hospital in Barrow.
Our correspondent Elaine Willcox has spent the day following the inquest in Kendal.
The father of Poppi Worthington struggled to fight back tears at his daughter's inquest as he continued to refuse to answer questions which he has been warned could incriminate him.
Paul Worthington became increasingly agitated as he was asked about events on the day of Poppi's death. Elaine Willcox reports.
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The father of Poppi Worthington continued to refuse to answer 252 questions at his daughter's inquest.