Gloucestershire Police say they are considering further charges in connection with the death of Kayleigh-Anne Palmer, who died following an assault at a house in Cheltenham. The 16-year-old schoolgirl was five months pregnant.
Her boyfriend Aston Robinson has already been charged with attempted murder but this is now under review.
Following the arrest and charge of 18-year-old Aston Robinson in relation to a serious assault on Kayleigh-Anne Palmer in Humber Road in Cheltenham on Wednesday 2 April, Gloucestershire Police can confirm officers are now reviewing whether any further charges should be brought against him in light of Kayleigh-Anne's death and the death of her unborn child following the assault.
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