The full scale of the contact between social services and a man who went on to kill his infant daughter has been published today.
Three-month-old Paris Vince Stephens was shaken to death by her father in Bristol in 2013. He has since been jailed for her manslaughter.
A Serious Case Review report showed that social services, police and health workers had contact with the family for years. It makes 11 recommendations.
But the chair of the review said she didn't believe Paris' death was preventable.
Robert Murphy reports.
In a statement, Bristol City Council said:
Avon and Somerset Police says they take protection and safeguarding of children extremely seriously.
An inquest has found Danah Vince took her own life just hours after she was trolled and attacked in the street.
The 20-year-old was verbally and physically assaulted in public and online following the death of her 16-week-old daughter, Paris Vince-Stephens. The baby's father, William Stephens, was convicted of causing "catastrophic" head injuries, which killed the little girl, and jailed for six years.
But despite being cleared of any wrongdoing she was called 'baby killer' in public and sent threatening letters and social media messages.
But, after being confronted by a gang in a Southmead pub shortly before Christmas, the mother took an overdose, killing herself.
The inquest was told Danah was forced to move away from her family in Southmead, Bristol, in a bid to escape harassment.
In a statement read to Avon Coroner's Court, in Flax Bourton, her dad David John said Danah had been up and down following the death of Paris.
The coroner heard Danah had been prescribed amitriptyline, an antidepressant that helped her sleep, for several months, which had been increased from 10mg to 200mg in that time.
She was also set to undergo treatment for mental health issues, but died before her treatment began.
She had returned to her local pub, near her family's home, on November 29 last year - almost a year after she was cleared - when she was punched by three girls.
A pathologist found she died from acute toxic effects of amitriptyline, codeine and alcohol.
Avon Coroner Maria Voisin recorded a conclusion of suicide.
An inquest begins today into the death of a young mother from Bristol.
Danah Vince, 20, was found dead at her home in Southmead almost a year after being cleared of causing or allowing the death of her 16-week-old daughter Paris Vince-Stephens.
The baby's father, William Stephens, was convicted of killing her, and sentenced to six years.
William Stephens, who was convicted of killing his 16 week old daughter Paris Vince-Stephens in Bristol, has been sentenced to six years at Bristol Crown Court.
He'll serve three years in jail and three years on licence.
A Bristol father is facing jail after being convicted of killing his 16-week-old daughter.
Paris Vince-Stephens was shaken to death by her father, William Stephens, at her home in Bristol in January this year.
Paris's mother, 19 year old Danah Vince, was acquitted of causing or allowing the death of a child.
Stephens, who showed no emotion when the jury foreman returned the guilty verdict, will be sentenced tomorrow by Mr Justice Teare.
The father of a three month old girl has been convicted of killing her. Paris Vince-Stephens was shaken at her family's home in Bristol in January.
Today a jury found her father William Stephens guilty of her manslaughter. It emerged during the court case that social workers met with Paris' family ten times in the year leading up to her death.