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Mr Lewis said: 'On one occasion she heard a little girl crying and 'the one who stayed at home' having a rant and shouting 'shut up, shut up, shut the f*** up.''Mrs Bevan's adult son, James, also heard Matthew Scully-Hicks shouting 'shut up you little f***ing brat' and 'shut up you silly little c***.'The court heard Elsie suffered a broken leg, just above her right ankle, just two months after being in the care of Scully-Hicks.Over the next seven months she also had mystery bruises on her head and was rushed to hospital in March last year after allegedly falling down the stairs.A gay father who murdered his adopted 18-month-old daughter was visited by social services 15 times but they still raised no concerns - despite finding out she had broken her leg and had 'fallen down the stairs'.Matthew Scully-Hicks, 31, subjected little Elsie Scully-Hicks to months of horrific assaults and was heard shouting 'shut the f*** up' at her in his home in Llandaff, Cardiff.
Scully-Hicks, who sobbed when he was convicted, denied murdering her but was today found guilty by a jury after a four week trial.Elsie is taken to hospital but discharged after four hours.The Scully-Hicks claim Elsie was never the same after this fall and believe a CT scan at this time would have detected health problems that caused her death.A post mortem examination found Elsie suffered bleeding behind both eyes as well as rib fractures and a skull fracture which the pathologist said was 'as the result of an impact to the head.'Consultant paediatrician Dr Stephen Rose said he believed Elsie's injuries were caused by being 'shaken violently.'Elsie was first put in the care of Scully-Hicks in September 2015 and the process was finalised nearly eight months later.– Elsie's leg is x-rayed but doctors miss a second fractured thigh bone that could only have been caused by 'significant trauma'.