Baby killer's violent past

BABY killer Duncan Mills had a violent history and was previously jailed for attacking his then-girlfriend on Valentine's Day back in 2002.

BABY killer Duncan Mills had a violent history and was previously jailed for attacking his then-girlfriend on Valentine's Day back in 2002.

Mills admitted assaulting on Mandy Britton at Ipswich Crown Court and was caged for two years.

Then 26, the former rapper returned home from work on February 14 and punched Mandy Britton in the face because of a misunderstanding about his collection from Ipswich railway station.

He continued the attack in a bedroom, again punching her face and trying to force a mobile phone in her mouth.


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Mrs Britton, who the court heard was afraid to leave Mills for fear of repercussions, was also attacked on February 17 after an argument about housework.

Mills “dragged” her into her daughter's bedroom before smashing her over the head with a toy radio and allegedly threatening to kill her.

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He also allegedly punched her in the eye and ordered her to take her dressing gown off so he could whip the back of her legs.

Mills then allegedly took her into the bathroom, pushed her against the wall and “jabbed” a clothes iron into her eye.

During the attack Mrs Britton suffered a fractured rib and severe bruising.

Mills denied making threats to kill and was found not guilty of the charge after a trial. The court heard that he had been suffering from depression.

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