A MUM who took her baby clubbing and later rolled onto him in a boozy stupor was too drunk to wake up as paramedics battled to save the tot.
Little Darrian Tilby was just four weeks old when boozed-up mum Marina was seen repeatedly throwing and catching him on the night out before crushing him in his sleep on March 31 2017.
She was caged for two years and four months after admitting wilful neglect at Swansea Crown Court.
Jurors heard how Marina sunk pints of Guinness with sister Lucy Williamson before downing bottles of port and gin at a caravan park in New Quay, Wales.
The pair accepted an invitation to spend the night with three men after meeting in the pub.
Marina fell asleep at 3:30am – and almost immediately rolled onto Darrian.
TOO DRUNK TO WAKE
Within minutes Lucy noticed and rolled her off — but Darian already had blood around his mouth.
He was rushed to Bronglais hospital in an ambulance, but Marina was too drunk to go with him.
Cops woke her at 5:15am so she could say goodbye to Darrian.
Prosecutor Catherine Richards said he suffered a heart attack but the prosecution could not prove it was as a result of Tilby sleeping on top of him.
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Judge Paul Thomas blasted: “It is a mother’s responsibility and duty, and her natural instinct, to put the care and safety of her four week old baby above all else.
“You ignored that duty and got completely and hopelessly drunk. This is a dreadful case of selfishness.”
Defence barrister Dyfed Thomas added: “She will never forgive herself. Her lapse of judgement will punish her for the rest of her life.”
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