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A duty of care exists in any relationship.’ She added: ‘If someone is obviously in danger, one has a legal obligation to take steps to help. Hope’s family and friends have been devastated.’ Her family thanked the Staffordshire force and Devon and Cornwall Police for their work on the investigation.
Det Insp John Quilty said: ‘The death of Dangar ultimately prevented prosecutors from charging him in connection with Hope’s death as a result of sexually-related role play.
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But Dangar was found dead in his prison cell in HMP Dartmoor in April.
At an inquest on Wednesday into the death of Hope at her flat in Wood Street, Burton-upon-Trent, senior coroner for Staffordshire Andrew Haigh concluded she was unlawfully killed, police said.
Her mother was highly critical of the ‘unregulated’ online adult film industry, adding: ‘It serves no-one except those who wish to perpetrate violence against women.’ The family have now shared a report on the subject with every UK police force, to assist officers in dealing sensitively ‘should a dreadful situation like this arise again’.Two months after Hope was discovered unresponsive at home, Staffordshire Police arrested Dangar in connection with her death.He was subsequently separately convicted of having extreme pornographic images in January and jailed for 15 months, while the investigation continued.‘We are sorely disappointed that this case can no longer bring any legal justice for Hope.‘Had this gone to court, this would be a landmark case, the first of its kind in the UK.