A lady who harmed her grandma and stole cash from her record while she was in healing facility has been imprisoned for more than two years.
Jennie Greaves, 37, who was raised by her grandparents, controlled antidepressants to Adele Andrews, 87, who was over and again admitted to healing center.
While there, Greaves utilized her bank card, taking about £5,000 altogether.
Greaves, from Beaulieu, Hampshire, conceded harming and two tallies of extortion by false portrayal.
Southampton Crown Court heard that in the mid year of 2016, Mrs Andrews had experienced tests for strokes and seizures subsequent to being admitted to doctor’s facility.
Pee tests uncovered hints of amitriptyline. Thee court heard Greaves had utilized it to harm her grandma.
‘Adored her to such an extent’
Greaves timed up a bill of more than £2,500 at Carey’s Manor inn in the New Forest, pulled back £2,480 in 17 exchanges and burned through cash on remains in two Travelodge lodgings.
The court was told, while on safeguard, Greaves had likewise stolen almost £3,000 from another elderly man who had enabled her to remain in his home.
Her guard attorney contended that she had persevered through a troublesome existence with numerous individual battles and had been nurturing her grandma with no assistance.
In her casualty affect proclamation, Mrs Andrews stated: “I’ve no thought why she’s done what she’s finished. We are family and we gave her to such an extent.
“I adored her to such an extent… Jennie has done as such much to hurt me.”
Judge Gary Burrell QC stated: “Minding and helping an elderly individual was no uncertainty troublesome and distressing and you had no help from outside organizations, however that does not pardon what you did.
“You controlled toxic substance with a specific end goal to stun or appease your grandma for your own advantage.
“That was just unjustifiable to your grandma and gambled causing her genuine damage – she was a wiped out and helpless old woman.”