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Vital information which could have alerted social workers to the abuse was not shared by the various bodies involved. Paying tribute he said: "The work she was doing with the Gloucestershire Safeguarding Board and social services was because she wanted ours to be the last 'horror case' for Gloucestershire.

Victoria Spry, 35, was subjected to physical and mental abuse - along with two of her siblings - from foster mother Eunice, who was jailed in Unfortunately, our website is currently unavailable in most European countries. She was jailed for 14 years, which sadisy reduced to 12 on appeal.

We continue to identify technical compliance solutions that will provide all readers with our award-winning journalism. At Spry's trial, her behaviour was described as "horrifying" and "sadistic". Following Spry's conviction, Gloucestershire County Council apologised for the "shortcomings" in its care system.

Victoria later wrote a book about her experiences, called "Tortured".