The father of Poppi Worthington broke down in tears when asked if he had abused her, however refused to reply to.
Paul Worthington refused to elucidate discrepancies within the commentary he gave to police when wondered for a 2nd day on the new inquest into the demise of his his 13-month-old daughter.
The 49-year-old started to sob and used to be given 5 mins to compose himself.
Poppi died unexpectedly at a area in Barrow, Cumbria, in December 2012. No-one has ever been prosecuted.
Mr Worthington used to be escorted into the listening to in Kendal through cops, for his personal coverage, for a 2nd day.
The barrister for the coroner, Alison Hewitt, had asked him about discrepancies in timings and different main points in his police commentary.
He has maintained his proper now not to respond to questions, beneath rule 22 of the Coroner’s Inquest Rules 2013 – which protects witnesses from incriminating themselves.
Mr Worthington endured to refuse to reply to when Ms Hewitt asked him if he had abused his daughter, or if at any level he had positioned her face down on a pillow or held his hand or the rest over her face.
Ms Hewitt asked if he may just bring to mind any reason Poppi would have bled from her backside or have a fractured leg.
He has now used his proper to refuse to reply to greater than 100 questions about her foods, slumbering patterns and well being.
The new inquest, in County Hall, Kendal, used to be ordered after a seven-minute listening to in 2014 decided Poppi’s demise used to be “unascertained”.