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He was subsequently separately convicted of having extreme pornographic images in January and jailed for 15 months, while the investigation continued.
A file was then submitted to the Crown Prosecution Service to consider a charge of manslaughter.
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.
Following the hearing, Hope’s mother Kate issued a statement issued through Staffordshire Police.
‘This type of online sexual activity is extremely dangerous and the repeated persuasion and dangerous requests that Dangar placed on Hope ultimately led to her death.
‘Hope had paid work in the Burton area as a carer for people with learning disabilities.
‘Hope had been earning extra money working in the online adult film industry.
‘Anyone with daughters or other relatives involved in this terrible industry must be aware of the risk of harm.
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.