A mum who murdered her two young daughters told her own mother ‘the other one will be next’ after she killed her first child.
Louise Porton, 23, was sentenced to 32 years in jail after she was found guilty of killing three-year-old Lexi Draper and 17-month-old Scarlett Vaughan just three weeks apart.
The prostitute claimed the girls “got in the way” of her sex life .
Her own mother revealed her daughter had laughed at the funeral parlour after the death of her first child and said ‘the other one will be next’.
Heartbroken grandmother Sharon said she would never forgive Louise and said she was planning to kill Scarlett after Lexi died.
Sharon told The Sun : “After Lexi died Louise said Scarlett will be next. It was threatening. She was already planning what she would do.
“She knew that she wanted to have her life back and do her modelling.
“I cannot believe social services didn’t do more, they have blood on their hands. They could’ve done so much more.
“Louise didn’t care about Lexi’s death, she didn’t give a damn.”
Porton was also heard laughing at a funeral parlour just days before she killed Scarlett.
Sharon added: “Something snapped in her head.
“She became a monster, my wonderful little girl changed.
“She’s not the happy loving girl I brought up. I no longer consider her my daughter.”
Porton, who described herself to male suitors as a “model”, accepted 41 friend requests on a dating app just a day after Lexi’s death.
She was described as being “calm and emotionless” following Scarlett’s death and delayed calling an ambulance for the youngster, even filling up with petrol as the toddler lay dead or dying in her car.
When Lexi was ill in hospital, just over a week before she died, Porton took topless photos in the toilets and was arranging to perform sex acts for money with a man she had met through a website.
Warwickshire Police said it was also “clear from the evidence” that callous Porton had tried to kill her three-year-old twice before, in early January 2018, before eventually succeeding.
At the time, she used her Google account to search for “Why did my three-year-old stop breathing”, and “How long after drowning can someone be resuscitated?”
The girls’ father, Chris Draper, who never had the chance to meet Scarlett, said he felt “broken”, with “nothing to live for”.
In a victim impact statement read to court by the prosecution, he said: “Why did Louise do something so evil to our beautiful daughters?
“You are their mother, the person supposed to care for them, protect and love them.
“They were just an inconvenience to you; how could you do this?”
Porton sat in the dock throughout the hearing, with her head resting on her hands, looking down at her feet.
Mr Draper added: “I sit and think, day and night, and I can’t understand why my two little girls were taken away because Louise wanted to sleep around.
“Maybe if social services had listened to me, my girls would still be alive today.”
Mr Draper, who was in court for sentencing, said: “I hate Louise.
“No punishment will ever be enough, as I will never get my daughters back.”