Celebrity florist 'may have accidentally drowned daughter then killed herself' - 2009-12-09

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F30.png Celebrity florist 'may have accidentally drowned daughter then killed herself' December 9, 2009, Richard Savill, The Telegraph

Judith Richmond, 41, who was suffering from bi-polar disorder, also known as manic depression, had become obsessed with scientology, and a belief that metal was poisoning her daughter Millie and the whole planet.

Mrs Richmond, who had provided flowers for the late Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, and the rock band Pink Floyd, believed her daughter's condition was due to metal poisoning and not to cerebral palsy.


{{cite news | first = Richard | last = Savill | title = Celebrity florist 'may have accidentally drowned daughter then killed herself' | url = http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/6763077/Celebrity-florist-may-have-accidentally-drowned-daughter-then-killed-herself.html | work = The Telegraph | date = December 9, 2009 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}