Lucy Dyer Wiki – Lucy Dyer Biography
Lucy Dyer is a mother-of-one wept in court as she stood accused of drink driving and causing the death of a six-month-old baby after her BMW crashed into another car on Friday night.
Dyer was remanded into custody for her protection after a hearing at Llanelli Magistrates Court this morning after the court heard threats had been made and her home had been vandalized.
She is 23 years old.
Dyer is alleged to have hit the side of a family car, causing fatal head injuries to the tot strapped in a child seat.
The collision happened at the Heol Goffa crossroads at about 9 pm on Friday and involved a blue three series BMW and a blue Vauxhall Vectra.
Mother-of-one Dyer sobbed in court where she faced charges of causing death by dangerous driving and drink-driving.
Magistrates heard threats, and “vitriolic comments” were made against her within hours of the horrific crash in a 20mph zone.
Eva Maria’s heartbroken parents Carmen and Florin, who came over to Britain from Romania three years ago, said their’ pain was indescribable’ in an emotional post on social media after the crash.
Carmen revealed: ‘It took all the happiness. It destroyed my family. The house is empty without her. Our souls are burned on the inside.’
Flowers and toys have been left at the crash scene, and specially trained officers are supporting Carmen and Florin. Through a Facebook fundraising campaign, more than £8,000 was raised for the family in less than two days.
Prosecutor Dennis Davies said: “While she was in police custody, her front door was daubed with the words “Rot in Hell you scum,” using a permanent marker.
“That was brought to the police’s attention along with the fact that dog excrement had been smeared on the house.”
The court heard threats against Dyer had been posted onto a police Facebook page asking for information about the crash in Llanelli, South Wales, last Friday night.
Alison Evans, chairwoman of Llanelli magistrates, told Dyer: “This is a desperately sad situation and a life changing situation for the little child and for you.”
Dyers was remanded in custody “for her own protection”.
She is due to appear at Swansea Crown Court in November.
Dyer’s blue BMW collided with a blue Vauxhall Vectra carrying the six-month-old baby named in court as Eva Maria.
Magistrates heard after the crash. Dyer waited nearby for police to arrive.
Eva Maria’s parents, who came to Britain from Romania three years ago, said their “pain was indescribable”.