Hope Bards, 21, while Jerome Dangar watched on webcam (Pictures: PA / SWNS)

A woman dies during a sex play with a ligature while he is watching at home.

Hope Barden, 21, who worked as a carer for people with learning disability and what extra money, was unlawfully killed, ruled on coroner.

Jerome Dangar, 45, who repays to death without calling for help.

Police say a charge of manslaughter, in what has been a landmark case, what is said against Dangar before he killed himself in jail earlier this year.

She was discovered dead on March 15 last year, Staffordshire Police said.

Dangar from Cornwall.

Dangar paid Hope to strangle herself on camera

Police inquiries showed Dangar had encouraged Hope to engage in what's called "increasingly degrading and dangerous" sexual acts, over three months.

Hope's family, who described her as 'beautiful and intelligent' have criticized the 'terrible' adult internet film industry.

Her mother was highly critical of the 'unregulated' online adult film industry, adding: 'It serves no-one except those who wish to perpetrate violence against women.'

The family now has a relationship with the UK police force.

Two months after Hope was unresponsive at home, Staffordshire Police arrested Dangar in connection with her death.

He was separately convicted of having extreme pornographic images in January and jailed for 15 months, while the investigation continued.

A file was submitted to the Crown Prosecution Service to consider a charge of manslaughter.

Hope was unlawfully killed a coroner ruled (Picture: PA)
Dangar was found dead in his prison cell at Dartmoor Prison in Devon (Picture: SWNS)

Dangar was online during the mental health degree graduate.

But Dangar was found dead in his prison cell at HMP Dartmoor in April.

At an inquest on Wednesday in Wood Street, Burton-upon-Trent, senior coroner for Staffordshire Andrew Haigh killed her was unlawfully killed, police said.

Following the hearing, Hope's mother Kate issued a statement issued by Staffordshire Police.

She said: 'Hope what a beautiful, intelligent young woman.

She had completed her post degree in adolescent mental health and had recently returned from working in Norway.

'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.

She was found by her flatmate

'Unregulated, this industry serves no-one except those who wish to perpetrate violence against women.

"Over the Internet, which over three months of contact escalated into degrading and dangerous situations.

'We are sorely disappointed that this case can no longer bring any legal justice for hope.

Had this gone to court, this would be a landmark case, the first of its kind in the UK.

A dreadful situation like this is again, there is a record of how we approached a sensitive and difficult issue.

'Anyone with daughters or other relative 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.

In this tragic case, Hope what left to the. 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.

Det. John Quilty said: 'The death of Dangar prevented him from being charged with Hope's death as a result of sexually-related role play.

Dangar placed on Hope, led to her death.

'The tragic death of Hope, and the potential consequences for Dangar, should send a strong message to those who engage in dangerous sexual acts and make requests of others while online, anywhere in the UK.'