"A 63-stone girl who had to be rescued from her own home has been fed a diet of junk food and fizzy drinks by her mother, it emerged last night.
Georgia Davis, 19, needed urgent care on Thursday but had to wait eight hours as walls were knocked down before she could be carried from her home into an ambulance.
The operation to cut into her home cost emergency workers an estimated £100,000.
She is due to remain in hospital over the weekend while doctors continue to test her for medical complaints including diabetes, kidney disease, spinal problems and respiratory failure.
A 10ft by 10ft space was cut into to the top floor of the house in Aberdare, South Wales, so that the emergency services could remove 19-year-old Georgia Davis
Her mother Lesley has previously spoken of her guilt over the teenager’s obesity.
Neighbours of the family in Aberdare, South Wales, said it was the 57-year-old who bought Georgia’s food.
One said: ‘Lesley does the shopping for the family on a regular basis just like any other mother going to the supermarket.
‘Georgia lives on processed ready-meals, sandwiches and packs of peanuts and crisps. She is also partial to sausages, pasties, chips, chocolate and chunks of cheese with bottles of coke or pints of milk." (More)