Three sisters, who weren’t even given legal names by their parents, have been taken into care after the youngest was said to be at risk of harm.
The girls, including a baby now aged four months, were taken in after UK social workers stepped in to help.
Family Court Judge, Sarah Lynch, made a series of rulings about the girls and would not identify any names or the family involved, The Sun reported.
The judge said social services staff at the local City Council had asked for rulings.
Her final ruling in November focused on the youngest sister, whose birth was said to have only had been registered by her surname.
Social workers said they gave the baby a name for “day-to-day” use and claimed there was evidence the child was at risk of “sexual and emotional” harm at home.
Judge Lynch indicated that the lack of names had not been the key factor in her thinking.
She said she had concluded that the children would not be safe in their parents’ care.
The Mirror reports, details on the case appeared on a legal website after all three sisters were put up for adoption.
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