The family of murdered school teacher Stephanie Scott has received a payout from the NSW government more than five years after her tragic death. Ms Scott was raped and murdered by Vincent Stanford at Leeton High School, in the New South Wales Riverina region, on April 5, 2015 – just days out from her wedding. The 26-year-old had gone into school on a Sunday to set up her class for a substitute teacher who would be covering her as she got married and went on her honeymoon. But as she carried out her work, the school cleaner Stanford attacked. Ms Scott’s family later sued the State of NSW and the NSW Department of Education, citing ongoing ‘nervous shock’ – a legal phrase relating to ongoing psychiatric distress after the death of a relative. The two parties reached an out-of-court settlement last week. While the Scott family has never spoken about their decision to sue the government, their pain remains clear to see – as evidenced by a heart-wrenching recent Instagram post from the slain teacher’s sister, Kim. The family of murdered school teacher Stephanie Scott (left) have settled a civil suit with the NSW government more than five years after her… Read full this story
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EXCLUSIVE: Sister of slain teacher Stephanie Scott who was raped and murdered by a deranged cleaner days before her wedding lays bare her family's grief as they're awarded a payout for their pain and suffering have 265 words, post on www.dailymail.co.uk at June 26, 2020. This is cached page on Sport News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.