Nigel Malt, 44, lost his temper after Lauren refused to open the door when she drove in her Mercedes to pick up her youngest daughter, Norwich Crown Court was told.
Lauren shouted at her estranged father to “go home” after he tried to attack his friend with a lion in West Winch, Norfolk, in January this year, the jury heard.
Andrew Jackson, who blamed him, said Malt was back in his car, “moving forward as Lauren walked with him”, possibly stopping him from reversing “to launch another attack”.
Describing the incident, Mr. Jackson said: “He turned his car and knocked on his daughter. knocking him to the ground, he then turned the car over him. “
“He stopped, then drove his car over his body. Those actions killed Lauren Malta. Examination of his body later revealed bruises, wounds, crushing injuries to the head, torso, arms and legs.
“The pathologist of the Minister of Internal Affairs described them as significant traumatic injuries. In fact, he was crushed and died.”
“The case of the prosecutor’s office is that this was a murder, that the defendant committed those actions with intentional anger or temperament. “He intended to kill Lauren or at least cause serious harm.”
Mr Jackson said that ignoring his neighbors’ request to wait for an ambulance, Malt picked up Lauren and put her in his car while he was “effectively bleeding to death” from a liver injury.
Mr. Jackson said. “The defendant made it very clear that he did not want the police to investigate, he was not ready to wait, to allow Lorraine to receive the emergency medical care she needed.”
He begged his relatives not to call the police before going to a nearby store where his estranged wife, Karen, worked.
On the way he called her to say: “Lauren was dead because he ran over her and brought her,” Mr. Jackson said.
The jury was shown a video camera from the store, where it was seen that Mrs. Malt was opening the car door, trying to comfort her daughter.
The court heard that Malta’s marriage was broken because of his drunkenness, drug abuse and violence.
The prosecutor said that in April last year, his wife, Karen, had reported him to the police for using violence against him.
Malta, from Kings Lee, denies the murder. The trial continues.
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