She didn't even get the chance to fight for her children.''In terms of Sheila's mental health during 2016 she attempted to take her own life on four occasions.
'I asked her why and she said it was because she was forced to speak to the children on the phone.
She also made the best carrot cake ever - she loved spending time with her kids.'I'm devastated and heartbroken over the loss of Sheila.
I feel she was let down many times she and the family were screaming for help but I feel we were not listened to.
He obstructed visitation if anything.'During this time Sheila was very low in mood in part due to the difficulties in having contact with her children.
'She attempted suicide and reported feeling let down.'After that Sheila had difficulties maintaining contact with the children. The most obvious trigger was when she had contact with her ex husband and she would go on a real downer.'Mrs Noakes added: 'She couldn't talk about the allegations and couldn't bear us to talk about it.The fact she couldn't see her children and there was no cooperation from Chris, you have to cooperate when you have children.'She could be very good at hiding what she was feeling as well.But after they split up, she was accused of sexual activity with a child in 2012.She had to face trial at Minshull Street Crown Court, Manchester, before being found not guilty in 2014.A mother-of-four killed herself after losing custody of her children over false accusations she had sex with an underage boy.Support worker Sheila Griffin, 36, had been acquitted of sex charges following a trial by jury, but three of her four children had already moved in with their father and she had to fight him for contact, an inquest heard.She was looking brilliant, smiling, buying things ready for the new accommodation she was hoping to move into.I had no idea she had any negative thoughts or was considering the possibility of taking her own life.'She a was very creative and loved making costumes for the kids and painting with them.The hearing was told Mrs Griffin was a 'good mum and a lovely person' and had enjoyed playing rugby in her teens.She was with husband Chris for 18 years having met him when she was just 14.