Two-year-old Amina Agboola was found injured like a rag doll at her home in Yaxley, on November 21 last year after being left alone with her mothers boyfriend, Dean Harris. A trial at Cambridge Crown Court has heard social workers repeatedly warned her mother, Sarah Racqueman, that he posed a danger to children and should not be allowed to care for Amina alone. Harris, 19, of Scott Drive, Yaxley and a former Sawtry school pupil has admitted manslaughter but denies murder. Racqueman, 29, also of Scott Drive, denies causing or allowing her death. Harris told the court he had become a bit frustrated on the morning of Aminas death after repeatedly changing and cleaning her each time she soiled herself. His kick ruptured the girls liver, splitting it in half, and she died in hospital later that day. Harris said he had no intention of killing her. Asked by prosecutor Zoe Johnson if he knew what he was doing, he said: To a certain degree yes. I did not intend to kick her. It just happened in a split second because I was frustrated. As soon as I kicked her anger turned to worry. He said that the blow sent Amina flying and she landed across the room. He admitted he had initially lied and said Amina was injured after falling from a toilet. All Ive done since then is try to block it out of my mind, he added. Under cross-examination, Harris said he had bit Amina on the cheek leaving a bruise the day before her death. He added: I was feeding her and she bit my finger so I did it playfully. I was not aware that I had bruised her. The prosecutor asked whether he had fractured her arm a month earlier and then discouraged Racqueman from getting an X-ray, he said: No, definitely not. In her evidence, Racqueman said her relationship with Harris had developed very quickly after meeting earlier that year. She had allowed Harris to care for Amina because being a single parent could be stressful. Asked how he was with the children, she added: He was playful, calm, just acting normal really. He was never violent to me or Amina. She said she had been told by a social worker that Harris could be violent. When I asked Dean about it he said some of it wasnt true and some of it he wasnt convicted or it didnt go any further, Racqueman added. He was never aggressive. He was calm. She said she had not allowed Harris to care for Amina since the warning but was not in my right mind on the day she died. Racqueman said: The dog was barking, Amina was screaming and saying she didnt want to go out. I was just in a daze. Her barrister, Mark Shelley, asked if she was to blame for her daughters death. She said: No, I was torn over what to do. The trial continues.