The care provider for an Adelaide woman allowed to die in “disgusting circumstances” says her carer’s employment has been terminated due to her “serious and wilful misconduct”.

An Adelaide care provider has sacked the carer of Ann-Marie Smith, who police say suffered a “disgusting and degrading” death.
Integrity Care SA says it has terminated the carer’s employment due to “serious and wilful misconduct”.
“We trusted our carer and believe that we have been completely misled by her,” the organisation said in a statement.
The 54-year-old with cerebral palsy died last month from severe pressure sores, malnutrition and other complications, having been left in a chair around the clock for up to a year.
SA Police has opened a manslaughter investigation.
More to come.