Lisa Willis: Mick Philpott kept asking why I had done this to him
LISA Willis told the court she received numerous calls and texts from Philpott when she left the family home.
She told the jury: "He just kept ringing and texting asking what he had done wrong and why had I done this to him."
Mr Latham asked Ms Willis whether she received a call from the police at the beginning of May last year.
"They said apparently I had made a phone call to Michael Philpott threatening him and his family," Ms Willis told the court.
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Mr Latham asked her: "Have you ever made any threats to him or his family?"
Ms Willis replied: "No, none whatsoever."
The prosecutor asked Ms Willis where she was on the night of the fire.
She told the court her sister and children were at her house until 8pm on May 10.
"Did you go anywhere near number 18 Victory Road that night?," Mr Latham asked.
"No, I never", she replied.
"Did you have any discussion with your sister about going to number 18 that night?" he continued.
"No, we didn't", Ms Willis replied.
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