Prosecutors re-examine Poppi Worthington case after coroner finds toddler was sexually assaulted
Prosecutors are considering a coroner's findings that Poppi Worthington was sexually assaulted in her father's bed before her death.
Mr Roberts formally referred a copy of his decision, made on the balance of probabilities, to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) on Tuesday.
The CPS say they have received Mr Roberts decision and will review it along with Cumbria Police.
A spokesman for the CPS said: "We have received a copy of the coroner's decision and will now consider this carefully in liaison with Cumbria Constabulary."
It comes after Poppi's mother called for prosecutors to re-examine the case following Monday's ruling, which mirrored two fact-finding judgments by a High Court family judge in 2014 and 2016 that Paul Worthington abused his daughter shortly before her death.
Mr Roberts said the toddler suffocated as she slept next to her father in an "unsafe sleeping environment", and ruled out penetration as the cause of death.
Mr Worthington, 50, has denied any wrongdoing and has not been charged with any offence following a botched police investigation.