Murder trial: Man had a 'long history of violence' towards his mother
A man accused of murdering his mother had a long history of violent behaviour towards her, a court has been told.
Kazik Pasierbek would become violent and aggressive towards his 72-year-old mother, Margaret Krawcewicz, when she refused to give him money.
Derby Crown Court was told of seven incidents where the 39-year-old attacked either his mother or a male care worker trying to intervene in their argument.
Jurors heard the attacks ranged from hitting her over the head, pulling her hair and stealing money from her to buy drugs.
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Pasierbek was arrested on each of the seven occasions, between November 2006 and June 2009, but only appeared before the courts once as his mother would withdraw her complaints.
The court also heard from Kay Middleton who works at a pharmacy in Lincoln.
She told jurors that she saw Pasierbek trying to sell his Diazepam four times, which led to his prescription being cancelled.
Pazierbek denies murdering his mother at the flat they shared in St Botolph’s Crescent, Lincoln, on October 12 last year.
The trial continues.