Williams later died after being tasered by police.
In a 999 call that was played to the inquest jury, Miles could be heard telling the operator: “He’s shoving a screwdriver in her face. He’s actually chewing her face.”
“He’s been locked in room seven. I don’t know who he’s hurting.
“There’s a lad in the room. He’s actually eating her. It’s awful.
“There was screaming and screaming. Oh my God. It’s awful.”
The killer’s mother Sally Ann Williams told the court that her 34-year-old son – who had been diagnosed with drug-induced schizophrenia – had been released from jail with no medication or supervision just two weeks before the attack.
She also revealed that he had complained of voices in his head in the days leading up to his death in November 2014.
“He told me his head wasn’t right,” she said.
The inquest into the incident carried out at the Sirhowy Arms Hotel at Argoed, South Wales, continues.
This article first published on New Idea.