A GRANDMA accused of murdering her husband just days after Christmas has been ordered to live with her parents as she awaits trial.
Teresa Hanson is charged with stabbing dad-of-two Paul Hanson, 54, to death at their home in the village of West Cowick, East Yorkshire.
Teresa Hanson has been charged with murder after her husband Paul was stabbed to deathCredit: Ben Lack
Paul was rushed to hospital but couldn’t be savedCredit: Ben Lack
The hairdresser, 54, was arrested after her husband of 34 years was knifed on December 28.
He was rushed to hospital but couldn’t be saved and was declared dead shortly after.
Hanson, who spent her 54th birthday behind bars, did not enter a plea as she appeared at Hull Crown Court on Tuesday.
She spoke only to confirm her name during the brief hearing.
Judge John Thackray KC told her: “Your trial will take place in June for five days.
“Make sure you attend your trial. If you don’t, the trial can go ahead in your absence.”
Finding that there were “exceptional circumstances”, meaning the defendant should not be remanded in custody, he bailed Hanson until her next appearance for a plea and trial preparation hearing at the same court on March 20.
Hanson’s bail conditions include an electronically monitored curfew and instructions not to enter West Cowick, meaning she will live with her parents.
Judge Thackray set a provisional trial date of June 12.
Hanson and her husband had spent Christmas with daughter Sherri and grandchildren just days earlier.
Sherri posted photos on Facebook that showed Hanson and Paul sitting around the dinner table wearing festive hats.
She had posted beaming photos online with the caption: “We’ve had the best day today with family.”
It is understood Mr Hanson was a site manager at Sword Construction UK.