CINCINNATI -- A woman accused of torturing her 2-year-old daughter to death is no longer facing the death penalty.
Andrea Bradley was charged with aggravated murder in the death of Glenara Bates. Bradley's boyfriend, Glen Bates, was already convicted of killing their daughter by banging her head against the wall.
Officials said Glenara weighed just 13 pounds at the time of her death in 2015. Her body was covered with lashes, bite marks and bruises from years of abuse.
However, a psychologist found Bradley was "intellectually disabled." Tests previously showed that she has an IQ of 67, below the threshold for the death penalty.
In court Tuesday, prosecutors decided not to dispute the psychologist's report.
Bradley's trial is expected to begin in the spring.