Scully-Hicks also shook the toddler while he was looking after her and threw her against a hard floor.
Social workers paid at least more than a dozen visits to the couple's home from January 2015 and the pair had to undergo months of training, assessment and meetings.
However, it later transpires there is no record of him seeing a GP.
Miss Golten gives him good feedback, writing in her notes: 'She appears to have a lovely bond growing with Matt.
Prosecutor Paul Lewis QC said Elsie was found unresponsive by paramedics after Scully-Hicks attacked her at his home.
She died at University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, after doctors decided she would not survive her traumatic head injuries.
On the day of Elsie's death, Scully-Hicks took her shopping for an outfit for her to wear at a party to celebrate her adoption with family and friends.
He sent pictures of outfits at Marks & Spencer to his husband and purchased one for Elsie to wear.
A post mortem examination found Elsie suffered bleeding behind both eyes as well as rib fractures and a skull fracture which the pathologist said was 'as the result of an impact to the head.'Consultant paediatrician Dr Stephen Rose said he believed Elsie's injuries were caused by being 'shaken violently.'Elsie was first put in the care of Scully-Hicks in September 2015 and the process was finalised nearly eight months later.
It immediately brings up images of the kids out in the living room playing video games while Mom's bonking a different guy and it's a turnstile of men coming through the door. Most of our conversations didn't even focus on sex.''Ultimately, as a submissive you are the one who is writing all the rules.
She says: 'With John the dom, through our telephone conversations there was a degree of intensity, passion, respect and trust that emerged – how he listened to me and the kinds of questions he asked. You decide what it is that you want to have done to you and he then combines his own initiative and creativity as elements of the unexpected to bring you to places where you want to go or even a little bit further.'Though Delaine downplays any suggestion she was whipped with a flogger ('I had it touch my skin,' she says) she does admit he 'grabbed a fistful' of her hair, pushed her on to her knees and dragged her around the room.
Scully-Hicks tells his husband Elsie 'whacked' her head on a toy table.
Prosecutor Paul Lewis QC shows jurors a picture of the toy kitchen and asks why the bruise was vertical in appearance if she had fallen against the horizontal edge of the unit.
In the end Delaine didn't pursue a long-term relationship with that dom, because they lived so far apart, but in the years since her 2007 divorce she has had one long-term 'vanilla' relationship and another D/s romance that ended in December.'And I hope women remember that no matter what excitement the film awakens in them, they should only cautiously enter the D/s scene if they're single.