"A post-mortem examination was carried out at the Royal Gwent Hospital on September 26," Mr Greenwood continued.

She posted on her Facebook page at 6.35am Wednesday morning that she was guilty.'OK YALL KNOW IT WAS ME WHO DID THE BAD STUFF TO THE METRO OPERATOR!!!

' she wrote.'BUT I WANT TO APOLOGIZE TO HER BUT METRO OWE ME AND SHR (sic) WAS BEING VERY RUDE.

He had already done that three times last week before there were any problems.” On Monday, Eden caught the minibus to Twyn Square in Usk where he catches the coach.

He was last in the queue to get on the bus, and when he told the driver he didn’t have his pass he was left alone at the bus stop. He said that the driver shrugged shoulders, closed the coach door and drove off. Luckily he sat down on bench and waited for me to come get him, but anything could have happened." In response to the incident Monmouthshire County Council chief executive Paul Matthews said: “We know something went wrong on this occasion and we are going to be looking at our procedures to ensure this doesn’t happen again.

Ms Hopkins said: “He rang me and said that the driver wouldn’t let him on bus because he didn’t have a bus pass. “We transport thousands of children to school safely each day and we set ourselves high standards in terms of professionalism and care.

We have apologised to the family.” Ms Hopkins added that her son has now received a bus pass.

SO AT AM I WALKED UP TO THE POLICE THAT WAS AT BENCO SND (sic) CONFESSED TO IT CUZ IT WAS ON MY HEART ALL DAY. AND THEY WERE REALLY COOL I ALMOST FELT LIKE A CELEBRITY.

IT TOOK ALL OF 20 MINUTES JUST GOTTA GO TO COURT FOR THE SIMPLE ASULT (sic).'Brown is a theological student and has three children and one grandchild.

A MOTHER said she is "appalled" that a school bus left her 11-year-old son alone at an Usk bus stop that is three miles from his home.

Lisa Hopkins, from Trostrey, said that her son Eden Cobbold's bus pass was being processed by Monmouthshire County Council, but that he had been able to catch the bus on his first week of lessons at Caerleon Comprehensive School.

I hate Metro,' she said.'I’ve been catching Metro for 35 years. It's a vulgar assault,' said Metro Transit Police Chief Ron Pavlik.