Her first "oblivious" complaint about Carl Sargeant was unsuitable for two women in the weeks before he died, heard a question.
His first community minister, 49, was found dead in November 2017, four days after his death. First Minister Carwyn Jones.
The Scottish Constable AM of Scotland had rejected unwanted allegations to women.
He left a letter telling his family "I missed you", he heard his question.
Matthew Greenough, a special advisor to the first minister, to the question in Rum, Denbighshire, said that there were two different objections of inappropriate behavior in 2016, through an anonymous letter to Carwyn Jones saying that Mr Sargeant "women".
His first minister also informed Mr Greenough about "incident related to a woman".
However, in October 2017 the special adviser stated that his & her; The first "noticeable" complaint about Mr Sargeant, who was given by telephone from David Hagendyk, was the general secretary of the Labor Party.
He said that Mr Hagendyk was saying that allegations were made that Mr Sargeant was driving unhappyly about two women at a political event.
The question heard that the women were Miss A and Miss B..
Mr Greenough told the question to speak to her; first minister about the allegations, and then sent to Miss A. She informed him about the allegations. He said she "wanted to consider her options" on how to do it.
He told the question that he did; Mrs. A. asked "not to speak but her case with her first minister and no other person."
He said he gave information to Mr Jones. His first minister, he said, said the objectors did not want to make the complaint officially, or put it in writing, that it was not a formal complaint; there.
The next day Mr Greenough sent Miss B, and considered allegations of unsuitable behavior. Both events recorded by Miss A and Miss B were held in the summer of 2017.
Both names were given to the first minister, on October 26.
The question was heard about this time, his / her first minister had asked to contact another complainant, A & # 39; Miss C.
Mr Greenough said that his / her first minister was still in attendance; Believing something had to be put in writing to handle it as a formal complaint.
By 1 November, Ms A. received a written statement. No letter was received from Miss B, but she was pleased to mention in the statement by her; Miss A. He did not receive a written complaint from Mr C.
Prior to these events, Mr Sargeant had been in the framework for workload when a discussion on the cabinet was discussed, and possibly being the leader of the house.
The John Gittings Crown said: "I'm struggling with this because these facts … and still has its name in the framework that could be a very senior and responsible role . "
Mr Greenough replied that his first minister had never been interested in a rumor. "He said that there is truth in politics, and you can not" work like that ".
Mr Greenough, who spoke from his written notes from the meeting between Carwyn Jones and Mr Sargeant on November 3, said Mr Sargeant was upset.
"He screwed his head as Carwyn spoke and said he did not know what he had told," Mr Greenough said to him; question.
He said that Mr Jones advised Mr. Sargeant that things could be public and that he should be "prepared" if that happened. He also told Mr Sargeant that he was "a difficult time".
Mr Greenough said the minister advised Mr Sargeant, who included working with the Minister; party.
He said that the recycling was dealt with differently from the previous ones, because it was not "appropriate" to provide the media on new appointments as the Welsh government would normally be.
The cousin said later that "the grievances were raised" when Mr Sargeant sent a tweet.
Mr Greenough said the tweet "on the lines" was to be split out as an agreed place and the door to the government would remain open in the future.
A decision was made to rectify the mistakes "through a brief statement," he said.
Mr Greenough said that Mr Sargeant's tweet was surprised as "at that time there was a lot of information in the public sector about the recycling … the focus of media statements at that time was about the recycling whole ".
Telephone records were checked
Earlier, the question has heard that telephone records are being checked after it appears that Mr Sargeant's phone was just an hour before he died on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 he did not come from his usual phone.
On Monday, there was a future commissioner, Sophie Howe, who worked as a special adviser to Mr Sargeant and his friend, telling him the question that he did not know; She received a call from Mr Sargeant at 07:30 PM on the morning and died and died. Believe that she could The last person you talk to.
On Tuesday morning, ask for a & # 39; The first minister on Ms Howe's telephone registers was investigated as Mr Sargeant's normal number was not known as a quote.
Cathy McGahey QC said: "Mrs. Howe's yesterday's evidence indicates that he has been cited and still does not get the phone."
Ms McGahey said it was "very similar" that a phone was lost.
Crunner John Gittins agreed that Sophie Howe's records could be viewed.
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Leslie Thomas QC, who is representing the Sargeant family, also asked an audio interview featuring Carwyn Jones on Monday 6 November 2017, saying that it was appropriate because he could show " what could have been working with Mr Carl Sargeant's mind on the morning of the 7th ".
The question heard the evidence from the Welsh Government minister, Ken Skates, who said that he believed that Carl Sargeant had been in a position; suffering long-term mental health issues.
Mr Skates was reported to read with her crown. In that, Mr Skates said that Mr Sargeant "did not tell me clearly" he had a bad mental health, but he worked out himself.
Mr Skates said: "As someone with mental health problems in the past, I came to believe that Carl's mental health was not right."
He said that Mr Sargeant started "asking me more and more" about what he did.
He also said Mr Sargeant had been knitting for help with "sense".
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The query heard from Steven Jones, a special advisor and the media to Carwyn Jones.
He said he did not receive a text message from Carl Sargeant on Friday 3 November 2017, following the re-shuffle, who said: "Bad shit."
He said when they spoke later, Mr Sargeant said that there were unacceptable allegations, but he did not know what allegations were there, or who did.
Carge Jones told him he was "not going to be public" in relation to the allegations, and that they would be handled over the weekend. He gave them "to" mean the Welsh Government, Steven Jones said to him; question.
On 8 November – the day after Mr Sargeant's death – Mr Jones said he went to Carl Sargeant constituency office, and Ken Skates was present. Mr Jones said he asked Mr Skates about the response of Carwyn Jones to Mr Sargeant and sent to the public.
He said that Mr Skates had said that Carwyn Jones was "proud", and augmented use for weight.
The question also heard that Mr Skates, the crown, John Gittins, released twice in November last year, out about the correctness of Steven Steven's statement.
He also believed that he would not have been used to his & # 39; a conversation with Steven Jones, and said he was not a kind.
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Mr Sargeant's senior secretary, Imelda Francombe, said "it's very clear to work with".
She said he had given some of her mental health issues at the end of 2016 or early in 2017, saying he had not been going to the end to her and her. "really blue" feeling.
She spoke to their manager, Peter Greening, about that conversation following comments on Mr Sargeant's diary to be full of duties, as Mr Sargeant did not want to have an illegal opinion .
After the back cover, he texted saying: "I'm sorry to let people down. You had magic."
To ask her & # 39; she had never seen any evidence of Mr Sargeant to her. Displaying anti-responsive behavior, she replied: "Of course, no doubt, no."
Asked if she had heard anything, she answered: "No."
Patrick Greening confirmed that the conversation with Ms Francombe was held but said that no one had asked her to speak to him.
Mr Sargeant had a great deal of health – he was "very sure" the word of depression was not used – because the AM was "very successful, calm".
He said he changed the way he thought of Mr Sargeant's diary and he did not chat with his first minister.
Mr Greening said he was seeing Mr Sargeant had a leaving his next meeting after the re-appointment he saw he lost his job.
"He walked over me … I can not tell him how interesting it was upsetting … I can not tell," he said to the court .
He also said there was no support for removing ministers he knew, saying: "I think there are lessons for learning."
Katie Leslie Thomas QC, Mr. Greening, said he had no qualification regarding the good staff, and no professional knowledge of mental health treatment.
Building on his opinion about Mr Sargeant's diary as "light" was a negative review, he said: "I would never give birth to minister's performance." He said he did not have his / her duty to criticism of ministers or detrimental effect on ministerial performance.
He asked what he meant that Mr Sargeant's book was a Looking light, he said: "It means that he does not have his workload as wide as some colleagues to his cabinet." He said a diary could be "light" because of his or her minister.
Mr Sargeant's illness, Mr Thomas said: "You did not assess yourself about the nature or extent of a mental illness that could have affected Carl. Is that fair? "
Mr Greening replied: "That's fair."
Mr Thomas also asked whether Mr Greening had been thinking of going back to speak to Ms Francombe about Mr Sargeant's mental health once and then; He knew that Mr Sargeant was losing his job in the recycling, It could be done without breaking confidence.
Mr Greening said: "No"
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On Monday, a court heard about Mr Sargeant's death, and including that he was hanged at his home in Connah's Pier with his wife Bernadette. The letter was found by his body.
He also heard evidence from the old minister Leighton Andrews, who carried the carriage of Carwyn Jones' behavior after Mr Sargeant's shot was "unhealthy".
Sophie Howe explained to court how his health began in the summer of 2017, several months before he died.
Mr Sargeant was handled for a decline and removal for several years before his death.
He had told her after the split: "I'm in a dark place."
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