Oscar Pistorius has suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder since shooting his girlfriend dead and is a suicide risk, according to a psychologist's report.
The report, read out today at the ongoing murder trial of the six-time Paralympic gold medallist, found he was not mentally ill but "severely traumatised" by the events of February 14 last year.
It is one of two reports - one by a psychologist and another by three psychiatrists - presented to the court after Pistorius spent a month undergoing a mental health evaluation at the Weskoppies hospital in Pretoria.
The 27-year-old denies deliberately killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
He claims he fired four shots through a locked toilet door in his Pretoria home fearing there was an intruder.
On Monday (June 30), prosecution lawyer Gerrie Nel said the first report showed Pistorius "did not suffer from a mental illness or defect that would have rendered him criminally not responsible for the offence charged".
Both the prosecution and defence have accepted the findings of the reports.
Giving evidence for a second day, the court heard from Pistorius' manager Peet van Zyl.
He was challenged on his assertion that Steenkamp was the first girlfriend the athlete had asked to accompany him abroad.
Nel read out an email to van Zyl in which Pistorius sent a copy of former girlfriend Samantha Taylor's passport.
Van Zyl said he could not remember receiving the message.
A letter from Pistorius to Taylor asking her to accompany him to the London 2012 Olympic Games was also read out to the court.
Later, sports medicine Professor Wayne Derman, who has treated Pistorius for six years and worked with the South African Olympic team, said the athlete was "hyper vigilant" and had an "exaggerated response" when in uncomfortable situations.
Derman, a Porfessor at the University of Cape Town who is the defence team's final witness, told the court Pistorius had hand tremors and problems with the stumps of his legs.
The trial has been adjourned until tomorrow.
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