Brooke Skylar Richardson has scored his judgment in the court, where she has been accused of having buried its newborn daughter in the backyard.
It writes among other CNN.
The now 20-year-old woman from Ohio risked life in prison if she was found guilty of all the charges against her, which among other things included killing, indecent dealings with equals, and to have exposed a child to danger. She has also been accused of having tampered with the evidence, but already during the trial missed the judge the accusation.
7. may 2017 born the then 18-year-old cheerleader a girl, which she christened Annabelle, before she buried her in his backyard.
the Murder was discovered, when she in July 2017 was at the doctor's office to get the renewal of its p-pill-prescription. The doctor was the same who three months earlier had discovered her pregnancy. When he wonderingly asked, what had become of the pregnancy, confessed that she had 'buried it all'.
Brooke Skylar Richardson and her lawyers have over the trial held, that the child is not breathing, when it came to the world, and that in addition there had been no umbilical cord. She therefore went into a panic and took the rapid decision to bury the girl in the garden.
112 - 8. sep. 2019 - at. 20:24 Charged with teen's eerie text message after she buried the newborn baby in the garden
In court laid the charges on Wednesday in the last week out with with to read a text message aloud, as the then-18-year-old sent to his mother immediately after giving birth to the child.
'I'm missing literally word for how happy I am... I am literally to just to be able to dress me in something cute for the dinner yayyyy my stomach is back and now I take here the opportunity to make it great.'
Prosecutors showed also a selfie, Brooke Skylar Richardson took of his stomach, from a fitness center a few hours after she was born. The picture was shown next to a picture of the dead baby's bones. the
Skylar Brooke Richardson wept on Thursday in court as her sentence at the maximum of one year's jail for indecent dealings with a corpse was read aloud.