Florida mother finds ‘clear’ photos on daughter’s phone Then came the pipe, police say

A Florida mother was arrested after deputies say she went overboard in the discipline department.

According to the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office, the mother was so upset after seeing “sexually explicit” images on the phone of a minor family member, she took matters into her own hands.

According to widespread media reports, the family member was later identified as the suspect’s 12-year-old daughter.

Witnesses told police the 33-year-old abused her for “some time” by handcuffing her to the steering wheel of a hot car, then also took her to a nearby hotel where the mother worked. That’s where the mother yelled at the minor, shaved the child’s head, put a pipe in his mouth, and wrote sexually offensive words on his face, police say.

The Miami Herald is not naming the mother to protect the girl’s identity.

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Deputies say they later found the pipe and the girl’s hair in the trash.

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The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office was first notified of the violence around 2:15 Thursday afternoon when dispatchers received a call from one of the mother’s co-workers at the hotel. Deputies went to his home around 4:45 p.m.

Recently released, graphic video taken outside his home shows the suspect walking back into his home away from officers, cursing at them, and as they try to barricade him in the door. , is shown struggling.

The Palm Coast woman was arrested on three felony charges, including child abuse without bodily harm, battery on a law enforcement officer and resisting an officer without violence.

He is being held at the Sheriff Perry Hall Detention Center on $17,500 bond.

Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staley said, “You have the right to discipline, but this woman took out her anger on the victim in a completely unacceptable way and then tried to stop the responding deputies from investigating.” ” “In my career, I have never seen anyone do such horrific things to a minor as disciplinary measures. I hope he gets the anger management classes he clearly needs.

A judge issued a no-contact order to resolve the case. The incident has been reported to the Florida Department of Children and Families.

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