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Mom Charged After Kicking Young Sons Out Of Home

January 27, 2012 at 10:23 am by  

Fort Pierce, FL — A single mother of two was arrested Tuesday after allegedly kicking her two mouthy sons out of her mobile home in an attempt to scare them.

Jayme Beall, apparently upset with her crotch fruits’ incessant cursing and misbehaving, packed them a bag and escorted them out the front door around 7:00 Monday evening.

When she went outside to retrieve them about 20 minutes later, they were gone. It was then that she freaked and called 911.

“She was scared, nervous, frantic trying to find her children through the (trailer) park,” said neighbor Robin Cornelius. “She was searching hard.”

A search of the neighborhood and the surrounding area by foot and by air proved fruitless. Seems the brothers, ages 13 and 9, had hitched a ride on U.S. 1 to I-95 where they then called their grandmother. Five hours after they disappeared, grandma called authorities to let them know the boys were safely in her custody in Boynton Beach, a good 70 miles away.

Beall told police she’d previously had trouble with her older child, claiming the kid had run away before and had a bad habit of acting violent toward her. And the 9-year-old? He apparently has a potty mouth and a shitty attitude. Beall said both boys had been acting up since their recent move to the trailer park. Her neighbors agree.

“The way they talk to her is bad, abusive sometimes hitting her,  leaving bruises and things like this,” Cornelius said. “It’s very rough for her because they don’t want to listen and the way the law is you can’t touch your children so it kind of makes it rough for them.”

Sheriff Ken Mascara said Beall placed her children in danger by kicking them out, adding that everyone involved is lucky the boys made it safely to grandma’s house.

“Just a bad parenting decision and in addition that night she had been drinking and was inebriated,” Sheriff Mascara added. “Just a poor decision.”

That poor decision landed her behind bars….she’s been charged with felony child abuse. She has since been released and is reportedly in the process of trying to reclaim her children.

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  • Anonymous

    I’m outspoken against child abuse, but I be damned if I’d let my 13 and 9 year old kids beat around on me. Boys or not. I feel a little bad for her, if she’s a single mom her kids might be acting out because of the situation between her and the dad. Probably didn’t help that she was drunk at the time, either, but I guess if my kids abused me I’d drink a lot too.  I also feel bad for her because once they’ve realized they can overpower you, it’s only going to get worse.  

  • debi

     Sheriff Mascara for real lmao tomuch

  • Anonymous

    If what the neighbor says is true, why would she want these little monsters back? I would throw my hands up, rest my feet on the cell bars, and say “yeah, you got me guess you’ll have to put them in foster care.” Let them see what that’s like for a few weeks.

  • Anonymous

    kids can be a handfull especially teens.I don’t think they should through her in jail or charge her. just give her a warner. She sounds like a mother stretched to her limits.

  • Anonymous

    When my husband and I seperated about 4 years ago, my oldest son was 9. He was angry that my husband left (he assumed I kicked him out, when my husband voluntarily left the house). He was really resentful. One night the two of us got into an argument and he raised his hand in a fist like he was going to hit me. I grabbed his arm and pulled it into a chicken-wing and told him anytime he thought he could take hit me, we’ll go out in the front yard so the neighbors can watch me beat his ass. He actually said, “I have the number to CPS, they gave us stickers in school”. I said, “I’ll call the Home of the Innocents right now and drop you off with your suitcase if you ever think you’re going to hit me”. He went to his room crying, and came out later and apologized. He’s never been disrespectful to me since (aside from common teenager things like rolling his eyes or stomping off).

  • Anonymous

    Also, she only kicked them out into the front yard, she didn’t drop them off in the ghetto to fend for themselves. The kids managed to make it 70 miles away just fine, sounds like they can take care of themselves to a degree.

    I feel bad for her. She should’ve just beat them.

  • malq

    LOL in the vid, the trailer has a huge sign it that says cougar.

  • Anonymous

    Right. She ain’t like the judge in Texas that beat the hell out of his daugther with a belt telling her to “take it like man”. I think she’s probably at her wits end. I wonder if she’s reached out to LE before to try to get help. We might be reading about those two kids in a different capacity on DD in a few years.

  • malq

    “Crotch fruits” LMFAO I love you Jaded, you’re amazing!

    You got it Deety
    In the end the little bastards are fine and Mom is in jail. I am not so sure she did anything wrong, I tell my kids to go outside and play all the time. I really don’t see the difference, the kids decided to really leave.

  • Anonymous

    It looks like it’s not even a trailer, it’s an RV. They lived in an RV? Sad situation.

  • malq

    Yeah but it has a monster, ‘Cougar” sign on the front.
    Most of the time an RV is a lot nicer than a trailer.

  • Sam

    I agree with everyone else – sounds like she was just trying to be a good parent and got overwhelmed. Her main mistake was she put them out together. I’m sure each of them on their own wouldn’t have ventured on a 70 mile trip all by themselves. Take note Jayme – next time, divide and conquer!

  • Anonymous

    Umm maybe they behave this way because she is a dirty ass drunk! Amazing her neighbors defend her and say “too bad she cant put her hands on them” wtf its her own fault they are fucked up

  • Anonymous

    I don’t know how I feel about this one.  My son was at his absolute worst at 13 and there were times that I felt like beating the shit right out of him, but I didn’t and we worked through it.  I can’t image two acting the same. 

  • Anonymous

    That is not always true Kimbev, Kids act out for many different reason.her teen son was outting his hands on her. She was just trying to teach them a lesson and it went to far…70 miles to far in fact.

  • guillotinegirl

    Since she lived in something on wheels, it would have been easier to move, hoping they never found her. That’s what my parents always did, not that it worked.

  • Anonymous

    Damn. That poor mama. She made a mistake!! Holy shit!! That doesn’t make her neglectful. Kids suck sometime and parents make bad decisions in moment. Fucking crotch fruits should’ve had their ass beat a little more. Where is that Texas judge when you need him!! Haha!

  • aka jas

    I thnk some children need to be spanked.  Its healthy to know boundries. Not beaten, but spanked and stripped of anything unnecessary. I dont think that knowing their mother went to jail is going to empower her parenting them by any means.  If anything else, it just made situations worse.  I feel awful for this lady.  I couldnt imagine having kids that treat me like that.

  • Josh

    False advertising.

  • LeaveMeBe

    Not saying she’s the worlds greatest parent, but she did call the police when she couldn’t find them, so I’ll give her that. Tough love comes in different doses and maybe she underestimated what her kids would do. When my son chose to run away at 8 years old, I helped him pack. Shit, I even reminded him to take his coat, pillow and blanket because it was cold outside. He went to another building in our complex and camped under a stairwell (this was late in the evening). I went snooping for him after about 30 minutes and saw him there, plus neighbors kept calling to let me know he was there. He was back in a couple of hours. Little shit never threatened to runaway again. Then again maybe she’s a royal bitch and the kids need to be removed. If she’s not, and is doing the best she can, then this situation will guarantee that she will be immersed in a living hell by her children. Hopefully the investigators will figure it out and get it right this time. 

  • Anonymous

    I read, “spanked and stripped” and just about fell out of my chair. Thanks for the clarification on the “stripped” part.

  • Anonymous

    And the kids aren’t really “young”, I mean one is 13 years old. My 13 year old frequently leaves our house in the morning, and bikes over to his friends’ neighborhood and we don’t see him most of the day. One time we called him and told him we were going shopping but it didn’t occur to us that he didn’t have his key with him. We locked him right the hell out of the house. Good thing he didn’t call his grandma to come get him, damn, we would’ve been charged with child abuse.

  • Anonymous

    I ran away at 14 and didn’t come home till I was 16.  Children can be very resoursefull.  I was an awful teenager for a thousand reasons.  But I don’t think my folks should have gone to jail because I took off. 

  • Josh

    Not being in her situation, its easy for me to sit here and offer advise. She looks like 1 paycheck away from being homeless. 20 years ago if dad beat your ass for being a shithead, you called the cops out they would ask what you did to deserve it and just leave. Everything is a walk in the park these days, you don’t have to show up to school until high school, and if you do show up they just pass you if you don’t learn anything. consequences for your actions are minimal as a kid these days.

  • Reen B

    The packing a bag for them part threw me off though. If she packed them a bag, did she really expect them to stay in the yard? I wonder what her actual words were…something like “Go anywhere but here”?

  • Anonymous

    I think your child was raised well and angry.

    I would have started filings to remove my duties of parenting for the older one in the above case.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks, JohnQ. And I agree, if my kid were hitting me and cussing at me, I’d fill out the paperwork for them to be emancipated and let them figure out how to live on their own.

  • Hayz

    I don’t see this as child abuse as much as I do an honest mistake. I fmy thirteen year old was doing that to me I’d try to scare them like the to. “Okay, well let us see how well you fend without mommy then!” Honestly I feel nothing but sympathy for her. She must truly love those kids if she is trying to get them back because I sure as hell wouldn’t.

  • aka jas

    Yeah, you/I come here to often, too not have proper clarification.  Plus, I dont feel like getting into it with the trolls about “stripping your child”.  Barrrrrrrrf.

  • Anonymous

    And the great part here is, once she DOES get them back, they have this new ammo to use against her if she decides to try to discipline the little shits again.  Damn…

  • http://www.facebook.com/milesmommyisme Shannon Brown

    They hitched a ride 70 miles? Who the hell are the Jack Asses picking up 9 & 13 years old children hitching rides to Grannie’s house? Seriously, they need to be in jail…not Mom.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Shannon-Bennett/1803988499 Shannon Bennett

    Sounds like the 2 kids are the shit heads to me.  I bet these kids feel they were in the right for treating their mother this way since she ended up in jail. 

  • Athena

    Odds are, it’s mom’s fault the kids are the little shits they are, so I’m not terribly sympathetic about that part of it.  But felony child abuse?  That’s some bullshit.  This situation was undoubtedly created by a lack of resources.  Mandated parenting education and some family counseling would be the ideal consequence, and you don’t need a felony charge to level that kind of sentence.

  • http://www.facebook.com/susan.m.goerke Susan M. Goerke

    What?  A 9 and 13yo can’t spend 20 minutes in their own front yard?  Those boys should be the ones in trouble for running away!  Mom just basically gave them an outdoor time out (probably so she wouldn’t feel tempted to beat the unholy attitudes out of them).  Common sense needs to prevail here, this is no where near a felony!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jerri-Blank/100002828502192 Jerri Blank

    I know some have said mom going to jail is going to make them act worse but I am not so sure about that. My parents were pretty awful and I also took off and did some bed things myself but I think if I ran off for a week and then returned and my Mom or Dad went to jail I’d feel soooo shity that I wouldn’t have done it again. At least I believe that would have been my response but then again I was quite the asshole so maybe not.

  • Anonymous

    Yes, mom has responsibility in this, but I still feel sympathetic. It’s entirely possible for a woman to have kids that are stronger-willed than she is. Stubborn boys rebelling against mom because of a lack of father figure isn’t uncommon. And they outnumber her two to one, and one may be bigger than she is. I can see becoming overwhelmed. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/SouthrnHunnix420 Tara Kouba

    I don’t blame her lol those kids sound like horrible little shits. They seriously couldn’t handle being outside for a couple of minutes, they knew their mom was coming back.

  • Anonymous

    Right?  It wasnt late.  It wasnt a long time.  Shes locked up for that?  I dont know how many times my mom told my brother and I to get the hell ou the house she killed us.

    This reminds me of when my mother and uncle walked home from their aunts house because they were upset about having to visit. She told them they could just leave them.  She freaked out when they actaully did, lol.

  • Anonymous

    “So she wouldn’t be tempted to beat the unholy attitudes out of them”.. I love it.

  • Anonymous

    You know.. this is the kinda thing my mom would have done when I was a kid..  She was notorious for throwing my my, and my brother’s crap out onto the front lawn if we left it laying around the house for too long..  Once I came home from school and the entire contents of my room was laying in the front yard – including the matress from my bed..   I went to a neighbors house and wanted to wait for my dad to get home from work before I went home – mom said she’d call the cops and have me declared a runaway if I didnt come home..   I didnt even think of calling the cops myself ..  I just went home, hauled my stuff back inside, and dealt with it..  

    I dont think the mom in this case deserved to go to jail..   That was a severe over-reaction on the part of law enforcement..  She’s being punished not for what happened, but what COULD have happened..  and really, being a single mom of two rotten kids who abuse her and don’t listen (thats not to say she doesn’t have any part in their behavior.. kids don’t just get that way on their own) can you imagine how exasperating that would be? ..  Maybe the boys should stay with their grandma for a while..  

  • NY_Mommy

    I agree. You don’t wake up one day and all the sudden your kids are lil shits. It takes years of molding them into lil shits. If she’s never been in trouble before than she probably will end up with parenting classes.

  • Anonymous

    They surely called her bluff & damned it they all delivered.

    Mom, I think the way to go here is to take shit away from them. Make their lives living hell by NOT letting them do kid stuff. You know that tv? Got to go. You know that video game/computer? Got to go. You know those books? (If they have any) got to go.

    Chores, and a nice wall without any posters, NOTHING. THey stay in that room without anything to do but sit their asses down & think about their rotten attitudes.

  • Anonymous

    OK..what she did wasn’t THAT bad. She was just trying to scare the kids. What’s sad is those kids are most likely going to grow up white trash and have more kids and so on and so on….until yes….we have Idiocracy.

  • EveryVillainIsLemons

    If I were their mother, I would bother trying to reclaim them.  Let Granny deal with their whiny asses.

    That being said, I’m not sure if she’s trying to reclaim them because she loves them or because she loves the child support/welfare benefits.

  • Anonymous

    My friend’s 13 year old daughter was wiiiiiiiiild. Running away all the time, etc. They called the police and asked “What can we legally take away from her?” In the end, she had a mattress on the floor, a pillow, without her favorite pillowcase, and a blanket. Not one thing else in her room.

  • Anonymous

    Could be dad’s the shit head parent and mom is trying her best, but when shit head dad doesn’t have/enforce rules, makes it tough.

  • Anonymous

    What the hell? She’s trying to get them back? I’d be like… hell yeah! Vacation from those little brats!

  • Anonymous

    I’m sheriff mascara and this is deputy blush and deputy lipstick. Put your hands up in the name of revlon.haha

  • Anonymous

    Sound like me and my brother at that age. except for the whole mom beating thing. That didn’t come on until my twenties. At 12 and 10 we missed our train out of chicago and had to stay the night there alone. We loved it. Free hotel room and 55 dollars apiece for food, plus cab fare. Awesome!

  • http://www.facebook.com/milesmommyisme Shannon Brown

    Not to mention if she has to work a full-time job to support all of them. 

    My family has been dealing with a situation quite like this (boys living in a single mother household), for quite some time. In 2007, I had a 16 year old brother and an 11 year old brother residing with only their Mom (my stepmom), who works as a Registered Nurse to provide for them (since our Dad is essentially a deadbeat). She made great money and bought my little brothers EVERYTHING they asked for. You know, to make up for all the hours she spent away from them, working.

    She dated several guys after her and my Dad’s split. But….No relationship ever panned out because her pre-requisite was that her sons had to “like” the new guy too. She eventually met a good, decent, honest man who brought the much needed discipline my little brothers (as young black men in-the-making) required. Of course, they both decided they hated him and the older of the two, “ran away” on several occasions. This usually resulted in my Stepmom’s consistent worrying, to the point where she would beg my 16 years old brother, ‘Victor’, to return home.

     In  2007,he begged me to let him stay with me in New Orleans (he resided in Houston). He said that if he stayed n the home he just might “hurt his Stepdad”. I relented…My Stepmom drove 6 hours and dropped him off to his ‘Big Sis’ that Summer. Long story short…7 days later, I had to place the hardest call of my life, to the woman, who had entrusted me with the care of her most valued possession…That her son/ my beloved little brother, had been killed after an Officer caught him and some other kids, “Tagging” one of the failed Levee walls.

    I guess the point of sharing this personal info is  this..Had my Stepmom backed her new husband’s discipline, instead of letting my little bro run away from it, he would still be alive. This Mom did what she felt she had to do to get this kids right. I commend her efforts.

  • http://www.facebook.com/milesmommyisme Shannon Brown

    Last image of my little brother…

  • Anonymous

    Hi, Lena…. and I agree with you that things went too far.  BUT (and there always is a but…. or a butt…isn’t there?) as someone who had to deal with childhood abuse by my dad and a mom who looked the other way so she didn’t have to see it, my first instinct is to side with the kids.  This time, though, it occurred to me that maybe… just maybe she might have been drinking b/c she’s had to deal with two out of control kids for quite a while.  It doesn’t absolve her from the fact that she displayed bad judgement at the very least and crappy parenting to boot.

    If I had talked to my parents badly and ever hit back, I would have been backhanded into last week.  Somewhere along the way, the kids in this story have found that mom doesn’t have any real control or effect on them, so the roles have been reversed.  The kids are the abusers.

    I raised three kids, two girls and a boys, and they were close in age and teenagers at the same time.  There were times when I wanted to pull my hair out and yeah, there were times when I wanted to backhand them into last week, too.  My philosophy is, however, that when you reach the end of your rope, you tie a knot and hang on.  This mom needs to get some kind of help in dealing with these boys, or she should give them up to the system so that maybe they can get help for their warped family values.  I’m wondering where the father is in this picture.

  • Anonymous

    My oldest daughter decided that I was the worst mommy in the world when she was five years old.  She said she was leaving, gonna run away.  I didn’t say anything except “ok” when she did her drama queen routine and swore she was never coming back.

    I very calmly packed a HUGE suitcase with her clothes, some favorite books and some small toys she liked.  The suitcase was almost as big as her, and she dragged it through the house and out the front door.  I told her Daddy and I loved her and for her to call me when she got a place and was settled.  I told her to let me know when she got a job.  She nodded and put her head down like she had the weight of the world on her and began walking down the sidewalk.  I waved when she turned to glance at me one last time.

    She made it about halfway along the neighbor’s fenced yard before she turned back and ran as best she could with that big suitcase and came back to where I stood.  Once again very calmly, I said, “Wait.  What’s up? I thought you were leaving.”  She gave me an expression of a little sadness mixed with a lot of anger and said, “I’m not going.”  I said, “Well, why not?”

    In her best accusatory voice, she yelled, “I’m not going ’cause you WANT me to go.”  She went back into the house and we unpacked.  The whole thing was pretty much forgotten by the end of the day.  It was all I could do to keep a straight face while talking to her, but it was so worth it.  She NEVER even threatened to leave home again.  She’s now 30 years old lol.

    In this story, I don’t know.  I’m kinda sad for the mom b/c it has to hurt more than physically (like emotionally?) that your own flesh and blood hits you and verbally abuses you.  Then again, it’s my belief that, for the most part, unless there is something medically or psychologically wrong with the kids, there has to be something in the dynamics of that family that brought the situation to this and to a point, we create our own monsters.  My brother in law died back in November.  His son is like 23 and he was raised by his single father from the age of 2 or 3 after the divorce.  My BIL, being a lazy ass, allowed the kid to whine and manipulate him, giving him every thing he wanted just to shut him up.  When the kid got older, he was hell on two feet,  physically fighting his father who was sick with heart issues.  At the time of his death, things had gotten so bad, my BIL had his second restraining order on his son.  The last time he was at his dad’s, literally trashed the place and threatened his father.

    Sure, he says he regrets what he did to his dad, but he can’t go back and have a do-over.  Life doesn’t work that way.  He has some guilt to deal with, and in my feelings, it’s something he deserves.

  • Anonymous

    I am so sorry I wrote a BOOK here. 

  • Anonymous

    Hello PGM, I think the parents are divorced.All 3 of them need couseling. I don’t think they should be given up to the system.There are some horrible people out there and they work for the system.Frustrated or not this mom should not be drinking.I hope she gets the help she needs and not jail time.

  • Anonymous

    Where did he learn to put his hands on her? Sorry but i feel this is learned behavior and im sure the neighbor who may be her drinking buddy is not gonna be the most believable esp since mommy was intoxicated

  • Anonymous

    OMG! (((((((((Shannon))))))))))))))))) Iam so sorry for your loss.Teenagers tend to do dumb shit and there is no way to prevent that most of the time.Why would an officer kill another over spray paint.he sounds like a trigger happy cop.Thats just sad.

  • Anonymous

    “She made great money and bought my little brothers EVERYTHING they asked for.”

    Around here, we call that foreshadowing…

    I am so sorry for your loss. He was a handsome boy. I hope you and your family find some peace in this situation.  <3

  • Anonymous

    That a really good point. Maybe this is what it will take to make them realize this is not a game, it’s real life, and they’d better straighten the hell up. 

  • Anonymous

    It was worth the read.  :-)

  • PhantasmaGora

    Welcome to Costco…i love you…

  • wyrosjr

    You did the right thing, I believe the parent always has to be dominant. There is no parenting otherwise.

  • wyrosjr

    Not politically correct, but true. It actually helps to have dad around also.

  • wyrosjr

    Things have to change..

  • wyrosjr

    Yeah, I mean is legal trouble for mom going to help? Don’t they ever ask themselves, “is this the most beneficial action I can take? She is obviously still a better option than long term CPS help.

  • wyrosjr

    The only way we are allowed to speak truth now is through farce.

  • http://www.facebook.com/milesmommyisme Shannon Brown

    Thank you Lena. You asked a very valid question and unfortunately,  it’s one I simply cannot answer. You see,  even after our family won the civil suit against the Dept, the cop decided he simply did not want to meet with our family. So…. I never got a chance to ask that question.

  • http://www.facebook.com/milesmommyisme Shannon Brown

    Thank you Deety.

  • Sam

    Free hotel room and money to spare? How did you wangle that one, was the reason you missed the bus that you were too busy mugging somebody? ;)

  • Anonymous

    And cheaper for the state. Not that I care about saving the state money. Some do, I guess. Usually crackers.haha. white people…what are you gonna do?

  • Anonymous

    I’m sensing some single mom angst here. :)

  • Anonymous

    I would be that jack ass. As strange looking as I am (curled handlebar mustache and all) I would rather them get a ride with me than some child molesting, rapist fuck. I probably would have taken them all the way to their grandmothers than leave them at a payphone.

  • Anonymous

    I would be that jack ass. As strange looking as I am (curled handlebar mustache and all) I would rather them get a ride with me than some child molesting, rapist fuck. I probably would have taken them all the way to their grandmothers than leave them at a payphone.

  • Anonymous

    Nice.haha!. I don’t know what color you are but I’m with it. O think of it as the difference between black and white parenting. Actually its probably more like spoiled Rich parenting vs. lower middle class parenting. Generally you end up with a self entitled little shit or a kid with a great work ethic, which can often be more important than a good education. I can’t say this on every case of course (always variables)

  • Anonymous

    Wouldn’t have been the worst felony I committed at that age. we just never got caught. Pitfalls of having gifted kids without too much of a moral compass.
    City of new orleans train was late. Missed the one to galesburg. 55 dollar stipend from amtrak for meals.

  • Anonymous

    Woah, easy on the drinkers. I drink a liter of cheap vodka a day and I’m the best dad a woman could hope for. Calm and patient with children, always. Even with daily care of babies under 1yr.

  • Anonymous

    Woah, easy on the drinkers. I drink a liter of cheap vodka a day and I’m the best dad a woman could hope for. Calm and patient with children, always. Even with daily care of babies under 1yr.

  • Anonymous

    So, NO mom should be drinkning? Or just THIS mom?

  • Athena

    Clearly, the mom needs resources.  Unfortunately, it can be very hard to access those resources without intervention from the state.  And, no, very rarely do they ask themselves if what they’re doing is ideal.  Typically, the only internal question a prosecutor asks is, “Is this the maximum charge I can make stick?”

    In cases like this, I’m in favor of charges that disappear from record as soon as sentencing requirements are completed.  Hook her up with some education and some family therapy, then wipe the slate clean once she’s satisfied the requirements.  Unfortunately, very rarely is that kind of sentencing handed out.

  • Anonymous

    From what I got from the article, she was drinking, her bratty kids got mouthy and violent, and she kicked them out. The story dosen’t mention what she said before this happened. She could have said “Get the f@ck out, and don’t come back. It does say she packed their bags. They could have took that as “OK, let’s get the hell out of here” and hitched a ride to Grandma’s. She should ank her lucky stars that they were not picked up by some pervert and got their bodies dumped in some wooded area (this type of thing seems to happen a lot in Florida). Point is, if they were getting that bad, why did she not call the cops? Because she was DRUNK, and did not want to get HERSELF in trouble, but it backfired. Also, in New York, it is DARK by 6pm this time of year. I assume it is the same way in Florida. She needs help, and her kids need to be put with a more responsible caregiver.

  • tayantz

    I agree. The kids are probably just doing what they seen their daddy do to their mother. 

  • http://truecrimereport.com iLLusionS

    You gotta be fuggin’ kidding me. They charged her with felony child abuse for this??!! WTF?! Ridiculous.

  • Smileypants

    Man, that is horrible  :-(  I am so sorry for your loss, and his momma and little brothers loss too. That is just too f’n sad…..

  • Anonymous

    Yeah, but I’m not the single mother. I’m thinking of a few friends whose kids are terrors because daddy isn’t around enough and when he is, he is a shitty parent.

  • Athena

    That’s a tough situation, to be sure.  But it’s still not an excuse or justification.  My mother-in-law raised four kids (three boys) with the kind of dad you describe, and at no point did they resemble the boys described in this article.  Hell, in 12 years, my husband has never even used cuss words towards me (or his mother, for that matter).  It can be done.

    But, as it pertains to this case specifically, Dad was not mentioned, and it was Grandma that the boys sought out, leading me to believe that Dad is pretty MIA.  

  • Anonymous

    “You like money and chicks too? We should totally hangout”

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    He was a very handsome young man. I am very sorry for your loss.

  • Anonymous

    If she’s found guilty, she’ll be a felon. That sucks. I think she was just trying to startle them into behaving. The fact that the little turds had the nuts to hitchhike to grandma’s shows me they have absolutely no respect for their mother or fear of consequences for their bad behavior. The appropriate thing to do was apologize to their mother, go in the house, shut up and go to sleep. What can parents do anymore with rotten out of control kids?

  • Anonymous

    When I was 14 my friend Lisa and I went grocery shopping with my mom. She told us to stick by her or she would leave us (yeah,right). We completely ignored her and went fooling around the store. Seemed like a long time went by and we couldn’t find my mother anywhere. Called home on the pay phone and she answered. She didn’t come back for us until she had put all the groceries up and cleaned up the kitchen. Never disbelieved my mother again.

  • Anonymous

    Yeah, I’d do it too. I figure better me take them somewhere safe than let some other perv/freak/killer get ahold of them.

  • Anonymous

    There’s a whole lot of things that aren’t learned but genetic. Personality traits are often genetic, so perhaps there are some hotheads in the family. You can condition them to behave differently sometimes, but someone with a bad temper is not magically going to be turned into a placid person by even the best parenting. I have a bit of a hot temper myself. Got it from my dad. I learned to control it long ago, but when I had kids, sure enough, one of them’s got that same fly off the handle personality. Parenting plays a part, but you can’t really change who kids are as people. I don’t begrudge the woman a drink every now and again (Lord knows I enjoy a few on occasion). There’s a difference between taking the edge off when you’ve got older kids and getting plowed with toddlers or babies in the house.

  • Anonymous

    that’s not true..i was abused and come a family of sexual abusers and physical abusers and I am not one…sorry but it doesn’t happen and if you didn’t like the way you were treated then you decide on something else..it isn’t written in stone to become our parents or in our genetics unless there is a mental issue

  • CT

    I cannot tell you how many times I threatened to leave mine out somewhere when they are being asshats and they are only 4.  Guess I will be starring in DD as soon as they figure out how to tell on me. 

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    I think you both are right actually. I too was abused sexually and physically and while I hate abusers with a passion there were a few things that I’ve had too and still have to check myself about. 

    While it’s never crossed my mind to sexually abuse anyone (I’d shoot myself in the head if the thought ever even crossed my mind) the abuse itself did cause me to question a few things about myself, my sexuality and my personality. Those were struggles that I had to deal with well into my 20’s until I was able to truly accept and deal with what occurred in my life.

    As an abused child who comes from two extremely hot tempered/violent people I constantly have to check myself, especially when dealing with my children. There are times when walking off is necessary so that I don’t put my hands on my son. It is in me to be violent and I can’t stand it but that doesn’t mean that it’s not there. I just have to control it.

    Which is why when I do spank I only do it with a calm head and I have strict rules set for myself that I never stray from.

  • http://www.facebook.com/FXguy Bill Cassinelli

    Actually, they’re in Fort Pierce.; the front yard *is* the ghetto.

  • http://www.facebook.com/FXguy Bill Cassinelli

    I find it hilarious that my old chiropractor is now the sheriff there.

  • Anonymous

    I think spanking “with a calm head” is an oxymoron, my husband was very affected by these “i am under control and not angry spankings” how can a child learn respect and self confidence while being spanked in any way? Of course its just my opinion :0) i put myself in check everyday but its still a choice, i think we all have it in us to go off but how we decide to control ouselves is my point

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    That is your opinion which you are entitled to, though I do not agree. In my opinion there are times when discipline (spanking) is necessary. My husband and I both come from abusive households so we take disciplining our children very seriously and make sure that it is just that discipline. 

    We are very loving parents who believe that our children were personally given to us from God and we will do what in necessary to protect them and rear properly to be loving, respectful and honest members of society. 

  • Anonymous

    Look up http://www.projectnospank.com or just project no spank on facebook they have tons of links and studies to read if you choose to, spanking = humiliation this is not my opinion and seriously how can u hit someone with not a touch of anger, sounds impossible to me, i mean we teach our kids not to hit others then spank them? Lol bass ackwards in my opinion

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    Kimbev69 it wouldn’t let me reply directly to you.

    With all due respect, I have read many things about the pro/cons of spanking and my position has not change and probably will not change.

    “seriously how can u hit someone with not a touch of anger, sounds impossible to me,”

    Just because something seems impossible to you does not make it fact. My head is always clear, I discuss the reason behind the spanking and ask him why he has done what is is that he has done. If the answer is one that made sense to him at the time, though it may not to me (a 5 y/o mind is much different then mine) then he doesn’t get a spanking. However, if we had discussed, taken away toys, done time-outs, etc and he still continues to do those things then a spanking will occur.

    After the spanking (which is quite rare) we do a breathing exercise to calm him down (this happens rather quickly). We talk about what things he thinks are necessary to change his behavior and we come up with a game plan for it to not happen again. By the time I leave the room we are both hugging and laughing and he’s jumping around playing with is sister.

    The last spanking was the second one that he got for his behavior in school. At that point I noticed that it may be something that sheer discipline might not change and took a look at all of the circumstances. We have since had a major change in his diet and vitamins that he is taking, as well as making sure that he gets adequate one of one time with us away from his baby sister, and his behavior has improved.

    My children are LOVED, we love them more then we love ourselves. Our babies were planned and before they were planned there was a lot of discussion done about the way things would be handled.

    While my parenting style may not be yours that doesn’t make it wrong. 

  • LeaveMeBe

    Blue. I’m a smurf.

  • Anonymous

    “This time, though, it occurred to me that maybe… just maybe she might have been drinking b/c she’s had to deal with two out of control kids for quite a while.”  I think if my kids were hitting me and cussing me out and everybody knew about it,  I’d be hittin’ the bottle on a daily basis.

  • Anonymous

    Thank you Angel’s Mom.

  • Anonymous

    Look, I don’t think sexual abuse is a “personality trait.” That’s a learned behavior. Getting annoyed easily and liking to yell is a personality trait.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1097550083 Sigourney Vanaerde

    I feel bad for this woman…those kids sound like total assholes.

  • Anonymous

    I feel really bad for this Mother. I know what it’s like to have your child act out and you feel like there is nothing you can do! If you reprimand your child you get accused of child abuse so you really have to watch what you say and do with your children these days. Things were so much better when we were growin up. We had never heard of CPS and didn’t know anything about calling them, so we couldn’t ever threatin to do that. That was okay though. We might have been scared of our parents but, that was just because we didn’t want to get in trouble. I think that is one of the problems with our youth today. They have no fear and because of that they think they can do what ever they want. You threaten them but, then they realize that s all it is, threats! Then they know they can do what ever they want! It’s bad, very bad. Some us feel helpless. These kids need to have the fear of God and there parents! We are really just damned if we do damned if we don’t when it come to raising our children in this day and age. I’m glad the children are okay. That did scare me about this story. Most children would have went to a neighbor next door or something? I think there might have been a little more to this story then people are letting on.   

  • Anonymous

    I’m really sorry for your lose. It’s crazy that I just read your story because I’m goin through the same thing right now with my 15 year old. It’s not that he don’t like his step dad because he does. My son has ADHD & ODD and he has some anger issues. Long story short…I just recently sent him to live with his oldest brother, who just happens to live with my parents. I just couldn’t take the abuse any longer. He never put his hands on me, it was always verbal but, after a while it can really get to you. It wasn’t just that though. Oh no! He was getting suspended every time he was in school. He started stealing (from me and stores), drinking, doin drugs, putting holes in walls and I think the last straw was after a big fight at the house he left and went to a friends house. When he came home he had a black eye. He lied about how he got it and when I finally found out what happened it was that he tried to steal weed from his friend whom he had just stayed the weekend with. Where I’m from that will get you killed! I just felt like at 15 the only thing I could do to get my child to listen is to end up psychically fighting with him and I didn’t want to do that. My two other children were starting to resent my son for the way he was acting and how he was treating me. I couldn’t stand the though of my son (any of them) and my husband getting into a fist fight. So I didn’t know what else to do. As parents we want what is best for our children and we make decisions based on that. So now my son is stayin with his brother and grandparents. No I don’t like it but, I’d rather he be there then locked up in juvie or dead. There is a little more to the story but, it’s to much to write. My thing is if I could have disciplined my son the way I was disciplined he probably wouldn’t be as bad as he is today. Don’t be to hard on your Stepmom. I’m sure she was doin what she thought was the best for her family at the time and I’m sure the lose of your brother was punishment enough for sending him to live with you.
    As for my son, I just hope he realizes this is his last chance to do right and what he is suppose to do or he is gonna end up in jail.
    I think this Mother just did what she thought was best for her boys. I don’t blame her at all for what happened. Like I said though, I think there was more to it. At least the boys are okay and with there Grandma.
    Good luck to you and your family and God bless your family. 

  • Anonymous

    she wants them back because she needs them for her welfare money in order to afford her beer.

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for the condolence and for sharing your personal story, Shorty. I really hope you son is able to get it together before it’s too late. 

  • Anonymous

    Thank you Smiley Pants.

  • Anonymous

    @sweatpoo Thank you. As of right now he has started seein a different doctor and they have changed his medicine and my Mom says he is like a totally different kid! He is goin to school every day and he even gets himself up for school (which when he was home was always a fight). He calls me and tells me how much he loves and misses me. On the phone he sounds like my sweet loveable son again. I hope so! I hope he has change for the better, I really do worry about him. What I do know is that God answers prayers and I have left my son in his hands. But, it sounds like he is startin over and as for now I think he is on the right path!

  • http://twitter.com/leaftheweed Leaf Evans

    Kids don’t get that way without help. She’s the reason the kids are like that. Chances are the drinking came before the kids did. Maybe they act out because she’s too busy being drunk to be a mom.

    Children are reflections of the environment they’re raised in. If they’re cursing and yelling and hitting, it’s because they’ve been raised in an environment where cursing and yelling and hitting have been happening.

    Also, a woman who thinks it’s acceptable punishment to throw her kids out with a packed bag is someone who’s made a lot of other parenting mistakes before that one.

  • http://twitter.com/leaftheweed Leaf Evans

    She got drunk and threw her kids out because she couldn’t deal with them. That’s not a good parent overwhelmed. That’s a drunk person throwing kids out. It’s not a lapse in good parenting to do that. That speaks more of a lifestyle than a one-time “oops, my bad”.

    She’s the one who raised her kids. If they’re pains to deal with she should look at what she’s done (or not done) that allowed them to get this far believing that cursing and hitting are acceptable. Now, thanks to her latest example, her kids will grow up thinking it’s okay to throw your own kids away if you don’t want to deal with them.

  • http://twitter.com/leaftheweed Leaf Evans

     There’s a big difference between a child acting out and one that routinely hits and verbally abuses their parent. Growing up in a trailer park myself, I’ve known plenty of families like this one and it’s never a case of a good parent making a lone mistake. More likely this woman routinely gets drunk and/or leaves her kids on their own to care for themselves. The older boy is probably more a parent to the younger one than mom is.

  • http://twitter.com/leaftheweed Leaf Evans

     Chances are she taught them to be this way. Someone did. And if she didn’t, then she wasn’t paying enough attention to who’s been raising her kids.

  • http://twitter.com/leaftheweed Leaf Evans

     ” if she has to work a full-time job”

    Interesting if. How about this one? What if she’s living in a trailer park because welfare won’t pay for anything more? What if she’s selling food stamps to buy the booze she’s drinking to forget she has kids? What if her kids got to this point because they hate the fact that their drunk, jobless mother is forcing them to live in a crappy trailer park?

    Take all of my “ifs” and put ‘em together and you have the lady who lived in the 3rd trailer down from mine when I was a kid. Only she had girls instead of boys and those girls ended up pregnant with their own foul-mouthed hellions by the time they were both 17.

  • Anonymous

    I agree that most of the time shitty parents raise shitty kids. But there are always exceptions (great children sometimes are the result of shitty upbringings, and vice versa). My aunt and uncle were both loving, caring parents that were stable and treated both of their boys with respect. They provided well for their family, but the boys were not spoiled. My older cousin went batshit crazy when he turned about 15, started doing drugs, got his girlfriend pregnant (he was 15 she was 19), and started fist-fights with my uncle. They ended up having to put him in a home for out of control teens for about 6 months (at $180 per day, that they paid for out of pocket). He still struggles in life, never having a stable job or relationship. My younger cousin, who grew up in the same house with the same circumstances was always an honor student, and just graduated with his degree in animal science (DVM). In some cases, it is nature versus nurture. I don’t doubt that their dad not being in the picture contributed to some of this. But they really could just be little shits, that learned very early on that without two parents to control two teenagers they had mom just where they wanted her.

  • Anonymous

    Ok, so she obviously made some mistakes in her life to get to this point.  Quit being judge and jury here and give some real advise smarty pants…what the hell does she do NOW? Just keep beating herself up over past mistakes and let the little brats keep walking all over her? Come on man, get constructive or shut the hell up.

  • DorianJ

    your comment was beter than the artical. very worth the read!

  • alvaradobarnett

    If what the witnesses are saying are true .. these children should get what they deserve .. find out what having a bad mother is really like, one that abuses you .. they should be taken from their home and not put with their poor grandmother .. they should go straight to a foster home/boys home, or school .. spend some time with children that really had no childhood and then decide if they will come home and treat someone who truly loves them the same ..