The mother who allegedly poisoned her daughter with cancer drugs pleaded guilty for her endangering her child's life. In April, detectives charged the Queensland woman for giving her four-year-old chemotherapy medication for 10 months.
The 22-year-old mother also reportedly set up a web site claiming that her daughter needs a transplant. She called out for donations in the web site, sources say.
Prosecutors told the court that the four-year-old does not have cancer but fell ill from the drugs administered to her by her mother. The girl was hospitalised and in critical condition according to authorities.
The woman pleaded guilty to charges of grievous bodily harm October 10 and remains in custody.
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3 Cases of Bad Motherhood
1. Amanda Hutton Keeps Death of Son Secret
British woman Amanda Hutton was convicted for the manslaughter of her son Hamzah Khan who reportedly died in December 2009. Khan's death was due to malnutrition but the body was left in the home unattended.
Hutton also admitted to neglecting her other children.
Amanda Kimbrough caused the death of her child Timmy Jr. due to Kimbrough's meth addiction.
The Alabama woman said in an interview with the New York Times in 2012, "I don't even know why I done it. I guess the Devil knocked on my shoulder that day."
3. Angelica Belen Accidentally Kills Children After Locking Them Up
Angelica Belen accidentally killed her children in a fire when she left them locked up in her home. A victim of abuse when she was a child, Belen reportedly found solace in locked bedrooms and bathrooms.
According to court records, Belen's sitter was not available that day so the young mother locked her children in one of the bedrooms in her home. Belen then went straight to work but while she was gone, a faulty wiring in her kitchen caused a fire killing her three children.
The Wisconsin mom apologised to her dead children saying, "I'm sorry that you'll never grow up. I am sorry that I will never see you grow up, graduate high school and have children of your own."