I don’t know why y’all keep messing with the children…DAMN.
A man in Alabama is accused of pouring boiling water down his 1-year-old child’s throat while out on bond concerning a domestic violence charge. SMH!
His name is Eugene Lamont Sneed, 23. He was out on bond for a 2020 domestic violence charge when he allegedly poured hot boiling water down his daughter’s throat on Sunday, according to Fox 17. Sneed received the domestic violence charge after police said he shot a gun at his ex-girlfriend, the mother of his 1-year-old daughter.
The mother of 1-year-old Royalty, Niktoria Lett, said her daughter was alone with Sneed on Sunday. When she returned to the apartment, she saw her daughter Royalty’s face “all messed up,” according to FOX 10.
“I get in the apartment and my whole, my baby face is just messed up, Lett said. “Her whole head, her left shoulder is just like ooh!”
Lett told reporters that she could barely recognize her daughter.
“I couldn’t even stand to look at her. I couldn’t even keep calm. I couldn’t even maintain my body for real, for real. So we rushed her to the hospital, and from there, her injuries just started worsening,” Lett said. “Her lungs critical, everything critical. That’s how they know it was done purposely,” Lett said. “They said it was an intentional thing that he did. Justice for Royalty! That’s all we want, that’s all we want.”
Lett said her daughter Royalty is currently in ICU fighting for her life.
LOOK AT BABY ROYALTY IN THE HOSPITAL BELOW:
“19% of her head is burnt up, like all this is gone,” Lett said. “And my baby just in the hospital fighting for her life.”
Prosecutors say Sneed poured the boiling water down Royalty’s throat, causing internal injuries and facial burns.
The Mobile County District Attorney’s Office motioned to revoke Sneed’s bond late Thursday afternoon of last week, as a trial for the domestic violence charge was scheduled later this month.
Jail records show that Sneed was booked on Friday and charged with aggravated child abuse.
A judge denied bond for Sneed, and his arraignment is on Oct. 17.