Mom Arrested After Taping Her Toddler To The Wall
If you thought the mom who posted a video of her toddler pole dancing was an example of bad parenting, get ready to become even angrier.
Another mom, 18-year-old Shayla Rudolph, live-streamed a video on Facebook Live that showed her 2-year-old son taped to the wall by his wrists.
Throughout the video, you can hear the toddler's cries, which are muffled by the tape placed over his mouth. Honestly, it's really disturbing to watch this video.
Apparently, Shayla was doing some housework and claimed that taping up her son was to prevent him from "tearing up" while she was cleaning. She said,
You can't clean without them running around tearing up? Tape them to the wall.
SMDH. How about you don't tape your child to anything? Or -- I don't know -- how about you put them in a crib? Honestly, how does someone's mind immediately go to, "hmm, I better restrain my child using duct tape?"
Shayla has since been charged with abduction, and her son is now in the custody of Franklin County Children's Services, according to police.
Personally, I'm just glad her kid is out of harm's way.
At one point in the horrifying video, Shayla insists the toddler is perfectly fine because he could still watch TV.
Of course, the place he could still watch TV from was the location where he was stuck against the wall for 15 minutes. She even said to her son,
You got the best mommy in the whole wide world.
Yeah, I don't think so. Something tells me Shayla won't be winning that title anytime soon.
After Children's services confronted her about this video, Shayla then released another Facebook Live video saying,
This time y'all can take him.
I've got to say. What the holy fuck is wrong with people?
How sadistic do you have to be to do that to your kid AND post about it on Facebook like it's a fucking joke?
Speaking of horrible moms, we reported earlier how one mom in Quakertown, Pennsylvania allegedly let her boyfriend rape and murder her own 14-year-old daughter while she watched.
It's official: People are still horrible in 2017.