An irresponsible mother has injected feces into her ill son suffering from stage IV cancer. The 41-year-old woman shocked the world with her strange and dangerous deed which affected her child’s state of health. She is waiting in Springfield until the trial will start in Indiana. Tiffany Alberts has paid an $80,000 bail to get out of prison. The woman was arrested being accused by prosecutors in Marion County, Indiana, that she had injected human waste into her 15-year-old ill son.
She did this shocking fact several times while her son was receiving cancer treatment. After these terrible circumstances, Tiffany’s son has developed severe blood infections which could cost him his life. These infections had caused a delay in the effects of the cancer treatment. Alberts was charged to face one count of neglect producing severe bodily injuries and six counts of aggravated battery.
On November 17, an investigation regarding child abuse was initiated at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. The medical personnel argued that the boy is currently receiving leukemia treatment and they are also trying to abolish several infections which occurred due to his mother’s injections.
Some court documents attested the wrong deed of Alberts proving through a video surveillance that she had injected a strange substance into her ill son multiple times. Doctors have helped investigators informing them that the teenager had received his first chemotherapy round back in September. After that, he was discharged by his mother and went home.
After several days, the boy was hospitalized again presenting high fever, diarrhea, and vomiting. After running several tests, specialists have discovered that the blood of the kid contained microbes only present in feces. Court documents showed that Alberts had stated that she only injected water into her ill son to ease his pain. The boy said to his mother that the medicine he received burned, so she wanted to help him.
Later statements of the woman proved that she admitted she had injected feces into her son starting on November 13. She claimed she just wanted to get him moved to a different unit of the hospital where she knew he would get better treatment. Court records demonstrated that woman is scheduled for a pretrial hearing set on January 17, 2017. Until then, she resided in Springfield. The judge prohibited her to contact her son issuing a no-contact order.
Image courtesy of: flickr