Texas Family Beats Incestually Pregnant Teen To Force Miscarriage, Burns Fetus On BBQ Grill

- By Bossip Staff

Texas Family Brutally Beats 8-Month Pregnant Teen To Induce Miscarriage, Burns Fetus

Jesus, take the wheel

Via NYDailyNews

Four Texas family members have been charged in a brutal six-hour beating meant to terminate a 14-year-old’s unwanted pregnancy.

The teenager was repeatedly struck in the stomach, which resulted in her delivering a stillborn child in the bathroom of her family’s suburban Dallas home, WFAA reported.

The fetus was then thrown in a charcoal grill and burned before its remains were tossed in a green plastic bag and disposed of, according to the arrest affidavit.

Sharon Jones, 45, Lonnell McDonald, 27, Cedric Jones, 27, and Cecila McDonald, 25, were each arrested Tuesday in connection with the assault and booked into Dallas County jail. Bond has been set at $150,000.

The victim, who told police about the attack last month, said she was sexually assaulted by a family member in August 2012,

The details of this beating are some of the most disturbing that we’ve ever heard…

She was eight-months pregnant when Sharon Jones gave her birth control, Plan B pills and cinnamon tablets to abort the child, according to police.

When that failed, authorities allege the family resorted to physical assault to kill the fetus.

Police said the foursome attacked the pregnant girl in the living room of Sharon Jones’ Pleasant Grove, Tex. house, pinning the teen’s “arms down to the floor” as Cecila and Lonnell McDonald took turns bouncing up and down on her stomach, WFAA reported.

When Cedric Jones walked in on the assault, Lonnell McDonald allegedly told him “he had already been kicking the “s— out of the b—-.”

The victim eventually endured severe cramps and threw up before suffering a bathroom miscarriage, which took place in March 2013.

Texas is DEFINITELY gonna give these folks the death penalty. We hope…

Image via Dallas County Jail

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