Eff A Thug And His Epitome Of A Bad Mother Girlfriend… This Couple Ain’t Shyte!!!

- By Bossip Staff

These two should be on an express train to hell after what happened to her son. Meet Sean Stalwart and Patricia Cage… She’s the epitome of a bad mom and he’s the scumbug who decided to “toughen” the boy up for interrupting a video game!!!

A four-year-old boy was beaten to death by his mother’s boyfriend because he got in his way when he was playing a video game.

Sean Stalwart, 34, from Illinois, was charged with first-degree murder for the death of Jeremiah Bradford last September.

Stalwart told his cellmate that he beat the boy so severely he died from internal bleeding because he wanted to ‘toughen him up’, after he got in his way while he was playing computer.

The boy’s mother Patricia Cage, has also been charged with with first-degree murder for covering up the beating and failing to get the child medical attention. Her trial is pending.

Prosecutors claim that instead, the couple drove to McDonalds for dinner and then took the boy back home again. Jeremiah continued to vomit through the night.

It was only the next morning that they took the four-year-old to the hospital but he died on the way due to internal bleeding.

Authorities say Jeremiah could have survived if he’d been admitted to the hospital right away, according to the Riverfront Times.

Prosecutors said that through the night, Jeremiah lost about half the blood in his body.

Stalwart initially told investigators that Jeremiah hurt himself by jumping off the couch. But an autopsy revealed that the blows were so severe they caused damage to some of the tissue in the child’s digestive system.

Five sets of the boy’s soiled clothing were also recovered from his home.

Stalwart this week pleaded guilty to first degree murder and it is thought he may face 48 years in prison, which he must serve.

Cage and Stalwart’s baby – which they had together since Jeremiah died – is now in the custody of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services.

Jermiah’s grandfather said that his grandson was due to go to soccer practice that day, according to the Riverfront Times.

Mr Bradford said: ‘I was looking forward to that Saturday to watch him play soccer. I thought I was going to watch him play soccer, but instead, they called me and told me to go to the hospital. That hit me hard.’

Man, five sets of soiled clothes? This is breaking our hearts.

There’s got to be a special place in hell for a man who beats a child so hard that he tears his guts up like that.

R.I.P. Jeremiah


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  • team nymphis

    these two need to be executed on pay-per-view
    Soak them wit water then stick nails in they chest then hook them up to a fuse box and turn the lights on for 20 seconds at a time.

  • team nymphis

    and why the fck are you tryin to toughen up a 4 yr old?

  • Koffybrown

    Sad so sad. R.I.P little angel.

  • http://BOssip Shunni hunni

    Wow….. First of all some of these women meet these men and fall head over heels for them and neglect their responsibility as mothers….. How could you even let a man whose not the father or husband whoop your child? Thats not his place and to be blunt about the situation it was not his house and prolly not his game he was playing… 48 YRS for hurting a child? No way he should have gotten death or life… and for the mother shes more to blame than the man because she chose him…. Sad case of bad parenting…… May the baby R.I.P……..

  • Violetcin

    Now, let’s do some toughening up on you brainless. We’ll get a heavyweight boxer to do a dance with jabs at you. You can take it tough guy. We’ll hang you from the ceiling so he won’t miss. How’s that!

  • Old_soul

    I was saddened by reading this. This is why I don’t believe in disciplining children thru physical punishment, people get carried away with it. R.I.P jeremiah

  • Drea1733

    It breaks my heart… Will never understand why mother’s dont feel the need to protect thier kids smh.

  • chevychick

    OH. MY. GOD!

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