These epitome of a bad mothers ain’t isht!
A deadbeat Virginia mom, whose 4-year-old son found and snorted her stash of yayo, has been locked up for 12 months.
Carrie Ann Billups, 26, pleaded guilty to child abuse after the toddler got high from $10 worth of the drug he discovered hidden under her bedroom lamp in Nov. 2012.
Billups told cops she woke up one morning at her Chesapeake home to see her kid sniffing the white powder.
Taking the drug away, she held off on taking him to hospital as she didn’t want to get into trouble.
But hours later he started vomiting.
She took him to Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters where a urine test confirmed he’d ingested the drug.
He was treated and released the following day, reports The Virginian-Pilot.
Chesapeake Circuit Judge Marjorie Arrington sentenced Billups on Monday to five years in prison, but suspended four years of the term.
“I don’t think a 4-year-old would know how to snort blow unless he’s seen it done somewhere,” Arrington told the defendant.
“The court is concerned about what’s going to happen to this child when you are released if you continue to use yayo.”
This is terrible. The kid is lucky to be alive. We pray he has some responsible relative or grandparent somewhere who will love him and raise him better than this junkie broad.
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