Skip to comments.Titusville mother abused twin children over wrong homework, police say
Posted on 01/15/2014 2:40:17 PM PST by Morgana
TITUSVILLE, Fla. -
A Titusville woman was arrested on aggravated child abuse charges for allegedly abusing her fraternal twin children, arrest documents show.
Police say Victoria Williams, 26, hit her 7-year-old boy and girl in the head with a belt and slammed their heads onto a table because they didn't get a homework problem correct.
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It’s not their fault, they were probably taught the socialist answer WAS correct!
Wow. Just wow. I guess there is no future for her being a paid tutor.
If Obummer had a daughter. . . But I’m shocked! This sort of “parenting” is usually when a child doesn’t toilet train adequately past the age of 2 years old, not for homework!
These are the kind of idiots who give humans a bad name
My question is: How would a moron like that even know what the correct answer would be to any problem?
Well, at least she wasn’t beating them over the head for not getting enough drug sales.
A 19 year old giving birth to twins. Unmarried girls having babies is not a recipe for success.
Wait about 5 years.
Sounds like someone read “Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother” one time too many.
Gee, why am I soooooo surprised?
Heh, just what I was thinking!
Sterilize her so she can’t breed again.
It would be my guess that the charge is overblown... and she indeed didn’t abuse them.
Seems to me that a mother who actually cares about her kid’s homework is not the type to abuse the same kids.
The father reported it and the kids admitted it to the police. You can say that a mother who cares about her kid’s homework isn’t the type to abuse them but that is wrong. People who physically abuse their kids can do it for all sorts of reasonings. I’ve seen it when I was a kid. A little girl showed up for school all black and blue. Her Mother had beaten her with a hanger... reddish purple lines all over her legs, arms, back. Why? Because of report card day. She got a C in math. I guess these two moms had something in common: both really cared about their kid’s education. /s
Well, I’m all for more parental involvement in their children’s education, but this wasn’t what I had in mind.
I didn’t realize that there were still wrong answers in todays public schools.
“People who physically abuse their kids can do it for all sorts of reasonings.”
Let me just say that I used to abuse my kids, by today’s standards... They got a spanking when they misbehaved.
They were abused in school to. The nuns used to whack them with a ruler.
Fortunately they both turned out OK in spite of it. One’s the CEO of a smallish company, and the other is a corporate vice president for a large company.
Also, don’t you think that if she hit her 7-year-old boy and girl in the head with a belt and slammed their heads onto a table. It would have left a mark that the school would have reported?
Physical punishment vs physical abuse are two different things, babygene. I have the feeling that you never slammed one of your kid’s heads into a table for getting a homework problem wrong. I also have the feeling you never beat them black and blue over a C in math. A smack on the tush is far different than losing control and taking out frustrations on a little kid.
It seems that the ‘reason’ given for the abuse determines its newsworthiness. Hitting a child for writing on the wall wouldn’t make a good headline. So child abuse without a ‘twist’ isn’t worth reporting, on its own.
She kept them out of school the next day.
Note: she kept them out of school on Friday.
That monster mother needs her head smashed into a concrete floor. But thank God the kids have a father that was responsible enough to report it to the police.
I was thinking the same thing. Wouldn’t it be something if the cops would have looked at the homework and told the mother “You’re the one who got the question wrong. Now I’m gonna’ kick your ass!” Then again, it would have to be an above average cop.
This is like the football recruit whose coach wanted to test his intelligence. In front of the team he asked “What is two plus two?”
The recruit answered “Four.”
All the other players yelled “Give him another chance, coach!”