Woman Accused of Forcing Boyfriend’s Daughter to Eat Feces After Bathroom Accident


There’s no doubting the fact that kids today are coddled and babied, and that discipline seems to have gone the way of independence in childhood. But one Arizona woman took the idea of discipline way too far, when she punished her boyfriend’s daughter by forcing her to eat her own feces.

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An Arizona woman was charged with felony child abuse after police say she forced her boyfriend’s 3-year-old daughter to eat her own feces as a disciplinary measure.

… Court records show Candelaria became upset Friday when the 3-year-old child in her care defecated in the bathtub and the 27-year-old woman allegedly forced her to eat the excrement as punishment for the mishap.

The victim also accused her caretaker of forcibly holding her down on the toilet seat and putting soap in her mouth.

The alleged incident took place while the three sisters were staying with their father in Tempe for a week, ABC15 reported. When the girls returned home Friday night, the 3-year-old complained to her mother about Candelaria.

Like all good child abusers, Candelaria’s defense is that — what else? — the child is lying, even though her sister corroborated the story and doctors at the hospital found bruising all over her body, indicative of being forcibly held down, as well as injuries to her vagina. It’s also worth mentioning that abuse like this is twice as likely to happen when children live with someone who isn’t their biological parent.

Also see: A Real Man’s Responsibilities


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