This makes us sick!
On Tuesday, a mother in McKeesport, Pennsylvania was arrested after murdering her one-year-old son — and sending proof to the father!
On Tuesday afternoon, Christian Clark (above) got in a fight with the father of her children, Andre Price Jr., and about 2:30 p.m. Andre left for work.
Allegheny County Police say about six hours later Christian “accused Price of cheating on her with another woman” and things only got worse from there as the texts “turn to animus and threats against the children”!
At 9 p.m., the crazed mother sent a text to Andre saying:
“Ima kill them watch.”
The texting only got worse at the 21-year-old mom sent another message within the half house saying:
“So you better pray for your kids.”
After the father responded saying he wasn’t coming home, Clark replied with, “Im killing them” and then followed it up with a laughing while crying emoji. F*CKING SRSLY?!
Somehow the situation snowballed EVEN MORE as Mr. Price received a picture message showing his little girl, Alice Price, face down on a bed with her face covered by a pillow. Next to the girl was the couple’s 17-month-old son, Andre Price III, also face down. The text that was sent with the pics simply said, “I don’t love them.”
Police say Clark then sent a video in which she grabbed the daughter, who started to cry and then tried to lift the boy’s arm up — but he was already unresponsive.
Following an exchange between the parents shortly after, Clark said she was calling the police to report what had happened, and even oddly apologized for her actions saying:
“Sorry I did this…i didn’t mean to.”
Somehow though all of this, Andre NEVER CALLED THE COPS! WHAT?!
Once authorities arrived on the scene, they took the boy to UPMC McKeesport where he was pronounced dead shortly after arriving. The toddler’s sister was lucky enough to recover and was said to be doing well with family on Wednesday.
Currently, Clark is being held at the Allegheny County Jail on charges of criminal homicide and attempted homicide without the possibility of posting bail. She will have her preliminary hearing on November 16.
Our thoughts are with the entire family affected by this woman’s heinous acts.
[Image via Allegheny County Police Department.]