A same-sex female couple from Muskogee, Oklahoma who were arrested last year after viciously and systematically beating and torturing a five-year-old over a prolonged period of time had their day in court and it didn’t end up well for either of them.
The young boy’s mother, 29-year-old Rachel Stevens and her 26-year-old lesbian sack-buddy who referred to herself as the “stepmother” deprived the child of nutrition, kicked him in the nuts to the point of it inducing bleeding, hit him with a belt and smacked him in the hand with a hammer according to reports.
The child suffered multiple injuries, two strokes, and untold psychological damage.
It is a gruesome reminder that it’s not always a healthy situation when a child has two moms, both of whom may have mental health issues of their own that led them into each other’s arms.
This is a terrible case of child abuse and the authorities appropriately threw the book at these two crazy carpet-munching bitches.
— Chris Donaldson (@MagaNewsReport) September 21, 2017
The Daily Mail reports “Lesbian couple who beat their 5-year-old son with a hammer, duct-taped his eyes shut and kicked him in the groin in a brutal attack that caused him to suffer two strokes are jailed for 20 years”:
A lesbian couple from Oklahoma have been jailed for 20 years after they tortured one of the women’s five-year-old son’s, beating him with a hammer and kicked him in the groin in a brutal attack which causes him to suffer two strokes.
Rachel Stevens, 29, and her partner Kayla Jones, 26, pleaded no contest on Friday to child abuse and child neglect charges. They were jailed for 20 years on Wednesday as part of a plea deal.
The case first came to light in early December, 2015, when Stevens’ then five-year-old son was flown to St John Medical Center in Tulsa suffering from seizures and lesions on his face.
Doctors at the hospital contacted police after determining that the child had several broken bones in various stages of healing and appeared malnourished.
While the boy was receiving medical treatment, he suffered two strokes ‘due to his trauma,’ according to an affidavit cited by Tulsa World.
Tulsa World provided the following details in a story reporting the arrests:
Two Muskogee women accused of beating a 5-year-old so severely that he suffered two strokes while in a hospital were arrested Tuesday on charges of child abuse and neglect.
Rachel Jean Stevens, 28, and Kayla Ann Jones, 25, each were charged Tuesday with felony child abuse by injury and child neglect, court records indicate. Both are being held in the Muskogee Jail.
Police were called to St. John Medical Center in Tulsa on Dec. 8 after the boy was transferred there from a Muskogee clinic because of lesions on his face and seizures he was having, according to information from an affidavit and a Muskogee Police Department news release.
The boy was then airlifted to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City, where it was discovered that he had multiple broken bones at different stages of healing, and was malnourished, the affidavit states.
While the boy was being treated at OU Medical Center, he suffered two strokes due to trauma, the affidavit states.
After conducting forensic interviews, investigators determined that the boy had been locked in a room and bound with duct tape over his eyes. The boy told investigators that his mother, Stevens, and Stevens’ girlfriend, Jones, had beaten him with a belt, the affidavit states.
Police allege in the affidavit that Stevens hit the boy’s hand with a hammer and that Jones “kicked him so hard in the groin that it made him bleed.”
Stevens told police that the boy had suffered two prior seizures and that she had not taken him to a hospital right away, according to the affidavit.
The two lost their freedom and probably each other but on the positive side, 20 years in a women’s prison for a couple of lesbians could be like kids in a candy store and the victim is rid of these psychopaths and hopefully with decent guardians who can provide him with a loving and decent environment. He has suffered enough.
This is an isolated incident and by no means a reflection on all of the same-sex parents who have adopted children and aren’t violently inclined and deranged.