Horrific pictures show a Tennessee toddler’s feet covered in burns and blisters after they were dipped into boiling water by a relative.
The abhorrent incident occurred on August 11 when two-year-old Kaylee Robinson was being babysat by her step-grandmom, Jennifer Vaughn, at her home in Chattanooga.
The article goes on to state the following:
The toddler’s mom, Brittany Smith, told ABC 2 that Vaughn admitted to using the scalding water on the tot because she was ‘having a bad day’.
Vaughn has now been charged with aggravated child abuse and is being held on a $150,000 bond.
CLICK HERE to see more detailed, horrifying photos of the child’s burned feet. The report states that Kaylee has had two operations so far, but the skin grafts are not working, and she may end up losing her feet.
The toddler’s mom, Brittany Smith, told ABC 2 that Vaughn admitted to using the scalding water on the tot because she was ‘having a bad day’. https://t.co/aGBpR2GgzS
— PatriciaT (@patpathos) August 22, 2019
Pictures of 2-year-old Kaylee after surgery. Kaylee’s mom sent me these photos. She told me the damage to the child’s skin was so bad that the skin grafts may not take. pic.twitter.com/XIN2JTzfUH
— Abby Kirk (@AbbyKirkNews) August 20, 2019
NEW: Officials in Rhea County say a woman has been arrested after being accused of badly burning a 2-year-old girl as a punishment. https://t.co/S8PurhaBEy
— WTVC NewsChannel 9 (@newschannelnine) August 20, 2019
CHILD SEVERELY BURNED: 2yo Kaylee is recovering after Rhea Co. officials say a family member used scalding water to punish her. Now, Kaylee’s mom is asking for justice, and the community’s help for her little girl – see @AbbyKirkNews‘s FULL REPORT: https://t.co/S8PurhaBEy pic.twitter.com/9aEdVGRMJ9
— WTVC NewsChannel 9 (@newschannelnine) August 21, 2019
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