A Florida woman was arrested last week after her daughter's school found "hundreds of insects" in her backpack, causing the Florida Department of Children and Families to visit her home, the Pensacola News Journal reported ,
Milton's 33-year-old Jessica Stevenson was arrested for neglecting children five times without causing much physical injury.
The DCF carried out a health check at her home after the Baghdad Elementary School made a report on three siblings who attended elementary school, according to a sworn statement.
The clerk noted that her second-grade daughter had been wearing the same clothes for a week. When asked when her last bath was, the student said she did not know, the authorities said.
Once, "hundreds of beetles crawled out of the student's" backpack "in the canteen," the report said.
A teacher said the school had given the girl repeated clean clothes, but any new outfit would be. It was worn uninterruptedly until it was worn and the school was providing a different outfit.
The teacher also noted that the girl often cried, "collapsed" and felt depressed, according to the report.
The girl has four other siblings aged 5 to 1
When MPs visited Stevenson's house, they discovered an infestation of cockroaches, broken windows and garbage bags throughout the house and yard.
"The cockroaches were found on almost all household surfaces", including "on the children's mattress, in the pots and pans in the kitchen and in the cupboards / in the refrigerator," the report says Abinets were empty of Food and the fridge had two boxes of spoiled milk, rotten eggs, sugar and a piece of butter.
Stevenson's bedroom, however, was "unusually clean" with minimal cockroaches and a stowed bag of snacks, as the report states.
Stevenson was charged with five unauthorized acts for neglecting children without serious injury and was sent to Santa Rosa County prison on Friday, released on Saturday for a loan of over $ 2,500.
In an interview with Pensacola's subsidiary WEAR ABC denied the mother's report claiming she was "unfairly treated" n.
"I'm not a bad mother, I do. I work hard," Stevenson said Tuesday to WEAR, a partner of Pensacola ABC. "They only made it harder for me."
Stevenson announced that she received a non-contact assignment for her children who were temporarily deprived of her care.
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