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Mother Of Thug Baby In Viral Video Says Shes A Good Parent But Violent Family History Shows Different!(Video)

Mother Of Thug Baby In Viral Video Says Shes A Good Parent But Violent Family History Shows Different!(Video)

by January 10, 2014 1 comment

New details surface in case of toddler cursing video

Court records show troubled family history

What is more depressing than a baby that is on line cussing because the parents of that baby encourage him to?  Well in this case how about the parent coming back and saying that they are a good parent!
How about the parent of this 3 year old baby that is too old to be wearing diapers being only 16 years old herself.  How about the fact that the 16 year old is living in the house with a 19 year old who herself has a kid and its all being paid for by your tax dollars.  And finally, how about the fact that the previous caregivers of all of the people involved in this ball of confusion were women who are now in jail on charges ranging from drug trafficking to gun possession!
Need I repeat that black women in the US today are indeed “The Worst Stewards Of Children” bar none!  Thank you US Govt for turning what used to be a proud woman into this!
The toddler and three other children were placed in child protective custody after a video posted by the Omaha Police Officer Association of two adults blasting obscenities and racial slurs at a young child went viral.Authorities said the reason officers removed the children from the care of a 19-year-old woman had little to do with the Facebook video, but everything to do with safety.

In a petition obtained by KETV NewsWatch 7, a social worker contracted with the state notes adult relatives of the toddler repeatedly allowed known gang members into their home and full access to the minor children there, even after the state paid twice to help the family relocate due to fears of gang activity.

The petition also noted that the toddler was one of five injured in October when someone fired shots through the front door of a home.

In December, the toddler’s grandmother, Kimberly Devers, was arrested on weapons charges. Police said a family gathering also included five firearms in the house where children were present.

With Devers in jail, Kierra Johnson, 19, was left to care for the toddler and three other children.

Two days before the video went viral on Facebook, authorities said Johnson went to a caseworker to report she was having trouble with a relative who originally posted the video.

The evidence was apparently enough for state caseworkers to remove the children from the home.

The supervising social worker noted Johnson has been provided family support, case management, community referrals and financial support.

The supervisor argued — due to the persistent and pervasive pattern of concerning behavior and gang-related affiliation — it is an immediate and urgent necessity to remove the children from Johnson’s care.

The toddler and his 16-year-old mother, Ennisha Devers, are in state care, along with her 12- and 15-year-old siblings. Johnson’s baby is also in protective custody.

— Video: Mother of toddler in cursing video speaks out

Ennisha Devers spoke exclusively with KETV NewsWatch 7’s Dave Roberts, saying she is a good mother and is not raising another gang member.

Devers said she did not film the video, which shows her son being encouraged to curse and fight, and did not post it. She said she is mad that her brother recorded it.

“He was wrong for doing it — posting the video up and getting us into a situation,” she said.

Actually, Ennisha Devers said she was in a different room when the video was being recorded.

“That video — it wasn’t me. It was a person that came in to my house and recorded it. Everybody that thinks I’m a bad mother, I’m not. I’m a good mother to my son. I teach him a lot, and he is very smart,” she said. “All that cussing that he did, he doesn’t do that. Somebody told him to do that. My son doesn’t do that. I don’t allow it.”

Ennisha Devers said police came to the home because there was a history of gang violence there.

“They didn’t come because the video. They came because of the gang violence and everything that happened with us,” she said. “They weren’t worried about the video because he had a clean diaper. The house was clean. Like they said, kids cuss.”

The 16-year-old mother is not living with her son but gets to see him. She will find out Monday if she and her son can be placed in the same foster home. She hopes what people see online doesn’t haunt her family forever.

“It hurts, it does,” she said.

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  1. Mjisking
    #1 Mjisking 3 November, 2014, 19:16

    Hi Tommy, would you put this video back up please?

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