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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -
A Price Hill mother charged with abusing her 7-year-old daughter heard scathing words from a Hamilton County judge.
Christina Sturgill, 31, who has a previous history of child abuse, pleaded guilty to two counts of child endangering on Friday morning.
Court documents indicate the child was covered in bruises, she pulled the 7-year-old's hair out, and the child suffered from weight loss as a result of poor nourishment.
When asked to make a statement in court, Sturgill had nothing to say. However, Judge Melba Marsh certainly did.
"Ms Sturgil, you are a serial child abuser. I'll say it
again, you are a serial child abuser. You inflicted injuries on this little
girl who could not protect herself and from which injuries she may never
recover from, all at the ordeal of the hands of the person who should be the
most loving to her in this entire world – her mother," Judge Marsh told the mother in court. "There's no group in our
society more vulnerable than little kids. And there's no people more expected
to do the right thing for these little children then the parents who should
care for them. That was your job. And you
didn't do your job."
The judge went on to say, "In fact, you did brutally inflicted injuries upon this child,
and there's no excuse for it. There's absolutely none. I truly believe as you
stand here you're going to continue to be a serial child abuser. Any child that
finds themselves in your care is going to catch hell. And for this abuse, it
demands punishment. It demands removal of yourself from this society."
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