NAPLES, Fla. — A woman who had her 13-year-old daughter's genitalia pierced to make it uncomfortable for her to have sex was acquitted of aggravated child abuse on Thursday.
The girl, now 16, had testified that her mother asked a friend in 2004 to shave the girl's head to make her unattractive to boys and later held her down for the piercing.
A jury deliberated for about three hours before deciding the mother's actions didn't involve punishment or malicious intent, or cause permanent damage or disfigurement.
Let's reiterate: a jury didn't convict her.
how did that woman go free?
To paraphrase, are they nucking futs? How is this NOT abusive? I don't give a flying flip where you come from or what your religion is or anything, but if you have a child in THIS COUNTRY you cannot brand, mutilate or otherwise harm them to appease whatever crazy goofy karma makes you think this is right. A pox on her and for God's sake, get some general public counseling for the good but insane populace of Naples, Florida. There's something seriously wrong there.
that is absolutely terrible. that mother really must think its a sin if her daughter makes eye contact with the male species
its deffinatly abusive !
who in their sane mind would do that?
my parents are protective of me, but also support me with my decisions with boys.
and anyone who would take it to this extent, to force their daughter to be peirced?!
that, is insane .
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