Mother Arrested After Slamming Her 2 Month Infant Face First On Kitchen Floor





A Chicago mother has been arrested and charged with aggravated battery after admitting to slamming her two month old daughter face first on the kitchen floor.
According to reports the infant is not expected to survive and suffered from more than ten fractures to her face, shoulders, and legs and bleeding in the brain.
The father of the infant called an ambulance to the 1000 block of West Bryan Mawr Avenue last Tuesday when he went to visit his daughter and found her unresponsive in a bassinet.
The infant was transported to Lurie Children’s Hospital in critical condition and later transferred to Northwestern Memorial Hospital due to the severity of the infants injuries, primarily to her head.
Once investigators spoke with Singleton they said she admitted to holding her daughter by both legs and slamming her face first onto a kitchen floor six days prior.
She also told them that she often hit the child because she was reminded of her ex every time she looked at her.
Doctors determined that Singleton’s story was inconsistent with the injuries and that the injuries were more recent.
Singleton was arrested and held with no bail.
She is scheduled to appear in court Monday.



3 thoughts on “Mother Arrested After Slamming Her 2 Month Infant Face First On Kitchen Floor

  • November 30, 2019 at 9:16 am
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    May GOD cover her black soul and everyday is filled with seeing that babies face, heari g the cries and she be able to mot do anything for everything will remind her of that baby.

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  • December 8, 2019 at 4:59 am
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    I would be locked up if I was the cop that she told that story of how she held that baby then slamming her face on the floor. I would of beat that B to the point she has the same injuries the baby had. I hope those women in prison where she goes show her what they do to women that hurt babies. Prayers goes out to the dad and his family. Her family rot in hell!

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