Mom Posts Picture Of Baby Bump, But Cops Hunt Her Down For What's In The Background
People get pregnant at unexpected times, but they're expected to take care of themselves and their unborn children when in the womb.
When this pregnant North Carolina mom snapped a photo of her baby bump and posted it online, police quickly arrived at her door and arrested her.
It's hard to confirm clear details on this case, but what you're looking at is a mix of finding what's wrong with this picture and a cautionary tale.
#4 She was arrested…
Her name is Natosha Kirkland as per this North Carolina woman’s Facebook page. She uploaded the baby bump picture as her profile picture on February 16.
The story that's going around the internet says that police arrested this woman after people pointed out something in the image.
#3 Can you spot what's wrong with this "baby bump" picture?
Since a part of the picture was out of the frame so let's just say it’s not a hairband around this woman's upper arm. And, if you look closely on the other side of the image you can notice the sinister object in the background.
In the frame, when you see that the woman has her arm tied off and the needle it's hard not to conclude that she shot up drugs before posing for that picture.
Taking drugs during pregnancy can cause severe birth defects and can lead a child to become addicted to the drug before they're even born.
To know what cops saw that had her arrested, check out the video at the end of the article.
#2 Why the 26-year-old expectant mother had a tie-off?
Not long after she uploaded it, the police arrived at her front door and arrested her. She was charged with felony credit card fraud, driving with a revoked license, and felony obtaining property by false pretences.
She was posing in front of drug paraphernalia but wasn't charged with anything involving child endangerment.
She later posted this update about the photo, claiming that she hadn't posted the video and that her Facebook had been hacked.
#1 Do you think this mom should have been arrested?
She had updated a status on her facebook account which said, “My Facebook was hacked I have not been able to get on here since the ninth of Feb … the pic was taken a year ago and have was not pregnant I just got my kids taken at the time pic was taking I lost my mind and yes I did my drugs … I have been clean and I intend to stay that way … so for everyone to know I am 20 weeks and five days pregnant today I do not do drugs and that pic has ruined my life but I’m not letting it drag me down or hold me back from doing right and living a clean and sober life for me and my baby girl and of course my other three babies I have … so please for the sake of ur self and my self-stop talking about me …..”
It's easy to pass judgment, but it's a lot harder to find and provide help for someone who's addicted.
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