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Florida Woman Sends Ex Video of Her Abusing Their Baby, Complains She's 'Stuck with This Thing Until She Dies': Police

Florida Woman Accused of Child Abuse After Sending Video to Ex
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Florida woman accused of abusing her baby in a video she sent to her ex.

Jan. 11 2024, Published 12:11 p.m. ET

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A Florida woman has been arrested after she allegedly sent a video and photo of her beating and abusing her infant daughter to her ex-boyfriend, the child's father, according to authorities.

After receiving the video and image on Jan. 6, the ex alerted a North Miami Police officer and shared the disturbing content, shows an arrest report obtained by WPLG.

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The video allegedly showed 22-year-old Reyanna Icilma Thomas strikng the baby while “yelling and cursing” at her, authorities said in the report.

Thomas then allegedly “forcefully pushed” the “frightened and afraid” baby and called her a “dumba** b****,” police claimed in the report.

A texted photo showed the baby on a bed with a blanket covering her nose and mouth, the report stated.

The text message allegedly read: ““I’m stuck with this thing until she dies. It makes me so sick that she doesn’t have a different father and I can’t love her because she has a part of you. I’m gonna enjoy my 20s. Left ur sperm in the house with a cat.”

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Officers went to the apartment where Thomas lives, but she refused to answer the door, officials said. Police were able to get a handyman to unlock the door and officers took Thomas into custody.

The baby had no visible injuries, officers said.

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Thomas allegedly admitted to making the video and sending the texts, but the alleged confession was redacted from the report.

The mother was charged with child abuse causing no great bodily harm and was being held without bond, officials said.

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