The award for Indulgent Parent of the Year may just go to successful rich person Mohammed Nisham of Kerala, India, who was arrested after he let his son, 9, drive his Ferrari and immortalized the event by posting it on Youtube.com.
There are a lot of things you can do with your baby. You can dress him up as a pumpkin, tickle his feet, feed him mashed carrots and take him for runs in one of those all-terrain strollers. There are also a lot of things you should never, ever do with your baby. These are five of those things.
A 22-year-old Sallisaw, Ok., mom allegedly tried to sell her two kids, ages 10 months and two years, to a woman she was talking to on Facebook. Unlike retailers who offer a deal when you buy more, police say Misty VanHorn was offering the kids for $1,000 each or both for $4,000.
A South Carolina dad is in hot water after allegedly tattooing his 14-year-old daughter. He’s not the only one who’s had the urge to ink his kin.
Chicago woman Jeanette Holt allegedly called 911 to report her vehicle stolen with her one-year-old son inside so that her case would immediate action. Police quickly found the empty car and figured out Holt’s alleged ruse. They were not amused.
A devoted South Dakota grandmother, who was rushing to her granddaughter’s middle-school dance in Wisconsin, decided to put the “pedal to the metal” and managed to get a whopping four speeding tickets in less than three hours on the 525-mile drive from Sioux Falls to Racine. For those of you wondering, she was late.
The legal troubles of celebrities’ parents.
A Linwood, Washington, grandmother took her granddaughter, 4, to the hospital on January 13, 2013, after she noticed that the girl’s body was covered with red marks. Hospital workers quickly determined that the girl was not suffering from chicken pocks, as the grandmother had thought, but was the victim of child abuse, allegedly at the hands of her stepfather, Stetson Tedder.
The recently widowed, former mother-of-two boys, who left them to stifle to death in a hot SUV in November 2012, has been arrested on charges of negligent homicide. Depending on what information detectives uncover, it is possible that the children’s deaths could be reclassified as homicides at a later time.
The legal saga of the dad who did a dumb, dumb thing has drawn to a close today in a Chicago courtroom. Andre Curry, 22, was sentenced to 18 months probation for charges stemming from a photo of his daughter he posted on Facebook over a year ago.