Tammi Bleimeyer from Texas can look forward to using the next many years in prison, after she was found guilty of starving her stepson Jordan Bleimeyer in 2014. It writes the ABC News.
Tammi Bleimeyer was found guilty of starving and imprisoning his stepson. Photo: Harris County Precinct 4
According to the prosecutor, and the child that has entered her, forcing the woman the young son to live in a dirty closet, which was during the family's staircase without food. Here he slept on a narrow mattress, and the cabinet was of the family referred to as the 'Harry Potter'cupboard.
He was forced to go around in the diaper and would not eat with the family, when that was served at meals. Instead he had only a single slice of bread, which were taken from him, if he didn't eat it fast enough.
the Boy was severely malnourished and according to the doctors he weighed only 13 kg, when he came to the hospital. Photo: Harris County Precinct 4
It was Jordan Bleimeyers stepbrother, who alerted the authorities back in 2014. However, when the police showed up at the address, was Tammi Bleimeyer had fled with the boy.
however, It took not the police long to locate the Tammi through her phone and found the boy, who they thought was in great danger.
The young Jordan Bleimeyer had marks and wounds over his body when he was found. He was also very underweight and was rushed to the hospital.
According to the prosecutor, there was visible nail and uhumsk in the closet where Jordan Bleimeyer lived. Photo: Harris County Precinct 4
According to the stedbroren it was very bad, with the 5-year-old boy.
- If we had not got him out that day, so I do not believe that he had survived, he told in court.
Jordan's father, Bradley Bleimeyer, was sentenced to 15 years in prison for the treatment of the son. That was during the explanations put emphasis on the fact that the danger had stunned the boy, when there were guests in the house, so they would not discover him in the room under the stairs.
the Danger acknowledged his guilt in the abuse of the young son. Photo: Harris County Precinct 4