Mother who allegedly strangled her child has 3 other children

A mother suspected of strangling her own 2-year-old child will leave behind three more children after being jailed for parricide this Wednesday.

According to alias ​​”Janna,” a cousin of the 25-year-old mother, relatives on the woman’s side can no longer support the remaining three siblings of the victim.


The 33-year-old father of the children is a painter and sometimes works in construction, but because he is also addicted to drugs like his wife, he will go through interviews and settlements with the DSWD before knowing if they can leave the children with him.

“Ngayon po, ang tatay naman po [ay] hindi nakakulong, siya po ang magbabantay, kaso momonitorin pa rin po yung magulang,” said Janna in Teleradyo Serbisyo.

“Kasi po tulad niyan wala pa po atang mga binyag yung mga bata tapos yung birth certificate, yung PSA po na tinatawag [wala rin]. ”


All the siblings are malnourished or lack food and nutrients and are often mistreated by their mother, especially when she is on drugs.

Right now, the children are in Janna’s custody.

“Nakikipag-ugnayan na po kami sa sa social worker dito po sa Bacoor City para po sa counselling ng bata na nakawitness po ng pangyayari,” said Maj. Renalyn Lim of Women and Children Protection Desk sa Bacoor Police.


Mother who allegedly strangled her child has 3 other children

The father discovered the victim dead on Tuesday morning when he returned home from work. The child is said to have bruises on his arm and is almost bone and skin.

It is said that it is possible that the suspect was not in his right mind due to the influence of illegal drugs and was able to kill her own child.

The victim’s father is also said to be using illegal drugs.

“‘Yong mga bata hindi niya napapakain… ‘Yong panganay at pangalawa, binubugbog niya, siguro naririndi siya,” the victim’s cousin said.

A few years ago, the suspect’s infant son also died after allegedly being accidentally covered by a pillow while being fed.

According to Lim, the city social welfare can say whether the children will go to the government.

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