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Child Abuse Story About a Child Named Adrianna
(Gaffney, South Carolina, USA)
Adrianna is almost two. She can't walk and she is just now starting to hold her head up. My preacher and his wife are her foster parents. Her mom wouldn't feed her and she would sometimes go two days wearing the same diaper. When my preacher and his wife got her she was 4 months old. They diagnosed her with malnutrition because her mom wasn't giving her what she needed and her heart was failing. Just a couple months ago they diagnosed her legally blind. She's not even two years old yet and she can't even crawl or walk.
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