Child Abuse - The Murder of a Precious Girl
On June,8 1994 A little girl was born to her mother Stella Anne Kiser. The baby name was Tesslynn Elizabeth O'Cull. In 1997 Stella met Jesse Caleb Compton Soon after She and Her 2 and a half year old daughter Tesslynn moved in with him in his apartment in Salem Oregan. Jesse began abusing Tesslynn right away He hit her on the buttocks and back with a wooden spoon Jesse would host drug parties which went on for several days People who were at the parties heard Tesslynn cry for hours after jesse had been in the room with her. He would not let anyone go in the room and help her.He made her take long cold baths or showers. He made her stand in the corner for long periods of time rubbing alcohol had been poured into open wounds on her body . Jesse sexually penetrated Tesslynn with an object he broke 4 vertebrae in her back weeks before her death.Tesslynm died on june14 1997 at age three yrs old after she died jesse and stella hid her body in the weeds not far from the home. They told relatives Tesslynn was with stellas aunt And told relatives they r moving out of town and want to have a baby boy.Yeah right after the kill tesslynn Tesslynn suffered horrfic abuse that no child should she was bound beaten starved sexually assaaulted by her mothers boyfriend and stella stood and let it happen.
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