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Mother allegedly ‘burnt her son to death in a hot bath then used his dying son to beg for money on Facebook’

A mum, Laureen McArthur has been accused of burning with steam her 14 month-old son Dominique, in a shower, then utilizing the son’s demise to beg for money on Facebook.

Based on reviews, Laureen McArthur, 27 has severely injured her son Dominique at their residence in Union City, Tennessee. On November 10, Dominque was rushed to the hospital with burns masking 47% of his body and later died on November 14 after being transferred to Arkansas Children’s Hospital for specialist treatment. 

McArthur was arrested and charged with negligent murder and child abuse on Tuesday December 1, after begging for cash on her Fb account, and sharing images in addition to a video of Dominique’s funeral.

 Mother allegedly ?scalded her son to death in hot bath then used his death to beg for cash on Facebook?

The alleged killer posted a link to her Cashapp account the day after Dominique was admitted to hospital, and wrote: ‘If y’all wanna send me some cash my Cashapp is $hannahp2000 any lil bit will help right now fr (‘I’M NOT PUTING NOTHING ON FB BOUT IT AS OF RIGHT NOW’)

McArthur additionally shared images of herself at her son’s funeral before she was arrested . She announced Dominique’s demise on November 14, 2020 writing: ‘We love you baby boy.’ 

 Mother allegedly ?scalded her son to death in hot bath then used his death to beg for cash on Facebook? ??????

Before being arrested, McArthur shared a number of photos of her late son and paid quite a few tributes to Dominque on Fb, writing ‘RIH’ (relaxation in heaven).

McArthur additionally uploaded photos from the funeral together with snaps of pallbearers carrying Dominique’s small white coffin to his grave, and a 15 minute video of a pastor conducting the service.

Based on details released by investigators McArthur stays in Olbion County Jail awaiting her subsequent court hearing. She now faces charges of negligent murder.

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