Naked Mom Found Eating Ice Cream After Car Wreck

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  1. TrackerSam

    TrackerSam New Member

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    A Texas mom was found naked and eating ice cream at a drug store after having crashed her car into a bus and abandoned her three kids at the scene, according to police.

    Stephanie Dillard had been driving with the children in Houston when she collided with a bus, police told KPRC. All three kids, ages 5, 12 and 16 suffered minor injuries in the wreck, police said.

    After the accident Dillard walked to a nearby CVS and allegedly began taking off her clothes as she ate ice cream, police told KPRC. Investigators said she fought their efforts to arrest her.

    http://www.nbcdfw.com/news/weird/NA...-Cream-After-Wrecking-Car-Cops-159549555.html

    I guess she didn't want to drip ice cream on her clothes. What would you do for a Klondike Bar?
     
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  3. believe09

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    Seems like there might be a head injury in there some where....
     
  4. tlcya

    tlcya <b><span style="color:#007C00;">WS Administrator</ Administrator

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    with all the naked zombie apocolyse and face eating going on I am tempted to wonder about bath salts but that is just my cynicism talking. You are right believe, probably head injury.
     
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    She was charged with child endangerment and her kids given to their grandma so I'm thinking drugs.
    Loved the klondike bar comment TrackerSam!
     

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