An Italian nanny threw a 13-month-old out of the window and accused of a transient mental disorder


After throwing the child off the second floor he told the cleaning lady: “Now the child is free.

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An Italian nanny has confessed that 13 month old boy thrown out window that he cares and that’s since last tuesday admitted in critical condition in the hospital madnaand explained that he did this during “Attack of Induction”Local media reported today.

“It was me who threw the child out the window. It was not a pre-ordained gesture, but the result of a disease that suddenly came upon me, I found myself in a state of inducing, I felt suffocated and I He pointed out that I can’t even give a thumbs up.” justification”, Monica Santi declared, as revealed by her lawyer.

The incident is of last Tuesday, when the woman, 32 tochild care in the city of soliera (Madena) and thrown from the second floor without saying a word, seriously injuring him.

granny, accused attempted murderjailed in Modena, where today he “spontaneously” admitted to the judge that that day he “In a Parallel Reality” And after throwing away the child he went to look for the cleaning lady and told her: “Now the child is free,” explained the lawyer.

The judge ordered a psychiatric examination to evaluate the woman’s condition and confirmed the arrest warrant, a measure supported by her lawyers, who fear she will have some sort of psychiatric disorder again and who believe that in this way he is more secure from harm himself.

little boy is still hospitalized Hospital Maggiore de Bolonia He is in a very critical condition, although according to doctors he is responding well to treatment.

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