Latest News

Mother puts baby in refrigerator after husband accidentally dials her number while trying to call his former wife

By Mason White 3:03 PM January 2, 2014
Baby in refrigerator  

By: Ryan Lee Hall
A woman was mad when her husband tried to call his former wife.

The woman learned of her husband’s cheating ways when he accidentally dialed her number.

The woman decided to take her anger out on the baby.

The baby girl, who is only 4-months-old, came close to losing her life three times at the hands of her angry mother.

Her latest brush with death came on Saturday, when she nearly suffocated in an unplugged hot refrigerator.

The 38-year-old mother admitted to putting the baby into the refrigerator, but insisted that she never closed the door. She also said that she did not want to hurt her baby.

“I do not want to kill my baby. I only wanted to get her father’s attention,” the mother said.

A neighbor found the baby in the refrigerator, which is in the shack near the couple’s home. The baby has reportedly been there at least 10 minutes.

The father was livid that his wife took out her frustrations on their innocent baby.

The father said that his wife had put their baby’s life in danger twice before.

Once, when the child was only six-weeks-old, the mother held her upside down by the ankles, when she was angry.

The second time, was when the mother left her baby out in the cold. The 46-year-old father found his child in the carriage outside.

The couple has been married for over 10 years and have two sons and a daughter together.

The man also has four children from his first wife.

“Since my husband has been talking to his former wife things have been different. He does not care about our children anymore,” the mother said.

The husband is looking to take legal actions against his wife for trying to harm their child as revenge to hurt him.

“What kind of mother does that to her own child?” The father said.

“She is cruel. I have made mistakes, but she should not take her anger out on our daughter,” he added.