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Grandmother dresses as witch to terrorize and abuse her grandchildren

By Mason White 12:13 PM February 6, 2017
Geneva Robinson
By: Tanya Clark

(Scroll down for video) A witch grandmother of Oklahoma, pleaded guilty to multiple counts of felony child abuse.

According to court records, Geneva Robinson, 51, dressed as a witch in order to carry out horrific punishments towards her 6 and 7-year-old grandchildren.

The incidents were uncovered when police were called to a hospital after Robinson brought her 7-year-old granddaughter for treatment.

Hospital staff said that the child was malnourished, and had numerous burns and bruises all over her body, police said.

The victim’s ankles had cuts that were infected and marks on the wrists, consistent with possibly being tied up.

The 7-year-old girl told authorities that her grandmother would dress up as a witch named Nelda, and abuse her and her sister.

She sometimes took the 7-year-old girl to a garage at night, tie her wrists and make her sleep on the cold floor for misbehaving.

Other times, she would “take a pink dog leash and hang the victim in the middle of the garage underneath her arms” and she would tell the girl “the creatures in the attic would come and get her.”

One time, Robinson kicked the girl in the pubic area, causing a fracture to her pubic bone. Robinson is also accused of cutting the finger of the six-year-old girl with scissors.

Sgt. Gary Knight of the Oklahoma City Police Department said that detectives found whips and chains as well as a witch hat in the home.

Robinson’s son Joshua Granger, claimed that the girl was a “troubled child,” but he denied the allegations that his mother abused her.

However, he was arrested, and he also pleaded guilty to child abuse and child neglect charges after police said he withheld food from the 7-year-old victim to the extent that the girl had to steal food to eat.