This Mother Threw Her Baby Out Of A 7th Floor Window And Will Only Serve 10 Years

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Jennifer Berry, 35, from Yonkers, New York has pleaded guilty to the first-degree manslaughter of her newborn daughter and will be sentenced to 10 years in prison as part of a plea deal on December 14th.

The Journal News reports that Berry killed her daughter on September 28th, 2015 after throwing her out of a seventh-story window.

It is alleged that Berry initially denied that she was pregnant but then admitted to giving birth to her daughter in the shower of her boyfriend’s Bronx apartment, despite telling him she had an abortion and subsequently hiding the birth from him.

The authorities said that her boyfriend did not know anything about the child’s birth and was in another room when she gave birth and was thrown out the window.

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Officials said that she admitted to dropping the baby out the window, telling them that her daughter wasn’t breathing at the time. However, the autopsy revealed that the baby was alive when she was cruelly dropped out of the window, contrary to Berry’s claims.

When the baby’s body was found, the police said her umbilical cord was still attached.

In a statement, Bronx District Attorney Darcel D. Clark said “A baby girl had barely come into the world when she died in a concrete courtyard. The killing of an innocent baby by her mother is one of the most heinous crimes imaginable.”

As New York City Medical Examiner’s Office found that the girl was alive when she died, Berry was charged with murder and manslaughter.

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In March 2008, Berry’s 2 and a half week old son was found dead in his bassinet at their home in Yonkers. However, the Westchester medical examiner said he died of natural causes due to sudden infant death syndrome.

A spokesman for the prosecutor’s office said that following the Bronx incident, Westchester authorities would review the son’s death, but no charges were filled in that case.

YouTube Cans The Weird And Creepy Kid Channel `Toy Freaks`


YouTube has put an end to the massive channel Toy Freaks in what appears to be a purge of questionable content which has been targeted at kids.

With more than 8.5 million subscribers, Toy Freaks was one of the largest channels to produce content for children, though many parents were concerned with the weird, often creepy, and potentially abusive videos.

The channel featured a father, who was referred to as “Freak Daddy” and his two daughters, Victoria and Annabelle. Even though the channel has been terminated, a quick search on YouTube will still show a number of their videos existing on other channels, like the one below.

A spokesperson for YouTube put forward the following statement:

“We take child safety extremely seriously and have clear policies against child endangerment. We recently tightened the enforcement of these policies to tackle content featuring minors where we receive signals that cause concern. It’s not always clear that the uploader of the content intends to break our rules, but we may still remove their videos to help protect viewers, uploaders and children. We’ve terminated the Toy Freaks channel for violation of our policies. We will be conducting a broader review of associated content in conjunction with expert Trusted Flaggers.”

Many of their videos featured the girls in possibly abusive situations, prompting concerned parents and popular YouTubers to complain, and call for a shutdown of the channel.

While criticism of Toy Freaks has existed for years, recent media coverage of this channel and others like it has brought more attention to the videos.

“This … father puts his young daughters under extreme pressure, pain, stress and anxiety and films them. He is profiting off of his children’s pain and suffering. If this isn’t abuse, I don’t know what is,” one Redditor wrote on the YouTube subbredit.

In the same post, the Redditor describes a specific video, which bothered them.

“One of their latest videos sees the father follow his little girl into the bathroom and film her as she’s crying in severe pain, blood flowing from her mouth and her tooth falling out,” they wrote.

The channel also made famous the “bad baby” trope, which often featured one of the children on the channel misbehaving.

“Toddler is never so uncontrollable as she is after watching one of those stupid fucking bad baby videos,” an annoyed parent wrote about the trope.

While Toy Freaks was very popular, it was also a money-making machine that benefitted heavily from YouTube’s algorithm.

According to the third-party analytics site Social Blade, the channel raked in an estimated $838,300 to $13.4 million per year. While that estimate is vast, even the low end of that scale shows that some serious money was being made.

Not too long ago, we reported that creepy, weird, and often violent videos were slipping through YouTube’s filters, often landing on its YouTube Kids app.

YouTube then announced a new policy change last week, which age restricts flagged content on its main app, which will automatically block it from getting filtered into the Kids App.

The Toy Freaks channel appears to be just another step in a larger push from YouTube to reign in its content put out there for children.


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