A mother who left her 3-month-old baby to die while she had s*x with a man sentenced to 18 months in prison

A mother who left her 3-month-old baby to die while she had s*x with a man sentenced to 18 months in prison
Yvonne Adkins, 32, left her sickly 3-month-old baby, Chantelle lying in a baby rocker and went to indulge in a nine-hour s*x romp with a man she met at a bus stop. She awoke the next morning to find her baby dead in her rocker with no blanket or bed clothes.

Adkins who pleaded guilty to child cruelty was given 18 months in prison, suspended for two years.

Judge David Fletcher who presided over the case said;
“Your desire to engage in some sexual activity with someone you hardly knew resulted in you leaving your child downstairs when you knew it was not appropriate to do that. You made a catastrophic decision that you will have to live with for the rest of your life.”
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  • No, they never get it right. They never do. Why are their dresses, hair, make up, shoes, and aresseocics hardly on point? Its either they look like brides, bride maids, dream girls dancers, club dancers, wannabe Beyonce (Ashionye), prom queens, ballerinas or Atilogu dancers. Their style never seem to go with the event. I think the problem is that most of these women either want to look too dramatic or too simple. I think sometimes they need to tone down that loudness and add more style to their fashion. e.g Do not depend on the fabric, what comes out of fabric matters. YOUR STYLE GOTTA BE TASTEFUL! My humble advice is that they should not use some of the Nigerian fashion magazines I have seen because they suck a whole lot. Not every one is a designer and if they cannot come up with their own ideas, there is nothing wrong with getting inspiration from some styles in good foreign fashion magazine- Vogue, Bazaar, Elle- and adding a little bit of twist to it. It is also possible for them to go online and do a little bit of research on what fashionistas/ style icons have worn and get inspired. I AM NOT SAYING COPY O! I believe that you can still make it you. And it doesn’t hurt to go to Deola Sagoe, Amaka Osakwe, DAV!D, Cranberry and many more designers and upcoming designers…. I cannot think of more advices. I am not a designer but I think do a pretty good job in picking what to wear because I get inspired by magazines and fashionistas. Lol. When I went home last Christmas, I couldn’t even use those Nigerian fashion magazines to sew traditional dresses. It was scary, I just could not. I don’t know where exactly they get their inspiration from. And I just couldn’t find the right tailor that would listen to me and sew what I want. I dislike giving my fabric to women, especially older unexposed female tailors. Its like they think I am trying to seduce men. What is the issue? I DO NOT EVEN SHOW MY CLEAVAGE or anything of that nature. I always want certain things that they do not know of and they hate it. Lol. We have great upcoming Nigerian designers abroad and they have to hurry up and save these people because they no try at all. The only person that looks presentable is the pregnant lady in a long dress. As for the rest, they need to take out those dresses from their closets and burn the heck out of them.

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