- An 11-year-old boy dies after consuming a gummy bear with hallucinogen.
- The mother of the little boy warns that she will go after the one responsible.
- The accused is a relative, but she doesn’t care if she goes to jail.
A mother is suffering due to the death of her 11-year-old boy after eating a hallucinogenic gummy bear at his aunt’s house. The mother blames the aunt, according to information published by the news portal of Univision.
A visit to his aunt while his mother went to work ended in a tragedy and a fight between two sisters. Yuli Gordillo took her son David Santiago, 11 years old to her sister María Elena Gordillo’s house and an oversight ended the life of the child.
IS THERE BE ANYTHING WORSE THAN THE DEATH OF A CHILD?
An ordinary day turned into mourning. The little boy’s mother now wants justice, and she doesn’t care if her sister has to go to jail.
The story had a sad ending, but it is not over yet. Yuli Gordillo, Colombian by origin, plans to go against her sister. She even said that her sister does not exist for her.
DID THE AUNT TORTURE THE BOY?
The mother of the little boy still does not believe that this has happened. She still cries for him and regrets the moment in which she decided to take him to her sister so she could take care of him. She said that the most unfortunate thing of all is that her son suffered minutes before he died. She blamed her sister for that “torture,” for which she asks for justice for the death of her son.
The father Jolman Bedoya tells how his son suffered in his last moments and what the aunt did, but not to help him, a situation that bothers the mother the most. The mother said: “I’m sure my son died in torture (…) and that’s why I don’t have a sister anymore, she’s dead to me.” Filed under: Hallucinogenic Gummy Boy Dies.
HOW DID HE CONSUME DRUGGED GUMMIES?
The first investigations indicate that the minors were in the care of the aunt. At some point the boy and his sister found a bag full of gummies.
Curiosity, craving, or hunger caused the minors to each take one, without imagining that it would cause death and moments of great suffering that have been described by the relatives. It is terrifying for any parent to hear it. Filed under: Hallucinogenic Gummy Boy Dies.
HOW DID HE SUFFER FROM THE DRUGS?
The minor’s father was the one who wrote how his son’s last moments were. “That gummy made him go crazy and start hurting whoever was with him and even himself,” he commented.
“He would turn his face away, stick his tongue out and roll his eyes.” The father explained that the effect of the drug caused his son to lose control of his body. For the little boy, the consequences were greater because his whole body began to twist in just seconds. Filed under: Hallucinogenic Gummy Boy Dies.
WHO WILL PAY FOR THE DEATH OF THE BOY?
His aunt, a candy seller, seeing what was happening immediately came but not precisely to help the boy. According to a teenager, she covered the boy’s mouth so that the neighbors would not hear the boy screaming.
He screamed for help but apparently the aunt ignored it and only worried about anyone finding out, according to the family’s version. That accusation made by the victim’s mother could end their family relationship forever.
MOM GETS READY TO GO AGAINST HER SISTER
After the tragedy, the victim’s mother already has the alleged culprit in her sights. Regardless of their blood relation, she accused her own sister of torturing her child. She said that the was put into a cold shower with his mouth covered so no one would hear him.
The mother said the following: “I am sure that my son died and was tortured (…), and that is why I no longer have a sister; she is dead to me.”
WHAT DOES THE ACCUSED SAY?
After these allegations, the accused aunt commented on Primer Impacto that everything her sister says is not true and that the gummy bears were a gift to the child.
The boy’s father does not want to suffer anymore. He just tries to do anything that keeps himself calm. He said, “I keep the memory of the good times I shared with him, how he made me laugh, and the time we shared playing.