Kelly Gant: ¿la madre que asesinó a su hija Olivia de 7 años?

Kelly Gant: ¿asesinó a su hija de 7 años?

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Kelly Gant, también conocida como Kelly Renee Turner, está acusada de asesinar a su hija de 7 años, quien apareció en los titulares nacionales cuando le concedieron la posibilidad de pedir un deseo en un “Make-A-Wish” para luchar contra Batman e incluso se convirtió en oficial de policía y bombero por un día en Colorado. La madre está acusado de fingir que Olivia Gant tenía una enfermedad terminal.

Gant tenía un blog y una cuenta de GoFundMe, todo diseñado para generar simpatía pública por las supuestas dolencias de su hija. El blog se llamaba “Oraciones por Olivia Gant”, y contenía líneas como esta: “La resonancia magnética del cerebro en la oficina del neuro mostró que Olivia tenía una malformación vascular del cerebro. Pruebas adicionales determinaron que es inoperable”.

Olivia murió en 2017 a la edad de 7 años, supuestamente de insuficiencia intestinal después de luchar contra una serie de enfermedades. Pero las autoridades ahora dicen que la niña no tenía tales males.

Kelly Gant (Kelly Renee Turner): 5 Fast Facts You Need to KnowMugshot/blog Kelly Gant AKA Kelly Renee Turner (l) and Olivia Gant.  Kelly Gant, who is also known as Kelly Renee Turner, is accused of murdering her 7-year-old daughter, who made national headlines when she was granted a Make-A-Wish to battle Batman and even became a police officer and firefighter for a day in Colorado. Gant is accused of faking that Olivia Gant was terminally ill.  Gant had a blog and a GoFundMe account, all designed to generate public sympathy for her daughter’s supposed ailments. The blog was called “Prayers for Olivia Gant,” and it contained lines like this one: “MRI of the brain at the neuro office showed that Olivia had a vascular malformation of the brain. Further testing determined that it is inoperable.” Olivia died in 2017 at the age of 7, supposedly of intestinal failure after battling a host of illnesses. But authorities now say the child didn’t have them. Gant was booked by the Sheriff’s Department in Douglas County, Colorado under the name Kelly Renee Turner. She’s 41 years old, according to jail records. According to 9News, when Turner/Gant was questioned, she brought up “Munchausen syndrome by proxy,” and denied she had it. That’s a psychological disorder “marked by attention-seeking behavior by a caregiver through those who are in their care,” WebMD reports. In some cases, the caregiver, often a parent, makes up symptoms or actually causes the child’s illness. Olivia’s obituary read: “Sunday, August 20, we lost our little ‘princess’ Olivia, after a long battle to a rare disease at the age of 7. ” Here’s what you need to know:1. The Sheriff’s Department Arrested Gant at a Hotel After a Year-Long Investigation  ObituaryOlivia Gant  According to 9News, the indictment alleges that Gant “withdrew medical care and nourishment in the girl’s final weeks,” but does not specify Olivia’s cause of death. At one point, Gant even convinced a doctor to sign a “do not resuscitate” order for Olivia, the television station reported. The television station reported that Olivia’s body was exhumed in 2018 and a forensic pathologist “found no evidence” of the supposed cause of death – intestinal failure – or other conditions Olivia supposedly had suffered from. Authorities grew wise to the situation only after Grant claimed Olivia’s sister had suffered from cancer, but a new doctor became suspicious about the claim. A series of other doctors had not believed Olivia was really that sick during her lifetime, but it still took the sister’s supposed illness to make authorities question the death, according to 9News. The Douglas County Sheriff announced that, “following a year-long investigation by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, an 18th Judicial District grand jury returned a 13-count indictment against Kelly Renee Turner (a/k/a Kelly Renee Gant), date of birth 06/24/1978, for charges related to the August 2017 death of her then 7-year-old daughter, Olivia Gant.” The release added: “Olivia’s death was the subject of Denver area2019-10-22T05:59:46.000Z

Gant fue contratada por el Departamento del Sheriff en el condado de Douglas, Colorado, bajo el nombre de Kelly Renee Turner. Tiene 41 años, según los registros de la cárcel, a la que fue enviada acusada de la muerte de la pequeña.

Según 9News, cuando se le preguntó a Turner / Gant sobre el “síndrome de Munchausen”, negó que lo tuviera. Es un trastorno psicológico “marcado por el comportamiento de búsqueda de atención por parte de un cuidador a través de quienes están bajo su cuidado”, informa WebMD. En algunos casos, el cuidador, a menudo un padre, compensa los síntomas o en realidad causa la enfermedad del niño.

El obituario de Olivia decía: “El domingo 20 de agosto, perdimos a nuestra pequeña princesa Olivia, después de una larga batalla contra una enfermedad rara a la edad de 7 años”.

Según 9News, la acusación formal alega que Gant “retiró la atención médica y la alimentación en las últimas semanas de la niña”, pero no especifica la causa de la muerte de Olivia. En un momento, Gant incluso convenció a un médico para que firmara una orden de “no resucitar” a Olivia, informó la estación de televisión.

Kelly Gant (Kelly Renee Turner): 5 Fast Facts You Need to KnowMugshot/blog Kelly Gant AKA Kelly Renee Turner (l) and Olivia Gant.  Kelly Gant, who is also known as Kelly Renee Turner, is accused of murdering her 7-year-old daughter, who made national headlines when she was granted a Make-A-Wish to battle Batman and even became a police officer and firefighter for a day in Colorado. Gant is accused of faking that Olivia Gant was terminally ill.  Gant had a blog and a GoFundMe account, all designed to generate public sympathy for her daughter’s supposed ailments. The blog was called “Prayers for Olivia Gant,” and it contained lines like this one: “MRI of the brain at the neuro office showed that Olivia had a vascular malformation of the brain. Further testing determined that it is inoperable.” Olivia died in 2017 at the age of 7, supposedly of intestinal failure after battling a host of illnesses. But authorities now say the child didn’t have them. Gant was booked by the Sheriff’s Department in Douglas County, Colorado under the name Kelly Renee Turner. She’s 41 years old, according to jail records. According to 9News, when Turner/Gant was questioned, she brought up “Munchausen syndrome by proxy,” and denied she had it. That’s a psychological disorder “marked by attention-seeking behavior by a caregiver through those who are in their care,” WebMD reports. In some cases, the caregiver, often a parent, makes up symptoms or actually causes the child’s illness. Olivia’s obituary read: “Sunday, August 20, we lost our little ‘princess’ Olivia, after a long battle to a rare disease at the age of 7. ” Here’s what you need to know:1. The Sheriff’s Department Arrested Gant at a Hotel After a Year-Long Investigation  ObituaryOlivia Gant  According to 9News, the indictment alleges that Gant “withdrew medical care and nourishment in the girl’s final weeks,” but does not specify Olivia’s cause of death. At one point, Gant even convinced a doctor to sign a “do not resuscitate” order for Olivia, the television station reported. The television station reported that Olivia’s body was exhumed in 2018 and a forensic pathologist “found no evidence” of the supposed cause of death – intestinal failure – or other conditions Olivia supposedly had suffered from. Authorities grew wise to the situation only after Grant claimed Olivia’s sister had suffered from cancer, but a new doctor became suspicious about the claim. A series of other doctors had not believed Olivia was really that sick during her lifetime, but it still took the sister’s supposed illness to make authorities question the death, according to 9News. The Douglas County Sheriff announced that, “following a year-long investigation by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, an 18th Judicial District grand jury returned a 13-count indictment against Kelly Renee Turner (a/k/a Kelly Renee Gant), date of birth 06/24/1978, for charges related to the August 2017 death of her then 7-year-old daughter, Olivia Gant.” The release added: “Olivia’s death was the subject of Denver area2019-10-22T05:35:41.000Z

La estación de televisión informó que el cuerpo de Olivia fue exhumado en 2018 y un patólogo forense “no encontró evidencia” de la supuesta causa de muerte (insuficiencia intestinal) u otras afecciones que Olivia supuestamente había sufrido.

Las autoridades se dieron cuenta de la situación solo después de que Gant afirmó que la hermana de Olivia había sufrido cáncer, pero un nuevo médico comenzó a sospechar sobre el reclamo. Una serie de otros médicos no creían que Olivia estuviera realmente tan enferma durante su vida, pero aún así la supuesta enfermedad de la hermana hizo que las autoridades cuestionaran la muerte, según 9News.

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El alguacil del condado de Douglas anunció que, “después de una investigación de un año por parte de la oficina del sheriff del condado de Douglas, un gran jurado del 18 Distrito Judicial devolvió una acusación de 13 cargos contra Kelly Renee Turner (a/k/a Kelly Renee Gant), fecha de nacimiento 24/06/1978, por cargos relacionados con la muerte en agosto de 2017 de su hija de 7 años, Olivia Gant”.

El comunicado agregó: “La muerte de Olivia fue objeto de atención de los medios de comunicación del área de Denver en ese momento. Los detectives arrestaron a Turner en un hotel de Glendale el viernes por la mañana.

Turner, quien hasta el momento no se ha manifestado sobre las acusaciones, fue ingresada en el Centro de Detención del Condado de Douglas y está detenida sin fianza. Los cargos que se le imputaron son:

C.R.S 18-3-102 (1) (f) Asesinato en primer grado
C.R.S. 18-3-102 (1) (a) Asesinato en primer grado
C.R.S. 18-6-401 (1) Abuso infantil
C.R.S. 18-4-401 Robo (tres cargos)
C.R.S. 6-6-111 Fraude caritativo (tres cargos)
C.R.S. 18-8-306 Intento de influir en un servidor público (dos cargos)
C.R.S. 18-5-104 Falsificación de segundo grado (2 cargos).

“Las siguientes agencias proporcionaron asistencia valiosa en la investigación: la Oficina del Sheriff del Condado de Jefferson, el Departamento de Servicios Humanos del Condado de Jefferson, el Departamento de Servicios Humanos del Condado de Douglas, el Centro Kempe, la 18a Oficina del Fiscal del Distrito Judicial y la Oficina del Forense del Condado de Arapahoe”, escribió en el comunicado de prensa el Sheriff.