Robine Greinke and Steven Neil, both charged with killing 3 year old for wetting his pants. Mugshot via the Orange County Jail.
A 3 year old boy, Noah Fake, is the victim of a senseless, violent attack at the hands of his mother. He was beaten repeatedly by his 26 year old mother and her 33 year old boyfriend for wetting his pants. The boyfriend, Steven Neil, was not the baby’s father. The baby’s mother, Robin Greinke, admitted to police, according to an Orange County, Florida police report that she and her boyfriend tossed the toddler, spanked him and punched him. According to the Orange County Medical Examiner’s report, the toddler died from blunt force trauma to the head.
The Palm Beach News reports that the couple may have been under the influence of alcohol and pills at the time. Investigators say that the couple ate pizza and watched a movie, going about their business while the baby fought for his life. They apparently chose to carry on with their plans, instead of seeking medical help for the baby. Robin Greinke allegedly considered getting the boy help but her boyfriend wanted to wait to see if he recovered overnight on his own.
The next morning, the couple called 911 because little Noah wasn’t breathing. The baby boy was rushed to the hospital but ultimately succumbed to his abuse and died.
The boyfriend has a child, around the same age, with another woman in Florida who was found to have a court injunction against the man for domestic abuse. Noah’s mom and her boyfriend are currently in custody, charged with murder.
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