Mom leaves kids in car wreck, goes to eat ice cream – naked

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A Houston mom was driving with her three children when she collided with a METRO bus last Friday. Instead of helping her children after the crash, Dillard reacted strangely. KPRC TV in Houston reports that after the collision, Stephanie Dillard, 34, left her children in the car in a busy intersection and proceeded to a nearby CVS.

Once at the CVS, Dillard allegedly began to remove her clothing while eating ice cream. Police would later find her eating ice cream, naked.

Police were first alerted to the presence of a naked woman in the CVS. However, they soon found the children alone in the wreck.

The children, a 5-year-old boy, a 12-year-old boy, and a 16-year-old girl, were shaken up but fortunately only suffered minor injuries. However, the 5-year-old did suffer from a large gash over one eye. The children have since been placed in the custody of their grandmother.


In addition to her unusual reaction to the wreck, Dillard also resisted arrest.

Investigators are not sure what sparked Dillard’s bizarre behavior. The mother has been charged with child endangerment. She is under arrest with bond set at $2000. KPRC reports that Dillard has a previous record including a 2009 robbery charge.


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  • maybe she was hot and needed to cool off

    • Paul

      Funny Dave. Surely a hit on the head should be, and probably should at any time, be investigated as the cause of such behaviour? Financial sites always give advice (government sponsored) that past performance is no indication of the present. That never made sense either. Her past crimes DO give an indication. Still a hit on the head should be looked into.

  • MrsRae

    my non-professional opinion suggests brain damage or tumor….maybe?

  • Roarrrr

    She just had a traffic accident could it be trauma could she has hit her head. The police should have taken her to the hospital.

  • Haleene

    I don’t know all the facts of this case as this report was surly lacking, but IF she was not on drugs, it sounds like a head trauma. I have been an EMT and have seen my fair share of this kind of behavior on accidents. We once had a lady that had us looking for her son who she insisted was in the back seat at the time of the accident, but after contacting the family we found she had been alone, and the child was safe at home with the aunt.
    Head trauma is very unpredictable depending on what area is effected. I am pretty sure she was sent to the hospital if for no other reason then to C.Y.A. (cover your ass).
    A very popular term in the medical field.

  • Svenghooli

    Bath salts…..

  • fireoasis

    Really does sound like a head trauma thing. I mean if she hadn’t just been in a car accident I might think otherwise but it sort of screams it here.