Algonquin mother won't take disabled teen back
An Algonquin mother who abandoned her severely disabled 19-year-old daughter at a Tennessee bar may have been morally wrong, but she didn’t break the law, prosecutors say.
“There has been nothing presented to our office to show she has been physically harmed or suffered any immediate or irreparable harm,” Tennessee Assistant District Attorney Scarlett Ellis said of Lynn Cameron, the disabled teen. “While it morally is not right – it’s something that goes straight to the heart – it does not rise to the level of criminal codes here.”
Eva Cameron returned to Tennessee on Tuesday and signed a statement saying she no longer could care for Lynn, whom she wanted to become a ward of the state.
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