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Mom Abandons 6-Year-Old Daughter On Busy Street And Drives Off After Throwing Her Stuff

Mom Abandons 6-Year-Old Daughter On Busy Street And Drives Off After Throwing Her Stuff

The woman's boyfriend who was reportedly present in the vehicle at the time contacted the girl's father and instructed him to pick her up and rudely added that she was "crying like a little b***h."

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One mother in New York heartlessly threw her 6-year-old daughter and her belongings at a busy intersection from her car. The woman's boyfriend who was reportedly present in the vehicle at the time contacted the girl's father and instructed him to pick her up and rudely added that she was "crying like a little b***h." The girl was heard sobbing in the background of the voice message left for her father. The pair quickly drove off leaving the girl behind. Eventually, she was seen picking up her belongings that her mother packed in a garbage bag and a black reusable sack before hurling it out of the car's window, according to court documents. 



 

Thankfully, a good samaritan alerted the police after she found the girl roaming the streets alone with her mask on. According to NY Daily News, the couple was identified as 29-year-old Patrice Chambers and her boyfriend 29-year-old Mark Pamphile. Following the heartbreaking incident, the residents of Central Islip in Suffolk County were soon taken into custody and are now facing several charges, including child abandonment. Early last week Emma, 6, was left at the 140th Avenue Springfield Boulevard in Laurelton at around 11:30 a.m. She could be seen "running in the street... attempting to pick up the items in the street," according to the surveillance footage from the area. 



 

"You better come get your daughter. Your daughter is in the street not sleeping nowhere. She is crying like a little b----," said Pamphile during the call made to Emma's father revealed the documents. Emma was still wandering aimlessly near the intersection where she was abandoned with her belongings and that's when Mishka Peart found her and took her to a park. When she asked what had happened and inquired about her parents, she was shocked to hear the answer. 



 

"They drove off and left me," said Emma. When Peart arrived at Montbellier Park, she approached two school safety agents and informed them about the situation. The matter then reached the police officers in the precinct. Soon an investigation was launched and the couple was found a few hours later. While being interrogated by the cops Pamphile tried to wash his hands of the entire incident by shifting the entire blame onto his girlfriend. "This kid is her kid. This kid is not my kid, not my problem, not my responsibility," he told officers. 



 

Meanwhile, Chambers tried to get out of the situation by lying. She told the cops that she tried leaving the girl at her father, Kermit Waton's house. But this claim was denied by Watson who provided a doorbell video that proved that Chambers was indeed lying. He explained how he had barely seen his daughter Emma since he broke up with her mother four years ago. Watson told officers that Pamphile had texted and informed him that he and Chambers would be dropping off Emma, but they never showed up. When she was confronted with the surveillance footage of her crime, Chambers finally admitted to what she had done and added that she "was frustrated." Both Chambers and Pamphile were charged with endangering the welfare of a child and reckless endangerment. If convicted they could go to jail for four years. 



 

Following the heartbreaking incident, the Child Welfare Services took Emma and placed her at a relative's home. Speaking about the revolting incident, Peart said, "How does this happen?  How is it that this woman has a daughter and leaves her like this?" When she first saw Emma on the street, she stopped her car and motioned her to get her clothes. "Then, she ran to the sidewalk, and she kept looking at me," continued Peart. "I asked her where she was going and she said, 'I don’t know.' I said, 'Where are your parents?'" As for Pamphile's mother, she defended her son saying he was innocent and attributed to his brain injury from "multiple car crashes" for his behavior and actions. "Sometimes he might be OK, sometimes he’s not. And that’s why maybe now he’s acting like that, he’s going crazy," she said

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