Baby boy & # 39; poisoned with bleach by mother & # 39; is on the road to recovery according to family
Mother who & # 39; poisoned her baby boy with bleach & # 39; worked for nine years as a babysitter – as his family shows that the one-year-old is on the road to recovery
- Brooke Lucas, 26, reportedly tried to kill the severely ill 13 month old son last month
- The infant rushed to the hospital, but it is believed that doctors have prevented serious damage
- Baby William believed to be in a stable condition at Perth Children's Hospital
- It has now emerged that his mother advertised in 2015 as a babysitter
Charlie Coë for Daily Mail Australia
A mother who reportedly poisoned her seriously ill 13-month-old baby boy with bleach has previously claimed to have nine years of experience in the childcare sector.
Police accused Perth wife Brooke Evelyn Lucas, 26, with an unlawful intention to kill or endanger human life on Friday.
She reportedly poured the chemical into the feeding tube of her son William on December 29th is now believed to be in a stable condition at Perth Children's Hospital.
The mother of Perth, Brooke Evelyn Lucas, 26, would have poisoned her seriously ill 13-month-old son (photo) by pouring bleach into his hoppers
According to the police Lucas, 26, (photo center) fed her son William, who needs care 24 hours a day for a rare condition, the cleaning fluid on December 29
William is released on Monday in the care of his grandfather, Channel 9 reported.
The network also showed that his mother had almost nine years of experience in the childcare sector in 2015.
The 26-year-old added that she is a reliable & # 39; employee.
In the meantime, another loving interview has been published about the health of the one-year-old, given to Channel 7 last year by his mother.
Meanwhile, a loving interview about the health of the one-year-old (center) given by Lucas (left) has re-emerged
& # 39; It is a wonder that he (William) is still there. We did not expect him to make it, "Lucas told a reporter in the video that was taken during the telethon fund raising event in October.
She explained to journalist David Koch that his condition, called Pierre Robin, meant that his airways were endangered by his sunken chin.
The baby, who needs care for a rare condition 24 hours a day, was rushed to the hospital, but it is believed that doctors could prevent him from suffering serious harm.
Luke was on Saturday at the court of Perth for indictment of illegitimate intent to kill or endanger the life of man.
The 26-year-old was inconsolable when she looked at the court, Channel 9 reported.
The one-year-old was born 14 weeks early and must eat and breathe through a tube.
He was discharged from the children's hospital in Perth, only five days before his mother would have tried to kill him after a treatment for bronchitis.
The one year old has a rare condition called Pierre Robin sequence and must eat and breathe through a tube
Lucas wrote on her Facebook page when he was discharged on Christmas Eve after bronchitis treatment it was a Christmas wonder that he would spend his first Christmas at home & # 39 ;.
I am in tears because he was so ill on Friday and Saturday that he had to be admitted to the hospital, she wrote.
The young mother was taken into pre-trial detention and must be tried on Monday by the Magistrates Court of Perth.
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