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Kimberly Nelligan, 33, (photo) is accused of killing her one-year-old baby daughter by rubbing heroin residue on her gums in an attempt to put her to sleep

Mother, 33, & # 39; killed her one-year-old baby daughter by rubbing heroin on her gums to get her to sleep & # 39; in Maine

  • Dam Kimberly accused Nelligan of killing her daughter with heroin remains
  • Allegedly she rubbed the medicine into the baby's gums to get her to sleep
  • She is accused of giving her the medicine at least 15 times in the course of two months
  • Allegedly she told the father that she had not hurt Jordy, & # 39; on purpose & # 39;
  • She was released on conditional bail with the following lawsuit on November 12
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A mother is accused of killing her one-year-old baby daughter by rubbing heroin residue on her gums in an attempt to put her to sleep.

Court records accuse mother Kimberly Nelligan, 33, of giving the substance to her daughter Jordy in the course of two months in the course of two months in the course of two months.

Nelligan from Bangor, Maine, was arrested Monday afternoon and charged with endangering children and possession of drugs.

The 33-year-old pleaded not guilty to the indictment on Wednesday afternoon.

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Kimberly Nelligan, 33, (photo) is accused of killing her one-year-old baby daughter by rubbing heroin residue on her gums in an attempt to put her to sleep

Kimberly Nelligan, 33, (photo) is accused of killing her one-year-old baby daughter by rubbing heroin residue on her gums in an attempt to put her to sleep

Court proceedings accuse Nelligan of giving the substance to her daughter Jordy (photo) in the course of two months in the course of two months in the course of two months

Court proceedings accuse Nelligan of giving the substance to her daughter Jordy (photo) in the course of two months in the course of two months in the course of two months

Court proceedings accuse Nelligan of giving the substance to her daughter Jordy (photo) in the course of two months in the course of two months in the course of two months

Judicial documents obtained by the Bangor Daily News detail how baby Jordy died of acute fentanyl intoxication and probably took the fatal dose of the schema 1 drug.

Fentanyl can be cut into heroin doses and is considered to be a very powerful synthetic opioid, small amounts of which can cause severe or fatal toxicity.

It is usually prescribed to treat severe pain levels and is about 100 times more powerful than morphine.

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After initially denying that she had ever used heroin, Nelligan admitted to sniffing the drug every week for two months before her daughter's death.

Photos & # 39; s posted on Nelligan's Facebook page in June show drugs and drug paraphenalia, with the caption: & # 39; Yay buddy. & # 39;

The baby's father told the police that he rubbed her medicine residue into their daughter's gums about 15 times, according to the statement.

He also reportedly told the police that Nelligan had admitted doing the same with her two older children when they were young, and that she had never intended to harm their baby.

After initially denying having ever used heroin, Nelligan admitted that she sniffed the medicine every week for two months before her daughter's death

After initially denying having ever used heroin, Nelligan admitted that she sniffed the medicine every week for two months before her daughter's death

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After initially denying having ever used heroin, Nelligan admitted that she sniffed the medicine every week for two months before her daughter's death

He would also have told the police that Nelligan had admitted doing the same with her two older children when they were young, and that she had never intended to harm their baby

He would also have told the police that Nelligan had admitted doing the same with her two older children when they were young, and that she had never intended to harm their baby

He would also have told the police that Nelligan had admitted doing the same with her two older children when they were young, and that she had never intended to harm their baby

& # 39; You know I didn't intentionally hurt our daughter, & # 39; Nelligan said to him.

Nelligan can get a year in prison and a fine of up to $ 2,000 for endangering children.

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She is faced with another 180 days in prison and a $ 1,000 fine for the charges against drugs.

Attorney Marianne Lynch said it is likely that further charges may be brought against the mother.

& # 39; If things change at any given time, there is still a possibility for other charges, but at this point these are the charges that we know we can continue with & # 39 ;, she said.

She was released on bail, provided that she has no contact with the biological father or unattended with children under the age of 18. It is forbidden to consume illegal drugs or alcohol.

She is the next one to appear in court on November 12.

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