Mother accused of pouring bleach into the baby's throat asked for GoFundMe money

& # 39; It costs us a fortune … help & # 39 ;: mother, 26, who & # 39; bleach poured into the feeding tube of her disabled baby & # 39; begged for DONATIONS to cover its petrol and hospital parking fees

  • A mother is accused of pouring bleach into the feeding tube of her disabled baby
  • Brooke Evelyn Lucas, 26, was accused and sent back to a psychiatric hospital
  • She was instructed to kill or endanger her 13-month-old baby
  • Her son, William, has an inborn condition and needs a tube to breathe and eat
  • She reportedly poisoned him days after he was discharged from the hospital
  • Increased $ 2,395 from GoFundMe to cover the costs of traveling to, from the hospital

Daniel Piotrowski for Daily Mail Australia

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Australian Associated Press

A mother accused of pouring the feeding tube of her disabled baby begged for donations from members of the public.

Brooke Evelyn Lucas, 26, was arrested last Friday and accused of intending to kill or endanger her son William.

William has a congenital condition called Pierre Robin sequence and Lucas reportedly has attempted to poison her boy's days after celebrating his discharge from the hospital.

It now appears that Lucas asked $ 2,395 for donations from GoFundMe to allegedly cover the costs of going to and from the hospital.

Brooke Evelyn Lucas, 26, was accused of pouring her disabled baby William's (photo) hopper. She was taken back to a psychiatric hospital

Brooke Evelyn Lucas, 26, was accused of pouring her disabled baby William's (photo) hopper. She was taken back to a psychiatric hospital

Brooke Evelyn Lucas, 26, (right) was indicted on Friday with the intention to kill or endanger her son William (left)

Brooke Evelyn Lucas, 26, (right) was indicted on Friday with the intention to kill or endanger her son William (left)

Brooke Evelyn Lucas, 26, (right) was indicted on Friday with the intention to kill or endanger her son William (left)

A screenshot of a GoFundMe page that Lucas has uploaded

A screenshot of a GoFundMe page that Lucas has uploaded

A screenshot of a GoFundMe page that Lucas has uploaded

We live an hour's drive from the hospital and it costs us more than $ 100 a week of fuel to visit for parking and meals in the hospital & # 39 ;, she wrote on the crowdfunding site.

& # 39; His (sic) costs us a fortune plus Wills needs special equipment, so we try to raise funds in the long term to help you make money.

& # 39; Any help is greatly appreciated and hopefully (sic) we can finally get our little boy home for his 1st birthday & # 39 ;.

Lucas posted on Facebook that it is a Christmas wonder & # 39; was when William was discharged from the Perth Children's Hospital, after an attack of what his mother said was bronchitis.

William is fired at PCH and will spend his first Christmas at home & # 39 ;, she posted on Facebook on December 24th.

But William was back in hospital on December 29 after the police claimed that Lucas poisoned him by pouring pale in his hopper.

The boy's family said on Sunday that the boy is recovering and is expected to be released under their care.

Lucas & # 39; s Facebook page has since been removed, as has her fundraising page.

The 13-month-old baby, who has a congenital disorder called Pierre Robin sequence and needs 24-hour care, needs a tube to breathe and eat

The 13-month-old baby, who has a congenital disorder called Pierre Robin sequence and needs 24-hour care, needs a tube to breathe and eat

The 13-month-old baby, who has a congenital disorder called Pierre Robin sequence and needs 24-hour care, needs a tube to breathe and eat

Mrs Lucas (photo) was sent to the Frankland Center, a high-security hospital department in Graylands Hospital, seven days after a mental health assessment

Mrs Lucas (photo) was sent to the Frankland Center, a high-security hospital department in Graylands Hospital, seven days after a mental health assessment

Mrs Lucas (photo) was sent to the Frankland Center, a high-security hospital department in Graylands Hospital, seven days after a mental health assessment

Charges were charged against Lucas on Friday.

When he appeared in the Magistrates Court in Perth on Monday, Lucas was visibly in trouble and did not speak.

She was sent back to the Frankland Center, a high-security hospital ward in Graylands Hospital, on a seven-day order after a mental health assessment.

She is back in court on 30 January.

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