Mother of Orlando arrested for murder after torturing her son

Victoria Toth, 24 (pictured) from Orlando, Florida, was arrested or charged with involuntary manslaughter of her two-year-old son

Victoria Toth, 24 (pictured) from Orlando, Florida, was arrested or charged with involuntary manslaughter of her two-year-old son

Victoria Toth, 24 (pictured) from Orlando, Florida, was arrested or charged with involuntary manslaughter of her two-year-old son

A mother has been arrested for manslaughter after having tortured her son and probably "beat him to death with a toilet".

Victoria Toth, 24, of Orlando, Florida, was arrested for the death of her two-year-old son.

Jacye Martin died of blunt trauma to the abdomen that was described as a "sucker blow" that caused her insides to "explode," reports WFTV.

Jacye Martin was malnourished and bruised when police discovered that her body did not respond in her room in apartments in the Washington Shores neighborhood of Orlando.

An arrest report found that Jacye's death could have been prevented if a doctor had seen it.

Jacye Martin, two years old, was not answered by the police in her room and died of an abdominal injury.

Jacye Martin, two years old, was not answered by the police in her room and died of an abdominal injury.

Jacye Martin, two years old, was not answered by the police in her room and died of an abdominal injury.

Investigators believe that Jacye's death could have been prevented by Toth, who was too "scared" to have trouble seeking medical attention.

Investigators believe that Jacye's death could have been prevented by Toth, who was too "scared" to have trouble seeking medical attention.

Investigators believe that Jacye's death could have been prevented by Toth, who was too "scared" to have trouble seeking medical attention.

The doctors described Toth's behavior as torture.

Police found a "broken toilet lid and a broken toilet seat" in the bathroom of Jacye's room. The lid and the toilet seat appeared to be clean, indicating a "recent fight or fight".

There were also holes the size of a fist on the walls, according to the police.

The arrest report shows that Toth discovered that Jayce was not breathing when he returned home from work. Her boyfriend, Johnathan Pursglove, had been taking care of the child at home.

Fist-sized holes were found in the wall and a broken toilet seat in Jacye's room (pictured). The toilet lid and seat appeared to be clean, indicating a "recent fight or fight".

Fist-sized holes were found in the wall and a broken toilet seat in Jacye's room (pictured). The toilet lid and seat appeared to be clean, indicating a "recent fight or fight".

Fist-sized holes were found in the wall and a broken toilet seat in Jacye's room (pictured). The toilet lid and seat appeared to be clean, indicating a "recent fight or fight".

An arrest report (pictured) described Toth's behavior as torture. after she dropped him into a coma after a blunt trauma.

An arrest report (pictured) described Toth's behavior as torture. after she dropped him into a coma after a blunt trauma.

An arrest report (pictured) described Toth's behavior as torture. after she dropped him into a coma after a blunt trauma.

However, the researchers believe that Toth sat in the house for days while he went into a coma because he was "afraid of getting into trouble."

Jacye's father, Robert Martin, said he was devastated and heartbroken.

He told WFTV: "He always had a bright smile on his face, he could brighten up a room with his smile, his laugh, his laugh was so different, it was so cute, it was adorable."

Toth is accused of involuntary manslaughter of a child.

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