Delissa Crayton, 47, was arrested after the dissolved & # 39; skeletal remains & # 39; that they thought were with her mother, Jacqueline Louise Crayton, were discovered on Sunday at her home in Seguin, Texas

Texas mom, 47, forced her teenage daughter to live THREE YEARS in the same house as the remains of her deceased grandmother, who had to keep rotting on the bedroom floor

  • A mother in Texas was arrested after she and her daughter lived in their home with the child's grandmother for three years
  • According to police, Delissa Crayton, 47, and her daughter, who was younger than 15, lived at their home while the body was in one of the bedrooms
  • Jacqueline Louise Crayton, 71, died in 2016, in a bedroom next to the home after a fall

Delissa Crayton, 47, was arrested after the dissolved & # 39; skeletal remains & # 39; that they thought were with her mother, Jacqueline Louise Crayton, were discovered on Sunday at her home in Seguin, Texas

Delissa Crayton, 47, was arrested after the dissolved & # 39; skeletal remains & # 39; that they thought were with her mother, Jacqueline Louise Crayton, were discovered on Sunday at her home in Seguin, Texas

A Texas woman was arrested after it was discovered that she and her daughter had lived with her mother's rotting scrub for three years.

Delissa Crayton, 47, was arrested after the dissolved & # 39; skeletal remains & # 39; which are thought to belong to her mother, Jacqueline Louise Crayton, were discovered on Sunday at her home in Seguin, east of San Antonio.

Researchers believe that the woman, who was 71 years old at the time of her death, suffered a non-life-threatening fall in her bedroom in 2016.

Delissa would not have helped her and her mother died on the floor after a few days.

According to police, Crayton and her daughter, who was not yet 15 at the time, lived in the two-bedroom house with the body for three years.

Delissa would not have helped her mother, Jacqueline Louise Crayton, and she died on the floor after a few days

Delissa would not have helped her mother, Jacqueline Louise Crayton, and she died on the floor after a few days

Delissa would not have helped her mother, Jacqueline Louise Crayton, and she died on the floor after a few days

Crayton has been accused of injury to a child under 15 by recklessly, by omission, causing a child, severe mental deficit, disability, or injury.

The charge may result in a prison sentence of between two and twenty years, together with a fine of $ 10,000.

In the meantime, the teenage daughter has been placed with family members and receives help from the police station of Seguin, the Child Advocacy Center of Guadalupe County and the Child Protective Services.

The police are still investigating and expecting more charges against Crayton to be filed.

The dissolved & # 39; skeletal remains & # 39; thought to belong to Jacqueline Louise Crayton, were discovered on Sunday at her home in Seguin, east of San Antonio.

The dissolved & # 39; skeletal remains & # 39; thought to belong to Jacqueline Louise Crayton, were discovered on Sunday at her home in Seguin, east of San Antonio.

The dissolved & # 39; skeletal remains & # 39; thought to belong to Jacqueline Louise Crayton, were discovered on Sunday at her home in Seguin, east of San Antonio.

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