If you’re in the market for a babysitter, and you love your child, there are usually a few personality traits and characteristics that you’d like your babysitter to have.
A good babysitter is trustworthy.
A good babysitter has some basic idea of how children function – IE: that they need to eat, that they need to sleep, that they need to go to the bathroom, and that babies are somewhat fragile and need to be protected.
19-year-old Ariel Smith is what you would call a very bad babysitter.
If this MySpace profile belongs to the right Ariel Smith, it might it’s a bit ironic that she lives in what she considers to be MURDA CAPITAL, and wants the world to know why ya’ll can’t keep a man:
I@M D@ R3@SON WHY Y@ll C@NT K33P @ M@N @ dumb ho3 mad3 @ comment saying that i didnt h@v chance wit mi boy but i guess she see who here 2 stay…
That could be the right account, or it might not be. Either, way, she’s a douche. Her latest quote:
EVERYBODY JUST LET YALL NO IAM NOT THE GIRL WHO THE BABY IN DA DRYER SO EVERYONE WHO SENDING ME MESSAGES YALL SO FUCKING DUMD IF YALL DONT NO IF YALL GOT THE RIGHT PERSON PLEASE DONT SEND ANYTHING!!!!!!!!!!!
And while that Ariel Smith might not be the one who put the baby in the dryer (we’ll know when we find a mugshot) she does have that ghettoriffic vocabulary that screams “Look at me! I love being ignorant.”
Ariel Smith, who was obviously taking a break from pursuing a fellowship at Cambridge, made a little extra money doing some babysitting work for neighbors and friends. One of those friends was Brandy Dozier.
Brandy Dozier had a job, and like millions of other mothers throughout the United States, she couldn’t take her children to her workplace.
On the 11th of September, 2008, Brandy Dozier went to Ariel Smith’s residence and dropped off her 5-month-old son, Andre Jenkins, and his 18-month-old brother before heading on over to work.
A short time later, at about 11 in the morning, Ariel Smith called Brandy to let her know that Andre Jenkins wasn’t breathing anymore. I would be willing to guess that Ariel was wondering if she would still get paid for taking care of two children or if her paycheck would be cut in half because one had stopped breathing.
Brandy Dozier told Ariel Smith to call 911 and that she would be right over. Ariel called 911, but by the time emergency services arrived on the scene, Andre Jenkins was sprawled out on the floor and obviously dead.
Medical personnel were curious as to how the 5-month-old had come to receive some nasty burns all over his body, however. Police were also curious, and homicide detective Keith Locascio decided to ask Ariel Smith if she knew anything about it. She insisted that those burns had developed after Andre’s 18-month-old brother knocked a pot of boiling water from the hot stove onto Andre.
Detective Locascio, not being born yesterday, didn’t fall for that explanation and pressed Ariel Smith a bit more. During the interrogation, Ariel Smith finally admitted that Andre and his brother had gotten on her nerves to the point where she decided to put the baby into her clothes dryer, turn it on and leave the room for a while.
Clothes dryers get hot. They have to, if you want your clothes to come out dry.
So imagine Andre Jenkins – who was probably just learning about sitting up at this point in his life – and what was going through his mind when that big person put him into the dryer.
And then imagine how scared he became when the dryer was turned on and started to turn him over and over.
Imagine how much pain he felt as he was tumbled around and around, out of control, slamming his little body into the sides of that dryer over and over as things got hotter and hotter.
Ariel Smith was arrested and charged with one count of first-degree murder. If convicted, Ariel could possibly receive the death penalty. She will not be likely to be executed via clothes dryer.
Does Ariel Smith deserve Hell?
- Yes (99%, 953 Votes)
- No (1%, 7 Votes)
Total Voters: 960
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