Tradezsha Trenay Bibbs Wiki – Tradezsha Trenay Bibbs Biography

A 29-year-old mother in Texas will spend the rest of her days behind bars for killing her own infant daughter, beating the 4-month-old to death. Harris County Judge Robert Johnson ordered Tradezsha Trenay Bibbs Monday to serve a life sentence for the brutal murder of young Brielle Robinson, authorities announced.

According to a news release from the Harris County District Attorney’s Office, prosecutors at the trial argued that Bibbs decided to kill her daughter “because the baby’s father no longer wanted a relationship” with her. Bibbs was convicted by a jury on one count of felony murder in the death of her daughter after a week-long trial.

“Our office stands up for all victims, but a baby is the most innocent victim,” District Attorney Kim Ogg said in a statement. “We believed a life sentence was appropriate for this brutal murder, and a Harris County jury agreed.” Bibbs had previously been convicted on one count of capital murder, but that verdict was overturned after an appeals court reasoned that the jury could not apply the felony murder standard in Bibbs’ initial case.


Tradezsha Trenay Bibbs Age

The age of Tradezsha Trenay Bibbs is 29 years.

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Tradezsha Trenay Bibbs accused of killing her daughter

According to court documents, on April 16, 2016, Houston Police Department officers responded to a call regarding the suspicious death of a child at Texas Children’s Hospital. Doctors at the hospital told investigators that the baby arrived with multiple rib fractures in varying states of healing and other trauma involving “multiple organ systems,” including a brain hemorrhage and a laceration of the liver.

Multiple doctors concluded that the infant’s injuries were due to physical abuse and could not have been sustained by a “fall from a car seat,” as Bibbs initially claimed. In a recorded interview, Bibbs finally admitted to investigators that she lied about her daughter falling out of the car seat. Bibbs said she checked into a hotel two days before her daughter’s death and “began not to care about the child’s well-being,” according to the affidavit.


“The defendant further claimed that whenever the child began to cry, she would pick her up by her arms and drop her onto the bed, causing her to bounce off the bed and fall to the hard floor,” the document says. “[Bibbs] said that she did this two or three times and every time the child started to cry, she would start ‘popping’ the child in her face. [Bibbs] stated that she also hit the girl in the ribs and on her chest repeatedly until she stopped crying. [Bibbs] stated that every time the boy cried after the initial beating, she continued to ‘bust’ the boy in the face, chest and ribs.”

It wasn’t until the boy had completely stopped breathing that Bibbs called 911, according to the document. Investigators who interviewed Bibbs said they believed she killed her daughter “out of revenge against the girl’s father,” according to court documents. Bibbs later said that she believed she suffered from postpartum depression, but she did not seek help.

Assistant District Attorney Keaton Forcht, one of the lead prosecutors in the case, applauded the ruling. “Bibbs deserved a life sentence for what she did to her son,” Forcht said. “He beat her countless times and seemed to care as much about her daughter’s death as he did about her daughter’s life.”Read More……..


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