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CALIFORNIA: Victoria Frances Fox, a nanny, was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison for killing Phoenix Grove, a four-week-old baby. Unfortunately, Fox became a nightmare babysitter when she “got upset” by the baby’s cries before killing him.

Fox, 40, was hired by a Singaporean couple, who cannot be identified, to look after their son Grove while they delivered their twins by surrogate. To await the birth, the couple rented an Airbnb in San Diego and took their oldest child, a nanny, and Grove with them. The couple decided to hire a second nanny because they were expecting twins, and Fox was the obvious choice, court records show.

Grove, however, who was abandoned by Fox when she was just four weeks old, died horribly and tragically on August 21, 2021, according to the San Diego Union Tribune. San Diego Superior Court Judge Daniel Goldstein called the case “horrible” at Fox’s sentencing hearing on Tuesday, March 1. Fox appeared in court with a stern expression on her face and expressed her “deep regret” through her public attorney. She remained impassive throughout the sentencing hearing.


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Victoria Fox killed baby Phoenix Grove

Police and prosecutors claimed Grove died from injuries sustained when Fox threw him onto a bed, pinned him down, and shook him. San Diego County Deputy District Attorney Ramona McCarthy said: “Phoenix died approximately one day after her injuries. She suffered extreme head trauma, extreme subdural hemorrhage and a fractured femur, however what died was the result of blunt force trauma,” according to NBC San Diego.

The boy was limp, blue-lipped and barely breathing, according to court testimony. Prosecutors say Fox insisted the baby was dehydrated and did not need medical attention. The couple discovered that Fox had lied to them about the “excellent” recommendations they had received after Grove’s death. McCarthy stated, “There’s no question that she sends a chilling effect to parents in our community.”


The couple provided the court with this brief written statement that McCarthy read: “On behalf of our late son Phoenix, my wife and I want to thank you for the incredible support we have received from all of the investigating officers and the District Attorney’s Office.”

“We think of Phoenix every day and this horrific event still affects us deeply as a family. We hope this sentence means that no other family or child will experience what we have been through at the hands of Ms. Fox,” the statement concluded.Read More…..

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