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Brooke Skylar Richardson Says She’s Sorry She Can Be Selfish, Found Not Guilty Of Murdering Her Newborn Daughter (Plus, Here’s What Baby Daddy’s Family Has To Say)

If Brooke violates her probation in the next 3 years, she could spend up to a year behind bars.

The judge called her case a “story of two little girls: Skylar Richardson and Annabelle Richardson” and said that Brooke showed, “grotesque disregard for life.”

Facebook; Brooke is pictured in the above photo at her high school graduation party

“I firmly believe — in fact I know, Miss Richardson, in my heart — that if you would have made different decisions in this case, Annabelle would be here today,” Judge Oda addressed her in court.

“And I know that may be difficult for you to hear. Some people are inclined to think to themselves, ‘This is America; we kill unborn babies every day.’ But I don’t think of it that way.”

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