Adelaide woman walks free despite beating her 8-month-old daughter black and blue

The presiding judge said that the baby’s wounds were “likely to resolve”. The baby’s father, Shane McMahon was furious with the whole process.

Last year, a mother in Adelaide beat her eight-month-old daughter with a kitchen spoon and shockingly managed to walk away with a good behaviour bond and a $500 fine.

The presiding judge said that the baby’s wounds were “likely to resolve”. The baby’s father, Shane McMahon was furious with the whole process.

Baby Evie still cowers from people because she was traumatized by the incident, according to her father.

“Physically she’s OK … but mentally it’s too early to tell,” he told News Australia on September 12, 2017.

“But she’s well aware of what happened. She doesn’t like things near her face and will put her arms up. How will I have a hairdresser go near her face one day?”

Lorien Norman beat her 8-month-old infant with a spoon (Twitter)

Twenty-six-year-old Lorien Norman pleaded guilty in the courtroom to causing harm with intent after she beat her infant with a slotted spoon.

Norman did not spend even a moment behind bars even though the offense carries a maximum sentence of 13 years.

She walked away from the hearing a free woman (Twitter)

District Court Judge Jack Costello in September last year said that Norman would not have to spend the minimum non-parole period of 10 months in prison if she did not re-offend for two years and if she followed the orders given by Community Corrections.

The offense normally puts a person behind bars for 13 years (Twitter)

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