Dad fed children ice cream with laxatives and then filmed them crying in pain
29-year-old Cordero James Brady’s YouTube channel was suspended after he recorded and uploaded a footage of his children crying after he fed them laxatives-mixed ice-cream.
According to Daily Mail, the YouTube channel named ‘CJ SO COOL’ had amassed over 5.6 million followers before it was taken down.
The ‘practical joke’ he played on his children in this particular video turned out to be quite vicious as it made his children physically sick and send them down to utter pain, the source informed.
The video began with Brady himself mixing laxatives in his children’s ice cream and feeding it to them. The film then resumed showing the scenes around 90-minutes later. The children could then be seen screaming and crying in pain.
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One of his children could be heard screaming, “My stomach hurts,” to which the father casually jokes, “Oh my goodness, this boy’s stomach is broken!”
He then went on to film two of his youngest children – a boy and a girl – in separate bathrooms, crying in pain as they sit on the toilet. The children even try to close the door on the father but he continues to record with his camera.
The source also quoted an insider from Henderson Police Department as revealing, “There was a case that was investigated in 2016 involving laxatives and this individual. It was a joint investigation with Clark County Child Protective Services.”
The details of the investigation were even submitted to the DA’s office and it was recommended as a criminal case, the insider further explained.
Surprisingly, the video was uploaded almost two years ago but YouTube removed it only last week after Babe.net reported about it.
Dr. Kortney Peagram, the founder of Bulldog Solution, an anti-child organization told the website that feeding laxatives to your child knowing that it may potentially harm them is counted as ‘child abuse’ and ‘child endangerment.’
However, the actual charges made against Brady has not yet been confirmed.