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Ex-Notre Dame star drilled gal pal's daughter, 5, until she died: Cops
Brad Hunter
April 17, 2019
April 17, 2019 6:38 PM EDT
La-Rayah Davis was worked to death by her mothers former football star boyfriend. Cierre Wood is charged with murder. FACEBOOK
A former star running back for Notre Dame is accused of working his girlfriend’s 5-year-old daughter to death.
TMZ Sports reports that Cierre Wood — who also played for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers — is facing murder and child abuse charges after forcing the child to do NFL-style workouts.
La-Rayah Davis died last Wednesday in Las Vegas.
La-Rayah Davis was worked to death by her mother’s former football star boyfriend. Cierre Wood, above, is charged with murder. LAS VEGAS POLICE
Wood reportedly decided that the little girl was “chunky” and decided to do something about it.
He allegedly made the child run sprints in the family’s apartment, do sit-ups and wall squats.
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On Tuesday, La-Rayah couldn’t finish the second set of sit-ups and fell backward, banging her head against the floor.
She briefly stood up before collapsing.
The child’s mother, Amy Taylor, is also charged with murder and child abuse. LAS VEGAS POLICE
According to KSNV, an autopsy showed the little girl’s skull had multiple contusions. It also revealed she had rib fractures. A liver laceration was deemed the likely cause of death.
Cops say that Wood wasn’t the only one who allegedly abused the child.
Her mother, Amy Taylor, is also charged with murder.
She reportedly abused La-Rayah on a regular basis.
In the days before she died, La-Rayah complained about chest pains that were the result of her mother sitting on her chest and stomach.
TMZ said it was allegedly punishment for behaving badly. Taylor told cops she “popped” her daughter before she died.
Amy Taylor is unlikely to ever win mother of the year. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
“She can’t be there no more. I can’t call her no more,” the child’s father, Danaun Davis, told KSNV.
“Never thought I’d bury my child at 5 years old.”
Wood’s promising NFL career crashed and burned after short stints in Houston, New England, Seattle and Buffalo.
He called his torment of the child “Learning through fun.”
I've interest in prediction it's clearly up games.
Former NFL player's son arrested in Mexico for parents' murder
Brad Hunter
August 26, 2019
August 26, 2019 3:09 PM EDT
Gridiron great Barry Bennett became famous as a member of the New York Jets’ famed “New York Sack Exchange.”
Fame and money couldn’t save him.
Cops allege his 22-year-old “wild” child son shot to death Bennett and his wife Carol at their rural Minnesota home before going on the run.
Mexican police busted Dylan Bennett over the weekend on charges of murdering his parents, who were both 63.
Todd County, Minn. Sheriff Steve Och said Dylan called him on the weekend claiming he wanted to turn himself into the FBI.
Before Minnesota authorities could put out the call, the younger Bennett had been arrested in Cancun.
“I’m glad they got him,” neighbour Ron Arnold, 83, told the New York Daily News, adding they were “perfect neighbours.”
“They were good people — hard-working people.”
The couple was killed by multiple shotgun blasts on their sheep farm last Monday in Long Prairie — about 200 km northwest of Minneapolis.
Dylan Bennett and his brother were adopted by the former NFL star and his wife.
“There were two boys they adopted, and they were a bit on the wild side,” Arnold said. “They caused problems in school.”
Barry Bennett was a third-round draft pick and spent six seasons with the Jets, from 1982 to 1987. He was a defensive tackle and defensive end, and made 55 starts with 18.5 sacks.
After the NFL, he became a football coach at a Minnesota high school.
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