11 years old girl incredible recovery from boiling water attack by her friend

Posted by admin on August 10, 2017 in world news

Kids are so cruel and senseless these days, I wonder why? maybe its time we as parents start taking away all these gadgets from them and blocking them from social media, maybe they will learn to use their time for good instead of being influenced by garbage on the internet, as parents we need to focus on our kids, and not just stuff gadgets in their face to keep them occupy, then maybe they will have a fighting chance at being normal. whatever normal is….

  • WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT
  • Jamoneisha Merritt, 11, suffered second degree burns on her face and body
  • She spent 11 days recovering in Harlem Hospital and was released home Friday  
  • Aniya Grant Stuart, 12, threw water on Jamoneisha during the sleepover
  • She is on suicide watch in a different hospital after trying to kill herself
  • Aniya was arrested and charged with assault after the incident at her home 

An 11-year-old girl who suffered horrific burns after a friend poured boiling water on her during a sleepover has made an incredible recovery. 

Jamoneisha ‘Jamoni’ Merritt is smiling and dancing again after leaving harlem Hospital 11 days after the brutal attack that burned more than 85 percent of her face.

The girl suffered second degree burns to her face, shoulders and back, when Aniya Grant Stuart, 12, threw the water over her to mimic a prank popular on social media. 

Aniya was hospitalized after trying to kill herself with a knife when she saw the extent of the injuries she had inflicted on Jamoneisha. 

Jamoneisha 'Jamoni' Merritt is smiling again 11 days after a sleepover prank gone wrong left her with burns covering more than 85 percent of her face
The girl suffered second degree burns to her face, shoulders and back, when her friend Aniya Grant Stuart, 12, threw the water over her to mimic a prank popular on social media

Jamoneisha ‘Jamoni’ Merritt is smiling again 11 days after a sleepover prank gone wrong left her with burns covering more than 85 percent of her face (right) 

Jamoneisha said she is feeling ‘so great’, but her road to recovery will be a long one. 

Ebony Merritt said her daughter will have to be homeschooled for a few months while she continues to heal. 

‘Her arm is still raw, it hasn’t healed yet,’ Meritt told New York Daily News. ‘And she can’t go outside in the sun.’ 

‘It’s going to take maybe about six months for all her color to come back in.’ 

Meritt posted photos on Facebook of Jamoneisha beaming at home on Friday. 

‘Can’t you see the look on her face. She’s in good spirits,’ Meritt wrote in the caption. 

‘She’s great she want to thank all of y’all for the love that you showed her.’ 

Jamoneisha revealed that Aniya and two other friends had threatened to prank her if she fell asleep on the night of August 7. 

The girls were having a sleepover at Aniya’s house, but after dancing Jamoneisha felt tired and fell asleep on her couch. 

Jamoneisha said she is feeling 'so great', but her road to recovery will be a long one

Ebony Merritt said her daughter will have to be homeschooled for a few months while she continues to heal

Jamoneisha said she is feeling ‘so great’, but her road to recovery will be a long one as she still cannot be out in the sun and will have to be homeschooled 

Jamoneisha suffered second degree burns after three friends decided to prank her by pouring the boiling hot water on her body as she slept 

Jamoneisha suffered second degree burns after three friends decided to prank her by pouring the boiling hot water on her body as she slept 

She awoke to incredible pain as her face burned from the boiling water. 

Meritt said Aniya filled a cup with boiling water before pouring it on Jamoneisha’s head, neck, face and chest.

Aniya and the girls had attempted to recreate the ‘Hot Water Challenge’, a popular prank on YouTube where people film themselves throwing boiling water on friends. 

Shernett Panton, Aniya’s mother, said the incident occurred at around 4am. 

Following the incident she gave Jamoneisha ice and had her take a cold shower.  

Panton told New York Daily News her daughter was retaliating after Jamoneisha threw cold water on her earlier in the day. 

‘They always prank each other. My daughter was sleeping and Jamoni poured cold water on Aniya. 

‘My daughter was like, “OK, if you’re gonna do a prank on me, I’m gonna prank you back.”

Jamoneisha's relatives said she was a 'kindhearted' girl who thought the others at the sleepover were her friends . She is pictured with family (left) and on her first day of 6th grade (right) in September
Jamoneisha said the girls claimed it was an accident and gave her a 'half-hearted apology' while telling her to 'stop yelling and buggin'

Jamoneisha’s relatives said she was a ‘kindhearted’ girl who thought the others at the sleepover were her friends . She is pictured before the attack

‘But my daughter — I don’t know what she was thinking — boiled hot water and poured it on Jamoni’s face,’ she said. 

Jamoneisha said the girls claimed it was an accident and gave her a ‘half-hearted apology’ while telling her to ‘stop yelling and buggin’. 

Aniya was reportedly taken into custody afterwards and the case is being handled by family court because she is a minor. 

Panton condemned Aniya’s behavior but said: ‘What she did was really wrong, but it’s too much right now.

‘My daughter is 12. Everybody makes mistakes.’ 

The horrifying incident has also sparked an angry row between the girls’ mothers.  

Aniya’s mother claimed Ebony threatened her after the incident. 

Jamoneisha received care in the burns unit at Harlem Hospital in New York for 11 days 

Jamoneisha received care in the burns unit at Harlem Hospital in New York for 11 days 

Ebony earlier shared photographs of her daughter’s injuries online in an attempt to show children how dangerous the prank is.

‘I can’t take it down. I need for these kids to know how serious this is,’ Merrit said. 

Jamoneisha’s mother said the other girls had been bullying her daughter and that they often picked on her.

She said her daughter is ‘confused’ and ‘upset’ by the attack.

‘She’s very sad. She’s emotionally messed up. She don’t understand why they did that to her. She thought they was her friends.’ 

‘I was told that they didn’t like her. And they just been bullying her,’ Merrit told Spectrum News 1.   

Meritt believes all three girls and Panton should be arrested. 

‘The mother is just as involved as the other kids,’ she told the Daily News. 

‘This happened at 4am, but they didn’t come to my house until 5.30.’ 

‘That means she was there for an hour and a half while they were trying to cover their tracks.’ 

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Girl throws boiling water on 11-year-old during sleepover {VIDEO} Girl who poured boiling water on friend tried to kill herself after prank living Jamoneisha Merritt1

The 12-year-old girl who “pranked” her friend by pouring boiling water on her face tried to kill herself after she realized the severity of what she had done.
“My daughter tried to stab herself with a knife,” said mom Shernett Panton, 34, on Thursday. “It was a prank — not a good prank. But after she saw what she did to (Jamoneisha) was really wrong, she tried to kill herself.”
What’s more, 12-year-old Aniya Grant Stuartwas allegedly choked by 11-year-old Jamoneisha Merritt‘s mother, who came to the Pantons’ apartment to shout threats on Thursday.
“I’m going to cut your face, you f—ing b—-!” Ebony Merritt screamed at Panton. “I’m going to burn your f—ing house down! You let this happen to my daughter!”
Panton said that her daughter and Jamoneisha, who they knew as Jamoni, were good friends and that Jamoneisha had practically moved into their apartment. She said that the two girls pranked each other all the time.
“They always prank each other,” said Panton. “My daughter was sleeping and Jamoni poured cold water on Aniya. My daughter was like, ‘OK, if you’re gonna do a prank on me, I’m gonna prank you back.’
“But my daughter — I don’t know what she was thinking — boiled hot water and poured it on Jamoni’s face.”
Jamoneisha was rushed to Harlem Hospital’s burn unit, and Rev. Robert Rice prayed with her, along with her mother and grandmother, in the hospital room.
“She’s doing fine, she’s strong,” said Rice. “Her spirit is strong. I gave her a hug, and she’s smiling.”
Meanwhile, Aniya is under suicide watch at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center, according to her mother.
“What she did was really wrong, but it’s too much right now,” Panton said. “My daughter is 12. Everybody makes mistakes.”

 

Girl throws boiling water on 11 year old during sleepover new york Jamoneisha Merritt

Early on Monday, an 11-year-old girl was attending a sleepover and was attacked by another girl, who poured boiling water on her face.

Jamoneisha Merritt has suffered second-degree burns to her face and shoulders, police said on Wednesday, after the boiling water attack. A 12-year-old girl was charged with assault after Jamoneisha was rushed to Harlem Hospital’s burn unit.
Jamoneisha’s cousin, Yolanda Richardson, said that Jamoneisha and the older girl had been arguing at the sleepover, and that the 12-year-old had told her not to go to sleep.
“She told her if she goes to sleep they were going to do something to her,” Richardson told NBC 4.
Jamoneisha’s family has not yet shown her the extent of her burns.

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