Your Afternoon White Trash Florida Report

(CNN) — A Florida woman was arrested last week on felony neglect charges after police said her five children were living in filthy conditions, including a girl whose backpack allegedly had bugs crawl out of it at school.

This booking photo shows 33-year-old Jessica Nicole Stevenson. She was released on bond after police arrested her on felony neglect charges. A judge ordered that she cannot contact her children while she awaits trial.

Jessica Nicole Stevenson, 33, of Milton in Florida’s Panhandle, was arrested May 3, two weeks after an elementary school worker alleged that Stevenson’s second-grade daughter had worn the same clothes to school for a week, court documents filed by the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office read.

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9 Responses to Your Afternoon White Trash Florida Report

  1. joe says:

    Jessica is too busy eating to waste time taking care of her kids

  2. dav says:

    Five kids is a whole lot of Welfare Money. She’s raking in more than most of the tax payers supporting her.

  3. Cavguy says:

    Five kids!
    How many are half breeds?

  4. John h says:

    Her kids are starving and living in filth and she weighs 300 pounds that’s bullshit

    John h

  5. Skipperdaddy says:

    Believe me, I have known poverty. But we were always clean.

  6. brighteyes says:

    So sad, they didn’t let her shave afore the mug shot.

  7. Terry says:

    And they say mental health is not a priority.

  8. Unclezip says:

    My first wife was like that. It is a mental illness. When I came home from the Army, I found the kids living in filth: dirty clothes piled to the ceiling, dirty dishes piled up so you could not even find the counters, and trash everywhere, with lots of Palmetto bugs (giant fucking roaches) on everything.. Yeah, I threw a fit and got her some help. Then she booked and I didn’t see the kids for thirty-odd years, when the oldest tracked me down.

    Yes, it was in Florida. Why do you ask?

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