Beautiful baby Alexandria Hill was removed from her parent’s custody because they naively admitted to Child Protective Services that they sometimes used marijuana at night, after Alex was asleep, to help them rest as well. Child Protective Services in Texas apparently felt that minor marijuana use was neglectful supervision, so she was removed from the custody of her devoted, loving parents and placed in foster care.
She was abused and neglected in her first foster home placement, showing up to visitation with bruises on her body and mildew in her bags. After multiple complaints from her parents, CPS sent little Alex to a second foster home where she was eventually murdered by her foster mother.
According to the foster mother’s version of events, she accidentally slammed the child down onto the floor. She described raising Alex over her head three times and dropping her toward the floor as an act of frustration with the child, who she claimed slipped from her grasp the last time and slammed into a floor which was essentially concrete. Alex died in a Texas hospital several days later on July 31st, 2013, when she was taken off of life support.