Bartlesville, Oklahoma Lyndsey Fiddler, mother of three children (ages 4, 3, and a 10-day old) has quite an extensive criminal record according to the authorities. Not only had she been charged for driving without a license but driving that car without strapping in her small children. Unfortunately, this isn’t extremely uncommon – I see it daily. It’s the assault charges that begin to set of big warning signs. That, coupled with drug charges when she was 4-months pregnant with her last child should have been enough to put her on someone’s radar. Actually, it did. It was her family that tried to intervene by getting her parental rights revoked due to her drug abuse but the judicial system decided they knew best. There was something that left the family uneasy about this meth-crazed mother and 10 days after Ms. Fiddler gave birth, an aunt decided to pop in on her. Perhaps to see if she could lend some help, perhaps to ease the family’s emotional state of fearing the worst. What do you think she found?
All it took was Lyndsey gazing into the eyes of that newborn of hers to realize she needed to change her path in life. Aunt Rhonda Coshatt walked into that dwelling, overcome with joy. Children fed, house cleaned, momma relaxing because the children were bathed. Well, the baby was.
Do you seriously think we’d run a happy story here?
When Rhonda Coshatt walked into Lyndsey’s place, she had a difficult time waking her up. Not even the sound of an uneven wash load affected this sleeping methhead. That’s some crash. I mean, to go from putting in a load of wash to sleeping so soundly you don’t hear anything is something in which I’m not familiar, I’m a light sleeper.
Since Rhonda was failing at awakening her niece, she made her way to the washer. When they’re out of balance, they’re loud enough to wake the dead or wake a sleeping baby. And as she lifted the lid, she busted the myth. The noise failed to wake the baby and failed to wake the dead.
Remember the “bathed baby” remark? I wasn’t lying to you there. She did manage to bathe the 10-day old. Complete with an entire spin cycle. Little Maggie Mae was the cause of that unbalance load. This stellar mother whom the courts deemed responsible despite family testimony, “allegedly” put her 10-day-old infant in with a load of dirty clothes, started the washer, and proceeded to pass out.
I imagine it was the frantic and desperate screams of Rhonda that finally awakened Lyndsey and as she got her shit together enough to call 911 saying “My baby is dead” – she’s also heard arguing with her aunt in the background. Apparently Lyndsey thought blaming Rhonda for this snafu was advantageous but Rhonda can be heard in the background screaming, “”No I did not kill your baby, you did.”
There was no reviving this child. Attempts were made but the damage was done. Rescue workers have been left with the devastating image of dragging that helpless little being out of the washer – an image their superiors are stating has scarred them for life.
As for Lyndsey FiddlerFuck, she’s now extended her criminal history to include manslaughter. And guess what? The courts have come to the conclusion the other two children would be better suited elsewhere.