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Brooke Skylar Richardson heads home, will stay on probation

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Brooke Skylar Richardson heads home, will stay on probation

Brooke Skylar Richardson heads home, will stay on probation

Speaking for the first time in court, Brooke Skylar Richardson said she’d be “forever sorry” while the judge who sentenced her to court supervision Friday made it clear he blamed her for her newborn baby’s death.

“I can sometimes be selfish, but I would like to think that I’ve become better in the knowledge that I’ve upset everyone and hurt so many people with what I’ve done, and I’m forever sorry,” Richardson said, standing before Judge Donald Oda before receiving her sentence.


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