安迪·穆雷自澳大利亚公开赛以来第一次夺冠 2017 death of 'Make-A-Wish' daughter

A Colorado woman accused of profiting off the fake illnesses of her young daughter before the girl’s death in 2017 安迪·穆雷自澳大利亚公开赛以来第一次夺冠, 当局说.

安迪·穆雷自澳大利亚公开赛以来第一次夺冠, felony charity fraud, and child abuse negligently causing death, according to the district attorney’s office of the 18th Judicial District.
Turner’s attorney, Ara Ohanian, did not immediately respond to CNN’s request for comment.
      Turner previously was charged with murder in the death of 7-year-old Olivia Grant, whose reported battle with cancer and various ailments was well-documented. She had pleaded not guilty at the time.
        Vikki Migoya, spokesperson for the district attorney, said other counts, 包括谋杀, were dismissed as part of the plea agreement.
          奥利维亚 participated in events planned by the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and was seen on ride-alongs with police and firefighters honoring her wishes of serving her community.
          Olivia died in August 2017 of intestinal failure after Turner signed a do-not-resuscitate order, telling doctors that Olivia’s quality of life was too poor to keep her alive, 根据一个 2019 indictment of Turner.
          An investigation began in 2018 after Turner took Olivia’s older sister to a Colorado hospital and said she had been earlier treated for cancer in Texas. A doctor determined this was not true, and hospital officials later found articles, blogs, social media posts and news stories in which Turner said the older daughter suffered from various conditions, including bone pain, that weren’t supported by medical records, 起诉书说.
          Concerned over the circumstances surrounding Olivia’s death, authorities exhumed her body. An autopsy founda lack of any anatomical findingsindicating she died from intestinal failure or that she suffered from many of the conditions reported, according to an Arapahoe County coroner, 起诉书说.
          The manner of death is best certified as undetermined,” the coroner wrote.
          Multiple physicians told investigators that conditions Olivia supposedly had were not supported after examination, 检察官说, and six doctors said none of the conditions constituted terminal illnesses. Many expressed doubts and offered alternative treatments to Turner, who would refuse their analyses and insist Olivia had severe ailments, 当局说.
            Turner also allegedly received nearly $ 600,000 in Medicaid benefits and donations from charities and GoFundMe donors, 根据起诉书, despite Turner’s husband working for a company that would’ve provided health insurance to his wife and children.
            Sentencing following the plea agreement is set for February 9, according to the district attorney’s office.

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