Metro Detroit mom jailed for not vaccinating son is released from jail

Metro Detroit mom jailed for not vaccinating son is released from jail

In previous court pleadings, she said that Bredow had consented to getting the shots, meaning her refusal to do so constituted contempt.

Detroit news station 7 Action News reported Rebecca Bredow would not comply with court orders to get her son vaccinated, after agreeing past year that she would.

She was released from jail on Monday, Oct. 9 after serving five of her seven days.

But after being released from a week behind bars, the MI mother was outraged to find her nine-year-old's immunisations were done while she was in prison.

Rebecca Bredow, the MI anti-vax mother who was jailed because she refused to let her son receive vaccinations, was not happy to learn that her son received four immunizations this week. "It's been a rough few days to say the least". She said she will do that.

After Bredow said that she and her ex-husband agreed until recently on not vaccinating their child, the judge said that Bredow acknowledged in her own pleadings that he was up-to-date on his vaccinations when he was a year old.

Rebecca Bredow a mother-of-two from suburban Detroit is going to spend a week in jail after being found in contempt of court for not immunizing her son who she

Judge Karen McDonald interrupted her plea in court saying that Bredow wasn't telling the entire truth.

"You have seven days to get your child vaccinated", McDonald said on September 27.

The judge also said Bredow has a history of making child-rearing decisions without consent from her ex-husband and awarded temporary primary custody to Horne, while ordering him to have the boy properly vaccinated. She thought she would be reunited with her son, but he remained with his father.

"It's clear to me that you don't care about orders even if you agree to them, which you did".

"She's devastated", Bredow's attorney, Steven Vitale, said.

"I stand here today scared and vulnerable, begging the court to understand that I'm not a lazy parent", she added.

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