There’s a special kind of cosmic bully karma waiting.
Greg Malcolm, a detective with the Cottage Grove Police Department, which investigated the infant’s death, said he believed the child’s death was accidental.
“I sincerely don’t believe that she had any intent to cause harm to her child on this evening,” Malcolm said. “By all other accounts, she’s been a productive mom, a good mom. She’s done a decent job of raising her children. She, unfortunately, was in the habit of sleeping with this particular child from the day it came home from the hospital.”
Medrano’s sister, Maria Phillips, told the Minneapolis Star-Tribune her sister had watched Grace’s show about the baby’s death. Afterward, she was “shaking and couldn’t take a breath,” Phillips said.
Medrano’s husband, Jason Medrano, told the St. Paul Pioneer Press that the show, as well as the Internet comments that followed it, were cruel.
“The things people said were horrible,” he told the newspaper. “It shows that cyberbullying happens to adults, too.”
Speaking with Fox 9 News, Medrano’s mother, Yvonne Hill, said her daughter fell into a depression.