Some people do not deserve to be parents. Take this woman who was facing court for killing her 12 year old while driving high on meth.
What a piece of work. Bloody ferals.
An Auckland mother has admitted driving under the influence of methamphetamine and causing a crash that killed her 12-year-old daughter and injured a heavily pregnant woman in another car.
Toni Ericksen, 33, was scheduled to stand trial this week for driving under the influence of drugs causing the death of Bryer Rose Greenwood, the eldest of her two daughters.
She originally pleaded not guilty however the Herald has learned that she changed her plea to guilty on August 21.
Ericksen also admitted injuring her 8-year-old daughter Gemma Greenwood and another motorist in the same crash while under the influence of drugs, and being an unlicensed driver driving while prohibited.
She was driving her daughters home from Gemma’s netball game on July 9 last year when she lost control of her car on Kaipara Coast Highway and collided with an oncoming vehicle. Bryer did not survive her injuries.
Court documents revealed that Ericksen tested positive for methamphetamine after the crash.