WAUKESHA suspects Darrell Brooks’ mother “regrets saving her son out of prison” before he unleashed a deadly marching rage, an ex-girlfriend has claimed.
Brooks’ ex-girlfriend talks to The New York Post on Wednesday about how remorseful the suspect’s mother felt.
According to sources, Brooks’ mother Dawn Woods regrets posting $1,000 bail for her son – after he allegedly punched and tried to run over his ex-girlfriend at a gas station in Milwaukee a few weeks ago. there.
The woman told The Post: “She was heartbroken as a result people were killed and she said, ‘I’m blaming myself – because I didn’t bail him out, this didn’t happen.'”
Brooks’ ex said she doesn’t want her identity revealed out of fear for her and her baby’s health.
The woman also said she shares a child with the suspect and that they have had little contact over the past 20 years, according to the report.
She explained: “He disappeared when my son was almost 3 months old. I did all this by myself, raising him alone.”
When she told The Post about seeing photos of her ex on the internet, she revealed that she had been “mortified”.
She said: “I was embarrassed enough to know he was the father of my child before, because he didn’t take care of it. How do you think I am now?
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“I got sick of it, obviously devastated, couldn’t sleep,” she added.
The ex-girlfriend told the news agency she had known about Brooks’ bipolar disorder years ago.
She also admitted that she sometimes talks to Brooks’ mother, who she describes as “always condemning everything” her son has done.
“Even in possession of weed, she was never devalued,” the ex-girlfriend said. “She’s always been very adamant, ‘You need to do better. You need to do it right. This is not how I raised you. “
Meanwhile, the “hurt” mother of Waukesha The marching suspect called 911 after she saw her son’s red Ford truck on television news as it crashed into a crowd, The Sun exclusively revealed.
Brooks‘Mum broke her silence and made her first statement through a family spokesperson in an exclusive interview with The Sun on Tuesday night.
‘She spoke to him before he arrived in Waukesha and has no idea why he did this and did not condone his actions,’ family spokesman Frank Nitty told The Sun. .
“I talked to her for hours. She was hurt and hurt and wanted every single victim of [her son’s alleged] act to know that her thoughts and prayers are with them. “
Nitty said Brooks’ mother is expected to speak more later this week.
Brooks, 39, allegedly speeded during a crowded Christmas parade on Sunday and killed six people, and injured about 60 others.
NS sixth victim died was made public in court on Tuesday.
Jackson Sparks, eight, battled his injuries Monday.
The boy has had brain surgery and his family is hoping for a miracle, according to a news release GoFundMe set for family.
Jackson’s 12-year-old brother Tucker is still hospitalized and recovering from a skull fracture, but is expected to recover.
Prosecutors said a sixth murder charge would be added Friday or early next week, and other charges could be added.
Each charge carries a maximum of life in prison, so if he is convicted, Brooks could serve five or six consecutive life sentences.
The bail is set at $5 million.
Five other victims have been named: Virginia Sorensen, 79, LeAnna Owen, 71, Tamara Durand, 52, Jane Kuilch, 52, and Wilhelm Hospel, 81.
According to medical examiner Waukesha, all of the victims died from blunt force trauma.
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