Shocking News: 6-Year-Old Boy And His Baby Brother Abandoned On Roadside By Their Mother

November 12, 2017
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Locals recently found two little children abandoned by the roadside in Vietnam. Their mother reportedly dropped them off in the early morning saying that she had “to get petrol,” but never returned.

Two days before that, this 6-year-old boy and his baby brother were dropped off by their mother at the roadside around 5 a.m. who then deserted them after saying she was going to get petrol from across the road.

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The Mother didn’t return for them, the Daily Mail reported.

Locals reportedly spotted the boy sitting on the ground beside his baby brother, who was lying in a red beer crate. “This morning outside the church a 2-month-old boy and his brother were abandoned on the street,” Nhu Goc, the local commune worker said.

Police in the area were notified and are searching for the parents.

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“The baby has currently been taken to hospital but anyone who knows information about the parents of the child please contact the ward. We hope donors can help the baby. Why anyone can leave them like this we don’t know. There is a risk the boys could have been kidnapped and sold while they were vulnerable,” Nhu Goc added.

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Nguyen Thi Hong Chau, who’s the deputy director of the Board of Directors from Thu Duc Youth Village (LTNTD) said, “child protection heard crying right near the main gate of the village along Vo Van Ngan”.

“One boy who was six years old was in a state of panic, sat crying so hard, alongside the other boys [sic], two months old, in a red plastic basket. The boy recounts, when the sky was not bright, the mother transported by motorbike and put them on the roadside. She told them she was refueling but did not return,” added the deputy director.

Actor Anthony Edwards Says This Producer Molested Him And Raped His Friend

Hollywood is in shock at the moment and the allegations continue.

It’s not just women who have suffered at the hands of Hollywood sexual predators. Men have been victims, too.

And now, another man came forward.

Actor Anthony Edwards shared his own story, where he alleges that writer/producer and theme park designer Gary Goddard molested him when he was just 14 years old:

https://t.co/AoqSV0kd1X

— Anthony Edwards (@anthonyedwards) November 10, 2017

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Edwards writes:

When I was 14 years old, my mother opened the door for me to answer honestly about the rumors she had heard about Gary Goddard — who was my mentor, teacher and friend — being a pedophile. I denied it through tears of complete panic. To face that truth was not an option as my sense of self was completely enmeshed in my gang of five friends who were all led by this sick father figure. I met Goddard when I was 12, and he quickly became a dominant force in my life. He taught me about the value of acting, respect for friendship, and the importance of studying. Pedophiles prey on the weak. My father, who suffered from undiagnosed PTSD from WWII, was not emotionally available. Everyone has the need to bond, and I was no exception. My vulnerability was exploited. I was molested by Goddard, my best friend was raped by him — and this went on for years. The group of us, the gang, stayed quiet.

Why? One of the most tragic effects of sexual abuse in children is that the victims often feel deeply responsible — as if it is somehow their fault. With their sick form of control, abusers exploit a child’s natural desire to bond. The victims are required to play by the abuser’s rules, or else they are “out” — banished from the only world they know. Abusers are successful when they keep control of that little world — a world that is based on fear. The use of fear to control and manipulate can be both obvious and subtle. Abusers will often use the word “love” to define their horrific actions, which constitutes a total betrayal of trust. The resulting damage to the emotional development of a child is deep and unforgivable. Only after I was able to separate my experience, process it, and put it in its place could I accept this truth: My abuse may always be with me, but it does not own me. For far too many years, I held onto the idea that love was conditional — and so I would look for someone or something other than my higher self to define those conditions and requirements for me.

Note: It’s not the first time that Goddard has been sued for sexual abuse.

While the dam may only be breaking now, it’s clear that Hollywood’s sexual predator problem has existed for decades.

Jesus. https://t.co/Ib6xWv2qk1

— Sonny Bunch (@SonnyBunch) November 10, 2017Absolutely heartbreaking.

Thank you for sharing this painful memory with a total stranger like me. Heartbreaking

— Chris Carroll (@rirugrat) November 10, 2017

Thank you for your strength and bravery in sharing this story.

— Lee Neugebauer (@leeneugebauer) November 10, 2017

After years of struggling, Edwards has come to terms with what happened to him.

I did not go from being a victim to a survivor alone. No one does. I had to ask for help, and I am so grateful that I did.

Sadly, so many other victims never get there.

THANK YOU. I am a victim too, and am just now seeking therapy to deal with everything that happened to me as a young child. I’m sorry that you were attacked too. <3

— Jodi P (@JodesinAZ) November 10, 2017

I am so sorry. May your strength and forthrightness guide others.

— Janet Gershen-Siegel (@shrinkingjes) November 10, 2017

Thank you for that heartbreaking and courageous piece. I am sorry that happened to you and your friends. Thank you for speaking up – it will help others and will remind us all to be watchful and willing to listen and speak up.

— Writer_Yogini (@Writer_Yogini) November 10, 2017

Thank you for sharing this deeply personal story. It will give other victims strength and hope on their journey to survivor.

— Karen Rose (@KarenRoseBooks) November 10, 2017

Thank you so much for sharing your story. It is so important for us to share our stories. I am not ready yet, but I can say #metoo.

— KeepLookingUp🖖 (@fringebutterfly) November 10, 2017

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