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Terrible story now all of a woman suffering from what is cold -- hasn't syndrome will get into the definition of that.
It in a moment but it is taken a terrible hole on her entire family -- -- is health editor with foxnews.com.
And -- here in the studio with this.
Really really it disturbing story -- to -- a big ladle out for us.
Well it kind of reads like a crime novel in a way I mean there's so many intricate parts -- so.
In two -- eight a mother I named Leslie will -- She told her family that she had been caring used twins for five months.
And then one day she called them up from the hospital on said that they had been so -- she said each one had taken a dying breath.
Before that they had died and they all got together for a funeral they even had.
Pictures of the sonogram is the children and people are saying that they looked like the father he had to.
Had -- their earnings that they're kind of like those backpacks that you can put ashes -- And it was a really tragic event and then.
A few weeks later it was revealed that the twins have never even existed homeowners did she pull the wall illicitly people's -- as well you know.
Apart from her occasional quirks everyone in the community thought she was that you know good mom her children while taking -- she had other children -- low of one -- beyond that.
I don't and in Asia specifically -- from teens but -- -- for children from a previous marriage and then her husband had -- the son from a previous marriage.
On and so.
You know they were all normal children seem like a normal family which about the case and split case with -- in my in 2000 syndrome cases.
You know there really isn't much to say that something's going wrong.
But yet -- really suspected and it wasn't until.
They're -- -- Who that family kind of labeled as the black sheep.
You know he was they say that he was very violent and they called CPS on him one night because he was threatening the family with a -- And so that's sparked an investigation into the sun and they started think -- and you know what she's talking about this pregnancy just.
Doesn't seem right you know everything seems so -- the -- and so.
One of the people from CPS contacted the police department and they started looking into it.
And all of a sudden it just all started to unravel.
You know the doctor that she gave the doctor's name that she gave the police and officer that was looking into it in -- You know there was no records of any of these you know.
Doctors appointments that she'd continue and then once it looked into that.
Whole cap and then she did other things as well or she had done that things were done in the family yet so not only had she lied about her pregnancy but.
She also -- children and dangers so she had her oldest son.
Hi everyone knew that he was in need of -- liver transplant he and when he was young he has gallbladder removed -- frequent bouts of vomiting.
But when they looked into medical history there is no need for that -- to your -- and he was not in the in the liver transplant -- -- And then it even worse her daughter.
Was told that she was dying of leukemia and I she even.
-- -- to police later that her mother had taken her to get chemotherapy treatments that.
And it was that story ended ended up with a going to -- I guess so in order to pay for the starters leukemia treatment she placed canisters at throughout the town of Thomasville Georgia where she -- To donate funds.
And that was what they daughter -- -- for the fraud defrauding people on the ground terrible terrible story is affecting so many of members all that found and and one of the worst things was that -- that they said -- the stepson and they said was you know prone to violent rages and -- handling.
Didn't suffer from any kind of aggression at all.
And I found that he'd been capped an 82 foot by two foot wooden box every night.
And they had been thrown at the hands of plastic wraps stunning.
-- say it is a stunning story Lauren thank you bringing it to -- and if you wanna read more on this there it is.
On the pages of foxnews.com.
Right now the 1000 moment.
Really really tragic when you think of the effect on this case -- Bush health editor of folks is welcome thanks so much for being here at pleasant.
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