Tulsa, OK

Mother Says Her Daughter Was Normal Until Medication Reintroduction, Loves and Supports Her Despite The Incident

Carl Belen

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A 12-year-old Oklahoma girl made headlines this January after a devastating episode left her nine-year-old brother, Zander, dead. The girl, who will remain unnamed, reportedly succumbed to what she described as a 'demonic rage,' a fit of anger she couldn't comprehend or control, causing her to fatally stab her brother.

Bodycam footage, recently released, painted a chilling scene. The girl, now in handcuffs, sobbed inconsolably, uttering, "I'm so sorry, I don't know what happened. It's some demonic s**t." The incident remained inexplicable and the young girl is currently being treated in a children's facility in Tulsa.

April Holder, the mother of both children, made a startling revelation connecting her daughter's horrific act to an unspecified medication she had been taken off a year ago. The mother noticed behavioral changes in her daughter when she was put back on this medication, including instances of self-harm.

"They were good kids... they were raised as God-fearing children and never had behavioral issues until she was put back on a medication she was off for over a year," April explained.

This week, after the release of the harrowing bodycam footage, the case has resurfaced. April's friends have set up a fundraiser to help her relocate homes. Their GoFundMe campaign has so far garnered $10,000.

Despite the horror of the incident, the mother reported progress in her daughter's condition. "She has been very well behaved the entire 6 months she has been gone...Obviously there is a lot of healing that we both need before we can ever live together again, and she needs mental and emotional help after this," April shared.

The incident was a tragic reminder of the potentially severe consequences of mental health issues and medication management. However, it remains unclear what future awaits the young girl once her treatment program is complete.

The 25-minute-long bodycam footage ends with the girl confessing remorse and fear. "I really didn't want this to happen like this, this sucks. I'm probably going to go to jail and live the rest of my life in prison," she sobbed, clearly grappling with the gravity of her actions.

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