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Mother of Boy Locked in Washing Machine Appears on ‘Today’ [VIDEO]

Mom whose son was put in washer appears on NBC's 'Today'
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Sakia David, the New Jersey mom whose one-year old son was locked in a washer, appeared on NBC’s ‘Today’, and boy is she AGITATED!

She hopes to PRESS charges against the boy’s babysitter, a woman named Sandra, who is the girlfriend of the boy’s father. Baby Daddy is currently in jail.

Police have officially ruled that no harm was intended by the unidentified man who put the boy in the washer and closed the door. But Sakia is unhappy with the SPIN that’s being put on this story.

What do you think? Should police officially PRESS charges against the babysitter, or just ‘let it all come out in the wash?’

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