Man Charged With Child Abuse For Allegedly Forcing 5-Year-Old Girl To Eat Vomit

A 5-year-old girl says her mother’s boyfriend beat her and made her eat her own vomit. Now her father is trying to get full custody.

The Orlando Sentinel reports that the little girl, who was not identified because of her age, ate too much and accidentally threw up on the dinner table. That’s when she says her mother’s boyfriend, 28-year-old Todd Brisebois, lost his temper and made her eat what she threw up.

The report says Brisebois also told the child that if she didn’t eat it, he would get the rubber house and punish her. Though the child ate the vomit, she says Brisebois hit her several times anyway.

The report also says Brisebois’ alleged abuse didn’t stop there. The 5-year-old told authorities that the man would wake her up in the middle of the night and force her to do push-ups until she was sore. He also allegedly put her on the top shelf of the closet, gave her two black eyes, and beat her on the back with a hose multiple times.

Police heard the horrifying accounts of how she was allegedly abused by “Mr. Todd” every night she stayed with her mom. (According to the custody arrangement, the victim’s mother would have her for four nights a week and her father would keep her for the other nights.)

The child’s father says he knew about the abuse and tried to report it to the Florida Department of Children and Families several times, but nothing was ever done.

With nowhere left to turn, the victim’s father says he started videotaping his daughter talking about “Mr. Todd.” He also documented the marks on her back from the alleged abuse. By this past November, the father had had enough, and contacted the police directly.

The child’s mother claims it was made up so the father would be able to get full custody, but police say when the questioned the little girl, she did not appear to have been coached.

The mother has not been arrested yet, but Brisebois was. The report says he was out on bail and ordered not to have any contact with the child.

At this time, the little girl is in her father’s care while the investigation continues

Read more:  Orlando Sentinel 

  • sandalwood1940

    What is a rubber house?

  • LaTonya Lige

    Dear Jesus who cares about a typo you obviously know what was being said smh

    • MissGuggle

      You’re right, but you have to admit that, very often, these articles are proofread very poorly. This one is one of the better ones. I read one recently that switched the name of the CRIMINAL in the middle of it, and there were several names in the story anyway- that was confusing! Haha! Afterwards I couldn’t help but comment on the horrible editing on that article- SOMEONE should’ve caught that before it went live. So annoying.

      • LaTonya Lige

        That may be the case, but it isn’t about the typos but what was done to the child!!!

        • MissGuggle

          Oh, of course!