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Daughter Makes Chilling Confession After Her 72-Year-Old Mother With Dementia Shot Herself in the Bedroom: Report



An Oklahoma woman is facing charges after she allegedly provided her elderly mother, who suffered from dementia, with the gun she used to take her own life.

Jayedee Watts, 44, was arrested Tuesday on charges of felony murder by caretaker abuse and kidnapping, following the September death of her 72-year-old mother, Lynda Watts, KOCO-TV reported. 

According to a report from the Oklahoma City Police Department, Jayedee Watts “intentionally provided a firearm to the victim, which prompted the victim to take her own life.”

In her statement, Watts had claimed her mother had previously asked to be shot but that Watts had refused to do so. However, later in the day, Jayedee Watts allegedly retrieved a loaded handgun from her vehicle, showed her mother how to remove it from the holster, told her to “Do with it what you f***ing will” and then left the room.

Just a few minutes later, Jayedee reported hearing gunshots coming from her mother’s bedroom where she discovered Lynda Watts dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. During police questioning, Watts admitted to providing the gun and making statements to her mother, encouraging her to use it.

However, evidence shows that Watts had been repeatedly hostile toward her mother. Ring video from inside the home reportedly showed her mocking her mother’s dementia, telling her, “I’m raising a 72-year-old toddler” and “take your pill or choke on it and die,” the news outlet reported.

Additional footage showed Watts working to lock her mother inside her bedroom around the time the fatal gunshots rang out.

After the incident, Watts allegedly told an acquaintance, “We’re doing a cleanse,” admitting that she had deliberately thrown the gun onto her mother’s bed, telling her “to do with it what she will,” KOCO reported. According to KWTV-DT, Watts later told investigators, “It sucks being a 24-7 caregiver.”

The daughter voluntarily surrendered to authorities and has since posted a $1 million bond, the New York Post reported. She faces charges of second-degree felony murder by caretaker abuse and kidnapping in connection with her mother’s death.

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