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Nanny Oluremi Adeleye, 73, convicted of murdering infant girl Enita Salubi in Maryland, USA

A nanny accused of fatally force-feeding an eight-month-old because the crying child disturbed her nap has been convicted of murder in Maryland.

The Washington Post reports 73-year-old Oluremi Adeleye was convicted Monday after a judge found her guilty of child abuse and second-degree murder in Enita Salubi's 2016 death. A nanny camera captured the incident. Footage showed Salubi pulling on the nanny's dress and patting her leg from a bouncer while Adeleye was lying on the couch. Prosecutors say Adeleye eventually poured nearly eight ounces of milk down Salubi's throat in less than 30 seconds.
The footage aired in court showed the nanny remove the nipple from the nearly full bottle emptying it into the child's mouth.
Video shows Adeleye squirm and then Salubi pick her up after she falls to the ground and trying to give her another bottle. The infant eventually went limp. Adeleye says she was merely trying to ensure the baby didn't go hungry.
Nannyu Olluremi Adeleye, 73, was convicted Monday of murder for the 2016 death of infant infant girl Enita Salubi in Maryland



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