A mother who was accused of killing her own twin daughter while leaving the other twin severely disabled in 2012 has now received a permit to work alongside children, claim reports.
According to local media reports, Tina Terlato carried out a violent attack on her 8-week old twins, which reportedly left one dead and the other severely disabled for life. However, she has somehow received a permit to work with children, despite carrying out the brutal assault.
Terlato’s abuse was so severe on her own kids that little Amanda died while little Alicia is now living with the grim consequences of her actions which include life-long disabilities. Now, the mother has recently been given a working license where she can work for the famous AFL team, who happens to be a favorite for the mum too.
Shockingly, the mum avoided her jail time too, despite being responsible for her daughter’s death, which took place in her family home in Melbourne.
In her new role, the mum will work by the young kids’ side to help design banners for the Essendon cheer club. The decision has reportedly left the dad of her kids in absolute awe and disgusted beyond belief.
“Every time she puts up images of her face and poses by the side of the AFL players, it all just brings back haunting memories of what she did to her own kids. I can’t even stand hearing about her attendance at the games,” the dad recently mentioned to The Herald Sun.
“I just feel so shocked, angry, and disgusted over her behavior. Both the AFL and the Essendon Football Club need to put an end to her membership while refusing her entry into other parts of the Australian country,” he added.
It is still unclear as to how the mum received such a prestigious work permit, keeping in mind her troublesome past and shocking actions towards her own children confirmed reports.