Court documents have revealed the chilling details of a two-year-old Texas girl that was allegedly sexually assaulted before being beaten to death.
Hazana Anderson, from College Station, was reportedly struck with a belt multiple times by her mother, 21-year-old Tiaundra Christon, and her mother’s boyfriend, 32-year-old Kenny Hewett on October 19.
After realizing that she was unconscious, they tried to put in her in a cold bath to revive her.
When they recognized that she was dead, Christon proceeded to drive around with her daughter’s body in her car for three days before dumping the body in a bayou and reporting her missing.
Christon told the Department of Public Safety in a statement that the three were staying at the Downtowner Inns and Suites hotel in Houston from October 17 to October 20.
According to the affidavit, viewed by DailyMail.com, Hewett took the toddler to get food on October 19.
When the two returned about 30 minutes later, Hazana was crying, which is when Hewett began beating her with a belt.
He allegedly ordered Christon to hit her daughter with the belt. When she wasn’t ‘hitting her hard enough’, Hewett began beating her again, the affidavit says.
Christon said Hazana began going in and out of consciousness, so the couple put her in the bathtub in an attempt to revive her.
Allegedly, Christon said that she notice signs of sexual assault on the child when she was removing her clothes.
When the couple realized the child was dead and cold to the touch, they tried to use a hair dryer to raise her body temperature, but it ended up burning her skin.
Christon told police she kept the toddler’s body, wrapped in a plastic bag, under the back passenger floorboard of her car for three days.
SOURCE: MARY KEKATOS