A Texas mother and her partner were arrested after forcibly tattooing her two young children and injuring them while removing the ink.
Texas Mother and Her Partner Were Arrested
Investigators learned that a Texas mother identified as Megan Farr, 27 years old, and her partner identified based on his first name as Gunnar, 23 years old, forcibly tattooed the woman’s two children ages 5 and 9, according to a report that the Child Protective Services received on April 17.
In a published article in TRUE CRIME DAILY, the two young children have a very traumatic experience with their Texas mother and Gunnar. They allegedly tied the two kids with rope, taped their mouths, and covered their eyes with rags while tattooing them.
However, after they learned that Child Protective Services started to investigate, they tried to remove the tattoo causing the two children to get injured. In a court document obtained by a news outlet, the Texas mother and Gunnar washed and scrapped the tattoos of the young children using lemon juice to get rid of the ink.
How the Child Protective Services Knew About This?
The biological father and stepmother of the two young children visited them and found that they had tattoos on their bodies. He confronted Megan about this, but the Texas mother just laughed over what she described as “allegations” at that time.
Following this, he reported the incident to the Child Protective Services. After the investigation by the CPS, the Texas mother and her partner were arrested, According to the record of the Angelina County Jail, the Texas mother was booked on two counts of injury to a child while Gunnar is facing assault causing bodily injury.