Meet Christina Muniz. Christina has to be the worst mother EVER.
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An Arizona mom was arrested as she packed up for a future as a California stripper because she intended to leave her two young children behind, police said today. And when her 11-year-old son tried to hug her before their separation, she made a fist and punched him in the stomach, according to police reports. That’s when the cops arrested her.
Police in Surprise, Ariz., were called to the house by Christina Muniz’s 11-year-old son at 9 a.m. on June 11. He said his mother was leaving him behind along with his 6-year-old brother. Police said the woman, 29, was abandoning her two boys because she said she was sick of them, and wanted to finally be able to pursue her dream of becoming a stripper.
When police arrived they were met by the 11-year-old, and they said that Muniz came out of their apartment allegedly laughing at her son, exclaiming she couldn’t believe he called the police on her. The officer took the 11-year-old a short distance away from Muniz to speak to him in private and the full scale of the alleged emotional abuse he and his brother were dealing with became clear, Ortega said. “The boy told the officer that she was always telling him things like that, that she didn’t want him, that he was ugly, that he had buckteeth and that she just wanted him to leave,” Ortega said. “He said all she cares about is her boyfriend and drinking wine,” Ortega said.
The boy led the officer to his room, where Burtrum described in his report as finding the boy’s bed covered in two feet of laundry. The 11-year-old allegedly told Burtrum he had no where to put the clothing and either slept on the floor or upstairs in his mother’s room. When Burtrum went to inspect Muniz’s room, he said he found a pipe with marijuana residue in it, the police report stated.
Sounds bad right??? Wait, it gets worse….
“The boy told Burtrum that she was always leaving them alone, that she was always mean and never cooked for them or helped them. He said she goes out at night and the next morning a different guy will leave the house,” Ortega said. When they returned downstairs, Burtrum said in his report he found Muniz asleep on her couch.
“The 11-year-old tried to wake her, and she yelled ‘what the f do you want, I never want to see you again,’” Ortega said. “When she saw the temporary custody notice, she looked at the 11-year-old and told him she never wanted to see him again, to never call her and that she would hopefully be in California,” Ortega said. Despite that, as the CPS started to take the children away, the 11-year-old tried to hug his mother goodbye. “She never showed any concern for the boys or remorse,” Ortega said Burtrum wrote in his report.
“During her processing she said she smoked marijuana all the time, and that she was happy. She said she thought her boyfriend would now get a place with her and she could finally pursue her lifelong dream of being a stripper and making a lot of money,” Ortega said. Muniz appeared in court Monday, and according to police told the judge it was “all a big misunderstanding,” and she denied she ever punched her son. She is being held on $20,000 bond and could not be reached for comment.