Mother in Ohio receives life sentence for abuse of 4-year-old daughter.

Robinson made a plea deal for aggravated murder on Feb. 22, allowing for parole after 30 years.

February 26th 2024.

Mother in Ohio receives life sentence for abuse of 4-year-old daughter.
A tragic and heartbreaking case has come to a close as an Ohio mother has been sentenced to life in prison for the death of her 4-year-old daughter. Tianna Robinson pleaded guilty to the killing of her young daughter, Nahla Miller, in Hamilton County in April 2021. The 28-year-old was initially facing the death penalty but instead took a plea deal for aggravated murder on February 22nd, with the possibility of parole after 30 years.

According to reports from the Cincinnati Enquirer, Robinson was facing multiple charges, including felonious assault and endangering children. The prosecutor, Melissa Powers, confirmed in a Facebook post that Nahla had suffered from a broken arm, brain injury, and strangulation, which ultimately led to her death.

It is a devastating and gut-wrenching thought that a mother would harm her own child in such a brutal way. Robinson initially called the police to report that Nahla had passed out, but later confessed to punching and strangling her. The child was taken to the hospital where doctors discovered burn marks, internal bleeding, and signs of long-term abuse and malnutrition. Despite being put on life support, Nahla passed away after nine days.

Prosecutors revealed that the 4-year-old was beaten to death after accidentally wetting herself while Robinson and her boyfriend were out. However, before the trial began, Robinson was diagnosed with major depressive disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder, making her unfit to take the stand. She had been deemed unfit four different times between 2021 and 2022, and her case was put on hold while she received treatment at a psychiatric hospital.

In addition to Robinson's sentence, her boyfriend, Rensley Washington, was also convicted and sentenced to 12 months in prison for obstructing justice. He had claimed that Nahla fell off a scooter, but the truth was that she had been beaten to death.

Melissa Powers, the prosecutor, released a statement expressing her heartbreak over this unimaginable crime. "This was a horrific and unthinkable crime," she shared. "My heart breaks for Nahla, just imagining what she was forced to endure. Given the current state of the law in Ohio, ensuring that this defendant will be locked up for the rest of her life represents the best possible outcome we could hope for."

It is a tragedy that a young and innocent life was taken in such a senseless and violent way. This case serves as a reminder to always speak up and report any signs of abuse or neglect to protect the most vulnerable members of our society.

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