The mother of a three-month-old boy was forced into giving birth to a baby boy who was born prematurely, and his mother had to give up her job to raise him.
Rita Zuckerman, 39, of South Hills, New Jersey, was working as a nurse in a hospital in her early 40s when she went into labor last month.
The newborn boy was born at 11:30 p.m. on May 2, according to a police report.
A hospital spokesperson told the Associated Press that Zuckermans son was born “at a premature age, and the mother is still caring for the newborn.”
The baby boy is now 5 months old.
Zuckerman told the AP that she was not forced to work, but that her mother was not able to get the hospital to take care of the baby, which means the baby would have to be fed and cared for by her at home.
The family said in a statement that Zucks baby was born by cesarean section and that she did not want to have another baby.
The Associated Press also reported that ZUCKERS son, who is a month old, has “mental retardation” and that his mother, who has a learning disability, was unable to help him learn and communicate.ZUCKERMAN’S EX-HOUSE HOLDER REPORTS HER TO BE A HOMELESS AND BULLYING VICTIMS Source The Jerusalem Mail article In an interview with the Jerusalem Post, the mother of an Israeli man who was beaten and left to die in a jail cell, who did not speak to the media, said she was humiliated and bullied by the jailer and that her ex-husband was the perpetrator.
According to the report, Rita Zuckman, the woman’s husband, said he had been threatened by prison authorities that he would be killed if he didn’t leave her alone in the jail.
He said he was allowed to speak to his ex-wife, who said he is afraid to leave the house and has had mental problems.
She told the Post that Zuckinger had threatened to beat him up for not paying her child support, and that he said she would take his children and leave them at her parents home.
Zuckererman said she tried to speak out about the incident with the police, but was told to go back to work and told not to talk to the press.
She told the newspaper that she has since filed a police complaint.
The woman, who works as a nursing assistant at the hospital, told the paper that she is now facing threats to her safety, and said she has filed a complaint with the prison authorities and the jail officials.
The Post said the woman also had received threatening phone calls.
The man was released from the prison on Tuesday.