A mother accused of abusing and starving her 13-year-old daughter to death is back in jail after she violated a no-contact order with one of her other children, the Skagit County Prosecutor's Office said.
Thirteen-year-old Hana Williams died of hypothermia after she was starved and abused, according to the prosecutor. But during a 911 call, her adoptive mother claimed it was the girl's own self-destructive attitude that led to her death.
The adoptive parents of a girl who died of hypothermia in May systematically withheld food from the girl, forced her to use an outdoor portable toilet and sometimes locked her in a dark closet for days, according to court documents released Friday.
The Skagit County coroner has ruled than an adopted 13-year-old girl died of hypothermia in her own backyard. It happened in May, but police and Child Protective Services are still investigating, and now, so are the KOMO Problem Solvers.