Clay and Sheila Fletcher Plead Not Guilty to Second-Degree Murder
Clay and Sheila Fletcher have pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder in the death of 26-year-old Lacey Fletcher. The Fletchers say they were exposed to COVID and that they were unable to prevent Lacey’s death from happening. The body was found sunken into a couch and had severe malnutrition and sepsis.
Sheila and Clay Fletcher plead not guilty to second-degree murder
Clay and Sheila Fletcher have pleaded not guilty to the second-degree murder of their adult daughter Lacey. The parents were charged with murdering their daughter after she died on May 2. Both parents claimed Lacey had extreme social anxiety and was not well. According to her parents, she hadn’t seen a doctor in 10 years. The two pleaded not guilty in the case and are scheduled to appear in court on September 6.
The parents of a woman who died on their couch have pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder. The district attorney’s office in East Feliciana Parish charged Clay and Sheila Fletcher with the murder of their daughter Lacey Fletcher, aged 12. The victim’s body was found partially naked with maggots and urine.
They claim they had COVID exposure
The parents of a woman who died of COVID and other diseases have defended their actions, claiming that their daughter was exposed to the viruses. The couple did not get medical treatment for their daughter, but instead, they brought her meals from other homes. However, Lacey was not potty trained and often relied on the couch’s hole to relieve herself. The parents considered taking her to a hospital but she refused. The parents cleaned her sores on a regular basis, but the problem persisted.
Clay and Sheila Fletcher, the parents of the late lacey fletcher, were arrested without incident after her death. They were charged with second-degree murder and could receive life sentences if convicted. The cause of death was unclear, but it is likely that COVID exposure played a role in Lacey’s death.
Lacey fletcher’s body was sunken into couch
Lacey Fletcher’s body was found sunken into a hole in her living room couch. Her mother called 911 when she found her daughter, who was 96 pounds, not breathing. The medical examiner determined that she had suffered from a condition known as Locked-in Syndrome. She had lived with her parents for a decade, and it is believed that her illness went undetected.
Lacey Fletcher was 12 years old when she died, and had severe autism and social anxiety. She had seen a physician for the last time when she was 16 years old. Her body was covered in fecal matter, urine, and feces, and her feet were partially covered in dirt. She was also afflicted with extensive bedsores.
She died of sepsis and severe malnutrition
When Lacey Fletcher died of sepsis and severe nutritional deficiency, she was only 12 years old. She had severe autism and social anxiety. She was found dead on a couch in early January. Her parents did not seek medical attention and her body was extremely malnourished. Her weight was only 96 pounds when she died.
Her body weighed 96 pounds when her body was found in early January. Her flesh was rotting and the flesh on her back was raw. Her buttocks and back had large black areas where the skin had disappeared. Her parents did not take her to the doctor for more than a year. The coroner told her parents to take her to a hospital, but her body never received the treatment she needed.
She never complained about her sores
Lacey Fletcher never complained about her sores and never wanted to leave her home, according to her parents. The coroner ruled her death a homicide because she died from chronic neglect. At the time of her death, she weighed only 96 pounds. She had tested positive for COVID-19. Her body was covered in urine, liquid feces, maggots, and insect bites. It appeared that she had been in this situation for at least 12 years.
It was determined that Lacey was infected with COVID-19 and that her pressure ulcers had reached the bone. She had no contact with humans outside her immediate family for many years. She did not use the bathroom, so her sores were not noticeable to anyone except her family members.