Daddy Long Neck’s baby son discharged from child abuse charges


Daddy Longneck’s 9-month-old son has been discharged from hospital after being abused by his mother’s new boyfriend.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Dad long neck update on baby’s health

According to recent reports, daddy long-necked baby David Alfredo Samuelson Lopez was discharged from hospital over the weekend.

David is currently living in foster care and is recovering. Although TMZ reported that he was doing much better with the kid.

Daddy Long Neck, whose real name is David Samuelson Jr, has given worried fans the news about his child’s health.

He confirmed that the baby no longer had to feed in the tube and was giggled and active much more.

He also noted that health officials are still uncertain whether infants will be lastingly affected by the ordeal. But Dad Long Neck admitted that his son was making progress day by day.

Daddy Long Neck’s newborn baby has been admitted to hospital for child abuse.

Earlier this month, it was reported that Daddy Longneck’s son was taken to a hospital in Los Angeles after being brutally beaten.

Subsequently, reports claimed that the newborn suffered a skull fracture and cerebral hemorrhage.

Daddy Long Neck was in Michigan when the baby’s mother informed her son’s condition. Also, the viral sensation on social media didn’t waste time heading to Los Angeles.

The 23-year-old from Michigan has been on Instagram all night to share updates on his son’s condition.

He said, ‘My son can open his eyes a little more. He sees me.’

In addition, Daddy Longneck said a social worker said during the flight that a former lover had been detained for assaulting the child.

The Montebello Police Department said the assailant was identified as Damian Obeso.

Police said they received a call from a nearby hospital saying the baby was seriously injured.

Detectives eventually arrested Obeso and charged him with child abuse, seriously injuring him. However, it was later revealed that he had been released on bail. Nevertheless, Obesso is due to be charged on September 28.

Meanwhile, DLN noted that daddy Longneck could visit his foster son. Although it has recently been reported that internet personalities are looking for a legal way to get full custody of a newborn baby.

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