A FLORIDA mother who allegedly drowned her son before walking into a lake naked reportedly has mental health issues and is obsessed with "some kind of witchcraft."
Police allege that Labreaunne Wilson, 26, drowned her 6-year-old son last Wednesday in Lake Tyler, near the Key Suites where she had been staying.
Wilson's mother Elandia Green, found her grandson, Avion Borner dead in a bathtub at the extended stay hotel, Crime Online reported.
Surveillance cameras reportedly captured Wilson pulling her son across the street towards the lake.
The cameras reportedly filmed Wilson going back to the hotel shortly after before returning to the lake 30 minutes later.
Orange County police say she is seen on camera carrying her son's body over her shoulder back to the hotel.
Wilson left the hotel once again and returned to the nearby lake where witnesses say she took off her clothes and walked into the water naked.
WESH reported that the mother kept saying "God forgive me" and "444" while refusing to get out of the lake.
She was eventually removed from the lake by Orange County Fire Rescue members.
Crime Online reported that water deputies over heard Wilson say, "I think I killed my child."
Wilson is facing murder charges in connection with her son's death.
Avion was pronounced dead at the hospital after Green and a complex manager reportedly found him.
Green said her daughter has mental issues and has been dealing with them since she was a child.
She also revealed Wilson has undergone treatment for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder and recently became obsessed with some kind of witchcraft.
"She loved her child," Green said. "She's not this person that everybody's trying to put on her. That's not her. She does have mental issues, she's been having those for a very long time, since she was 10."
Green said her daughter's obsession with witchcraft may have played a role in the death, however authorities have yet to reveal a motive.
Green set up a GoFundMe page to help raise funds for her grandson's burial and funeral arrangements.
"He was an amazing little brother, outgoing loving child, he loved Spider-Man, going to the movies & popcorn," Green wrote on the page. "He loved his family to the fullest, he was always smiling & such a loving boy, he will be missed my his father, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, step brothers & sisters, friends family & loved ones."
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