Carsyn Davis, 16, died of COVID-19 just two days before her 17th birthday. Reportedly the teen’s mother made her high-risk daughter attend a “COVID-19 Party” held at their church.
Raw Story reports that the girl’s mother decided to treat her at home after she began displaying symptoms. She treated her with an unproven drug that had been touted by Donald Trump.
Former Florida data scientist Rebekah Jones has detailed shocking claims in a medical examiner’s report about Carsyn’s illness.
For the past two weeks, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement investigated Carsyn’s death in a medical examiner’s report. The report showed that Carole Brunton Davis, Carsyn’s mother, had taken her daughter to a church event back on June 10. The reports stated that the mother intentionally exposed her immunocompromised daughter to the coronavirus.
Carsyn had survived cancer at the age of 2.
At the church, reports say that over 100 children without face masks attended the event.
After Carsyn developed headaches, sinus pressure, and a deep cough her mother gave her azithromycin, an anti-bacterial drug that has no known benefits for fighting COVID-19, Jones states in her report.
After her mother stated her daughter looked “gray” she put her on her grandfather’s oxygen machine.
Carole Brunton Davis’ Facebook page was filled with QAnon conspiracy theories, anti-vaccine, and coronavirus misinformation. Her Facebook page has since been taken down.
Davis then gave her daughter hydroxychloroquine, an antimalarial drug touted as a cure for COVID-19 by Donald Trump. Her daughter’s conditioned worsened.
Finally, Davis made the decision to take her daughter to the hospital, but once there refused to allow intubation. Jones writes that by the time Davis made the decision to bring her daughter to the hospital it was already too late.
On June 20 the hospital started plasma therapy, but Carsyn’s cardio-respiratory system was too seriously damaged. Carsyn died June 22.
“We are incredibly saddened by her passing at this young age, but are comforted that she is pain-free,” Davis told a local newspaper after her daughter’s death.
Davis then told the newspaper that her daughter was a patriotic Christian who was involved with Operation Christmas Child and organized Christmas card writing for the Troops.
“Though she never wanted anything for herself, she was always making or buying gifts for others,” Davis added.
A GoFundMe account has been set up by a friend of the family and according to the page, which is trying to raise $55,000, Carole Brunton Davis will be the beneficiary of those funds.