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Tuesday, May 31, 2016

MOTHER OF THE 4-YEAR OLD BOY WHO FELL IN THE GORRILA CAGE SPEAK OUT ABOUT THE INCIDENT & SNAP BACK AT FOLKS CRITICIZING HER PARENTING...{Photos/Video}


Mom and dad: Deonne Dickerson and Michelle Gregg are the parents of the four-year-old boy who fell into the gorilla enclosure housing Harambe on Saturday at Cincinnati Zoo

So by now we all have seen or heard about the recorded incident of the 4-year old boy who fell inside a cage with a 400-pound gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo resulted in the death of 17-year-old silverback gorilla. Well the Mother is speaking out about the incident and snap back against online critics who are criticizing her parenting... See what she said inside.

Doting: Isiah Dickerson with his father Deonne. The family released a statement saying that he was not badly injured and thanking God for his help


The mother of the 4-year-old boy who fell into the gorilla cage at the Cincinnati Zoo on SaturdayMichelle Gregg defended herself in a now-deleted Facebook post, writing: 

"God protected my child until the authorities were able to get to him. My son is safe and was able to walk away with a concussion and a few scrapes... no broken bones or internal injuries."



The boy's mother wrote a Facebook post saying her son suffered a concussion and a few scrapes. She defended her role as a parent and called the incident an accident




Plus Gregg hubby baby Moms also took to the media to posted about the incident on Facebook on Sunday, saying she got a call from them after the incident:


(Facebook)




In the comments on the post, the woman wrote what Gregg told her about the incident - via facebook
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(Facebook)


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Now there a  Justice for the Gorilla facebook page created: Check It Out HERE  ... more pics below...



The small child said he wanted to get in the water before the incident, to which his mother, who was also watching several other children, replied: 'No, you're not, no, you're not,' according to one witness

A special zoo response team shot and killed a 17-year-old gorilla named Harambe to protect a four-year-old who fell in the enclosure. But new video footage shows the two briefly holding hands (pictured) 

Witnesses said the gorilla looked like he was trying to protect the boy from panicked bystanders (pictured)




There also facebook page set up to Support Michelle Gregg CLICK HERE to Join!

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