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Kiara Mayne EstrightKiara Mayne Estright (pictured) has been found guilty of aggravated assault, endangering the welfare of a child, as well as simple assault and reckless endangerment for breaking nine of her baby son’s bones over a six-month span, reports Reading Eagle.

The child suffered the injuries between the ages of 15 to 22 months old.

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Reportedly, the child sustained a bleeding skull fracture, two fractures to the same leg, a broken collarbone, broken arm, broken hand and three fractured ribs while living with Estright. The toddler, who was placed in a foster home by the state, has not suffered any further injuries.

During her trial, the young mom stated the following reason to a court of jurors for her son’s constant injuries: “He was always running around. I let him be a boy.  He was very active and very curious.”

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After hearing all of the testimonies, a jury deliberated for four hours and found Estright guilty. She was taken to Berks County Prison in lieu of $75,000 bail and will be sentenced at a later date.

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