MI mom who ignored deal to vaccinate son loses primary custody

MI mom who ignored deal to vaccinate son loses primary custody

MI mom who ignored deal to vaccinate son loses primary custody

"It's been a rough few days to say the least", she added. She said to The Washington Post, "I can't give in against my own religious belief".

Rebecca Bredow was jailed for seven days for refusing to vaccinate her son.

"It was the worst five days of my life, except for the fact that I just found out that he was vaccinated and I'm not going to get him back today", Bredow said.

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When Bredow was first issued to court order last month, giving her seven days to vaccinate her son or face jail time, she defiantly told local news station WXYZ: "I would rather sit behind bars standing up for what I believe in, than giving in to something I strongly don't believe in".

In court, she said vaccinating her son goes against all of her beliefs, saying parents have the choice to make the right decision based on their knowledge of vaccines. The judge also granted temporary custody to Horne and ordered the boy to be vaccinated.

The child was given four immunizations Monday, after Bredow's ex-husband was granted shared custody, according to the AP.

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Parents in MI are legally allowed to skip or delay their children's vaccinations due to personal beliefs, according to the BBC. He told the Detroit Free Press that Bredow had been the primary custodian but the judge approved a recommendation for an evenly split custody on Wednesday. She said she will do that. Her attorney plans to appeal. Bredow's case is about her refusal to follow court orders she previously agreed to, according to the judge.

"I am an educated vaccine-choice mother and I have signed vaccine waivers and have been fully compliant with all state laws for both of my children for every school year", Bredow said before the sentencing hearing last week.

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