The arrest of the daughter of a famous baseball star. She gave birth in a forest and left her baby to suffer in the cold

The daughter of baseball legend Dennis Eckersley has been arrested for 'endangering the safety of a child'.

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The arrest of the daughter of a famous baseball star

In a shocking turn of events, the police apprehended Dennis Eckersley’s daughter who had just given birth to her child inside an abandoned tent in the middle of a forest. She refused to divulge her exact location when questioned by law enforcement.

In Manchester, New Hampshire, the police released a statement confirming that they had responded to an incident involving a woman who gave birth in an icy tent while in the forest. Unfortunately though, she directed them to the wrong location.

Although it’s uncertain who the woman is, a recent report from the American New York Post made clear that she is in fact Alexandra Eckersley, age 26 and adopted daughter of baseball super star Dennis Eckersley.

After an intensive hour-long search of the premises, law enforcement located a child barely breathing and exposed to hazardous weather conditions in a dilapidated tent close to the Piscatquag River. The minor was rushed for medical attention at a nearby hospital.

The young woman was taken into custody for “endangering the safety of a child,” and then officially accused of committing a felony due to her irresponsible actions.

Drugs.. and bipolar disorder

in 2019, Alexandra’s family neglected to provide her with the necessary treatment and assistance that she needed after becoming addicted to drugs. Additionally, Alexandra was also struggling from depression, bipolar disorder and anxiety as reported in “Concord Monitor”.

Denise Eckersley

It is noteworthy that Alexandra’s father rose to prominence in his football career between 1975 and 1998, making him one of the most celebrated baseball players in America. Furthermore, he went on to work as a sports commentator after retiring from the game.

In 2004, Dennis Eckersley was inducted into the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame after playing 24 seasons. Nicknamed “Ike,” Eckersley is now 68 years old..

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