A MUM who dodged jail for starving her newborn son has now killed her baby daughter after she choked to death in her car seat, police say.
Summer Rose Kazzee, 22, was arrested on negligent homicide last Thursday over the death of nine-month-old Lucy Weber.
Kazzee reportedly strapped Lucy into her modified car seat in a bid to make her go to sleep in August.
She claims she left Lucy "rocking herself to sleep" as she went to the living room on the other side of the house.
Kazzee, who dodged jail in 2016 after letting her newborn son starve, said that when she checked on Lucy 90 minutes later she was rocking and "clapping her hands".
The mum said she when she checked on Lucy 30 minutes later she found her unconscious with "the thing", which refers to the seat's top buckle, in her baby girl's throat.
The police who were called to the scene noticed a blanket in the car seat and the mum reportedly confessed to used it to tie the seat's bottom buckle so Lucy "would not mess with it".
Kazzee allegedly made the dangerous modification to the car seat despite admitting Lucy had never opened the bottom buckle herself.
She also now faces an allegation of breaching probation conditions set after she starved her son, The Sentinel-Record reported.
Kazzee was jailed for three years, but later put on parole, after her son was rushed to hospital in July 2016 weighing less than when he was born.
The mum and her partner Kody Weber insisted they fed the boy, who was not Weber's son, and that his illness was beyond their control.
Jurors agreed with a doctor who said the baby's condition was a result of "external causes" such as not being fed enough.
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Weber pleaded guilty and was sentenced to six years in jail for role in the baby's death.
Doctors were able to save the little boy, and his health dramatically improved after he was placed in foster care.
Weber is due to be arraigned on the homicide charge in next week and is being held in jail without bond until then.
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