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In South Florida, police had to pull a naked woman out of the water after she jumped in with her 3-year-old nephew. WPLG says that at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, September 5, Miami police were called to the 400 block of Brickell Avenue because someone had broken a flood light. Naked woman pulled from the bay, is what happened. But how we got here is the big story.

Here’s what went down:

Nataliia Marina, who was 27 years old, her sister, and her sister’s young son were found by a police officer. However, the family ran away toward a nearby sea wall, officials said. During the try, it was said that Marina took off all of her clothes and jumped into the water with the child.

Police make a statement:

At a news meeting, Miami Police Capt. Freddie Cruz said, “It’s just disturbing to see this child put his care in the hands of his aunt.” “She actually threw him into the water with her.”

Officers try to get Marina on a boat, but she fights back by slashing at them with her clothes. In another clip, the naked woman and the boy are trying to swim across the water with their heads just above the surface. Then, the Naked woman pulled from the bay, as well as the 3-year-old. “She was looked at. “I guess it was decided that she was in a normal state of mind and could face charges,” the police captain said. “This is not the way things should be.”

Reporters said that Marina is from Ukraine and was living on the streets of Miami. A police report says that she broke 14 flood lights before she was caught.

She is now being charged with criminal damage and child abuse that didn’t hurt the child too badly. The 27-year-old was also given a ticket for fighting with the police. All because she made a horrible decision.

The Florida Department of Children and Families is in charge of the 3-year-old boy, according to the police. What happened to the sister is unknown.

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