A Short, Sweet, & Simple Crime - CHAPTER TWO

Updated on July 3, 2018

CHAPTER TWO - THE REAL HEADLINES



Bailey Isabel Scott was born to Travis Dean Scott and Mary Harper Scott (née Russet.)


Bailey Isabel Scott was diagnosed with depression, post traumatic stress disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder at the age of 8.


By the time she turned 14, she was said to be bipolar as well.


The day before her 15th birthday, her father was brutally murdered in her own home. It was reported as “self defense.”



If you read the news, this is what you would hear.

You want the truth? Because it’s not as black and white.

It’s correct, technically, but it deceives. If you would like the real story, please read on.

Sorry to disappoint, dear readers.



Bailey Isabel Scott was born to Travis Dean Scott and Mary Harper Scott (née Russet.) She was initially put up for adoption but nobody wanted her due the the fact that she may die any day from her mother using drugs and alcohol during her pregnancy.


Bailey Isabel Scott was diagnosed with depression, post traumatic stress disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder at the age of 8. Her mother paid off the psychiatrist a full $2,000 to get official documents and everything. Even the medication. This would be used to drug Bailey’s father.


By the time she turned 14, she was said to be bipolar as well. Her mother needed new medication to give to her father as he was growing a tolerance to it and she was running out. Another $2,000 was payed. The bipolar meds wouldn’t last long, however.


and last but not least…


The day before her 15th birthday, her father was brutally murdered in her own home. It was reported as “self defense.” After her father attempted escaping her home one night, he was attacked by his wife with a knife. She stabbed him in the thigh to stop him, and, after googling “fatal places to put a knife in,” she stabbed him in the heart. Specifically, the superior vena cava. His lungs filled with blood before he died and he was pronounced dead at the scene. Nobody cried, and there was no funeral.


That’s right. I didn’t cry for my murdered father.


I’m not a bad person. I just got misdiagnosed all of those five times..

Mental issues can be genetic. For one, I have ASPD just like my mother. We’re psychopaths. My IQ is 158. My mother’s is 159.


We’re evil geniuses.


© 2018 Alexandra Black

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