• You must be logged in to see or use the chatbox

Sugar Cookie

Veteran Member
Bold Member!
The death of a baby in Midland Beach last spring has been ruled a homicide, as a result of a drug overdose.

The lifeless body of 1-year-old Bianca Abdul was discovered by her mother on the morning of March 20, inside their home on the 100 block of Moreland Street.

The child died as a result of acute intoxication caused by the combined effects of morphine and diazepam, an anti-anxiety medication similar to Valium, according to the office of the city's Medical Examiner.

It was uncertain as of Tuesday whether the Richmond County District Attorney's Office would file charges in connection with the findings, as police said the incident remained an active investigation.

The cause of death was ominously predicted and feared by Abdul's mother during an exclusive interview with the Advance in April.

Struggling through tears, Leila Wade, 38, told an Advance reporter she feared her baby had ingested an Embeda, a mix of morphine and naltrexone, which was prescribed by a local doctor for a head injury years prior.

"That amount for a 15-pound baby, you're going to sleep," she said. "You're going to sleep with no pain... there's no crying out, it's an immediate.."

She said the child could have found a pill that had been dropped into the carpet and swallowed it. She also described the morning she found her daughter's body in the Pack 'n Play.

"I picked her up and I knew she was dead," said Wade. "I looked in her eyes and I tried to do CPR...but in her eyes I knew that she was dead and cold."

Within days of Bianca's death, the Administration for Children's Services removed Wade's 12-year-old daughter, who subsequently was placed in foster care.

It was the second time the older daughter had been removed from Wade, who told the Advance she was a prior victim of domestic violence and has been subjected to multiple home-visits by child care investigators.

The day after Bianca's death, her visibly distraught father was arrested outside of the home for unrelated charges. He later told the Advance he had gone to the home to grieve, despite an order of protection on behalf of a neighbor and a history of domestic violence that police said had occurred in front of the Bianca.


Don't like ads? Then help out the site and GO BOLD!


The above average, average girl
Bold Member!
This bitch...

She said the child could have found a pill that had been dropped into the carpet and swallowed it.
You drop a pill when you have children, or even pets YOU FUCKING SCOUR THE CARPET LIKE A CRACKHEAD TIL YOU FIND IT... for obvious reasons. Biggest being the possibility of a dead baby..

From http://www.silive.com/news/2017/06/post_1596.html
"I said, 'there's nothing I did wrong. Why are you persecuting me? Why are you f------ with me... I just held my dead baby in my arms."
You fucking ignorant pity party slore!!! Your sweet baby girl died from an overdose to your dropped pill, cuz your high lazy ass didn't find it (or even notice???) when you dropped it.

Don't like ads? Then help out the site and GO BOLD!

Don't like ads? Then help out the site and GO BOLD!


Veteran Member
Bold Member!
It was certainly an interesting coincidence that the child was found in the morning. I'm sure that couldn't possibly have been that her loving mother was just trying to get her to sleep. :sarcasm:

Don't like ads? Then help out the site and GO BOLD!

Just Rose

Well-Known Member
Question is if it fell on floor and child in play pen
How did she get it ??
I think your right SATANICA !

Don't like ads? Then help out the site and GO BOLD!

Sugar Cookie

Veteran Member
Bold Member!
A Staten Island mom whose baby daughter took a fatal dose of painkillers faces manslaughter charges in the tot's death, police said Monday.

Leila Wade, 39, was busted Monday night, accused of letting her 1-year-old daughter, Bianca Abdul, get her hands on one of her prescribed painkillers last year.

Bianca's family found the little girl lifeless in her playpen on March 20, 2017.

Wade called 911. Bianca's body temperature was 70 degrees and she had signs of rigor mortis when cops found her, police sources said.

In October, the city medical examiner's office ruled Bianca's death a homicide, concluding she died of an overdose of morphine and diazepam.

Wade awaits arraignment on charges of manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide, reckless endangerment and child endangerment.

"I am glad justice has finally been served. I hope they throw the book at her," Bianca's father, Joseph Abdul, told the Daily News Monday. "Bianca, you will always be missed. Daddy loves you."

Joseph Abdul didn't live at the home and hadn't seen his daughter for a week before her death, police sources said. Wade had an order of protection against him, and when he showed up distraught at the scene the day of her death, police cuffed him and took him into custody.

Wade initially told investigators that Bianca tripped and hit her head on the living room coffee table three days earlier, but seemed fine the next day.

Bianca's family had been the subject of seven prior child abuse complaints. Some were deemed unfounded, but child welfare officials found credible an allegation of drug abuse against Wade in April 2015, sources said.

The following March, someone alleged drug use and inadequate supervision in the home, and that complaint was "indicated," meaning Child Protective Services found enough evidence to support the allegation that a child had been abused or neglected, sources said.

Wade's 12-year-old daughter was previously removed from the home but had been allowed to return, sources said. That girl has since been placed in a foster home, sources said.

Don't like ads? Then help out the site and GO BOLD!

Don't like ads? Then help out the site and GO BOLD!

Muriel Schwenck

polyracial ecosexual
Bold Member!
That little tyke never had a chance .
Fuck that "daddy loves you" bullshit. Not enough to control himself and settle down for his child. Same goes for mom.

Don't like ads? Then help out the site and GO BOLD!

Turd Fergusen

Trusted Member
Bold Member!
Staten Island mom convicted in opioid death of 14-month-old daughter
A Staten Island mother was convicted of causing the death of her 14-month-old daughter, who overdosed from opioids in 2017.

Leila Wade, 39, pleaded guilty to manslaughter in Staten Island Supreme Court for the death of 14-month-old daughter Bianca Abdul, Staten Island District Attorney Michael McMahon said on Tuesday.

Don't like ads? Then help out the site and GO BOLD!

Don't like ads? Then help out the site and GO BOLD!