OKC woman who used witch persona in child abuse sentenced to three life terms

An Oklahoma City woman who terrorized her 7-year-old granddaughter by dressing as a witch named “Nelda” was sentenced Thursday to three consecutive life terms in prison.

Geneva S. Robinson, 51, had previously pleaded guilty to five counts of felony child abuse, admitting to scratching the girl’s neck, striking her in the face, hitting her with a rolling pin on the hand and cutting her hair while she slept.

Oklahoma County District Judge Michele McElwee chose the punishment.

During the sentencing, Assistant District Attorney Merydith Easter told the judge about the “house of horrors” the victim lived in for months in 2014.

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