In Iowa, Xzavier Posey pleaded guilty to child endangerment causing death in connection with the Shaken Baby death of his infant son, Xzavier Posey, Jr.
In Iowa, Xzavier Posey pleaded guilty to child endangerment causing death in connection with the death of his infant son, Xzavier Posey, Jr. The baby died on November 15th as a result of the critical injuries he sustained back in August. Xzavier, Jr. was hospitalized at University Hospitals in Iowa City and had recently returned home when he passed away.
According to legal filings, the baby had sustained rib fractures, brain bleeding and brain damage consistent with Shaken Baby Syndrome.
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