Texan Nicholas Williams Jailed After Beating Toddler To Death For Eating Her Own Feces
The nice looking fellow pictured here is 22-year-old Nicholas Williams, who apparently takes the phrase “Eat Shit and Die” literally. Williams was jailed Friday after he allegedly spanked his 2-year-old daughter to death for eating feces.
Last Monday, Austin police were dispatched following a 911 call reporting that a little girl wasn’t breathing and had possibly suffered a seizure. When police arrived, they found Williams holding the unresponsive girl.
The little girl, identified as Alaney Williams, was taken to Dell Children’s Medical center where efforts to revive her failed. She was pronounced dead a short time later.
According to Williams, during questioning by authorities, he “lightly spanked” Alaney after he found her eating her own feces. He stated that he noticed that her lips had turned purple, but thought it was be “she knew she would be in trouble” and began to cry.
Williams later changed his story, during a second interview session. He stated that he was changing Alaney’s diaper when he set the diaper down and left the room. Upon his return, he found that Alaney had gotten into the diaper and began eating her feces. As punishment, he spanked her 10 times with a leather belt and then put her down for a nap. The next time he checked on her, he claimed to notice blood and vomit on the bed and saw that she wasn’t breathing.
Police interviewed William’s girlfriend who stated that she did not see Williams spanking the child, but heard him yell before delivering four to six smacks. She then heard Williams yell that the little girl’s lips were turning purple.
When the girlfriend entered the bathroom, she was “alarmed” at Alaney’s condition and noticed the child grasping for breath. The woman said that she splashed water on Alaney’s face to revive her and then put her down for a nap. An hour later, the child was found unresponsive.
An autopsy revealed a laceration on the back of the child’s head and numerous bruises covering the child’s face, back, chest, arms and buttocks. The child also suffered extensive soft tissue damage, blunt force trauma and hemorrhaging to various parts of her body – especially in the areas of the child’s head and buttocks.
Williams was booked into jail on a charge of first-degree injury to a child. His bail was set at $40,000.