A father Kerrod Frahm has been charged with manslaughter for failing to assist his kid after he was bitten by a snake in Australia.
A Dad has been charged with manslaughter after the death of his 11-year-old son from a snake bite.
Police have charged Kerrod Frahm, 31, with neglecting to seek medical attention for Tristan Frahm after the child was mauled by the reptile in Australia. Police claim that when his kid was bitten, Frahm disregarded his son’s accusation rather than taking it seriously.
In November 2021, they were in Murgon, Queensland, visiting a friend when Tristian begged for assistance. Frahm was charged on Tuesday after a 12-month investigation. Tristian allegedly informed Frahm that he had been bitten by a snake before the father and son retired to bed.
Tristian then got out of bed in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom, and the next morning, The Courier Mail reported that his dead corpse had been discovered outdoors. Tristian’s bereaved family and friends paid homage to him after his passing and called him a “little hero.”
His aunt wrote:
“I’m so beyond lost for words and the heartbreak is unimaginable. ” I’m still in disbelief. I couldn’t be any luckier to have had a nephew like you. “Thank you for making me an aunty. I love you more than I ever thought possible. “I’m missing you more and more every minute. There’ll be a you-sized hole in my heart forever.”
On December 6, Frahm is set to appear before Murgon Magistrates Court.
Kerrod Frahm is 31 years old. He holds an Australian nationality and he belongs to the white ethnic group.