This week, a 6-month-old infant died after her emotionally disturbed mother allegedly threw her out of the window of their apartment in the Bronx. Tenisha Fearon, 27, has been charged with second-degree murder for the death of her daughter Junilah Lawrence on Thursday. As she was escorted to court on Friday, she said she had asked her loved ones for help and been ignored: "I spoke to you and you didn’t listen!" she yelled at her godmother, Louella Hatch.

Hatch, 76, told the News that she was shocked by her words: "She said that she was trying to talk to me, but I don’t know about her sickness," Hatch said. "I don’t understand what she’s talking about. But I love her and that’s what I wanted her to know. I’m going to be there for her."

Neighbors said that Fearon allegedly threw several things out her window before throwing the infant out of the window of her sixth-floor apartment on Tiebout Avenue, near 181st Street, around 1:30 p.m. Thursday. Fearon, who was naked at the time, allegedly screamed, "Hallelujah, praise God, we're all going to die," before dropping the girl. After the arrest, Hatch claimed that Fearon was ranting to cops that "the devil is in her."

It was also revealed yesterday that Fearon was a registered family day care provider from 2013 to 2015. She was allowed to take care of up to six children during the day, and two additional ones before and after school hours: "She took care of a couple of kids, friends' kids, that's what she did, that was her job," Fearon's friend Natasha Williams told DNAInfo.

Steve Flamisch, spokesperson for the Office of Children and Family Services, told the News there were "no complaints or violations" against her. Her license expired at the end of April this year, around the same time that Junilah was born; she never applied to renew it.