Who is Kei’mere Marshall? Biography, Kei’mere Marshall Wiki
Kei’mere Marshall died in July after his mother’s boyfriend Anthony Love allegedly beat him multiple times. Kei’mere was at home alone with Love on July 11 while the boy’s mother Andrea Lipton was at work at Burger King.
A Rochester mother whose boyfriend is facing murder charges in the death of her son has been charged with manslaughter, accused of failing to help her son as he was dying.
When Lipton came home from work, Kei’mere was reportedly injured and unconscious. According to the WHAM report, police say Lipton delayed calling for help, and by the time emergency responders arrived, Kei’mere was not breathing.
The 3-year-old boy was placed on life support at the hospital but died three days later.
Lipton’s living boyfriend Anthony Love was arrested and charged with murder and manslaughter, WHAM reported. He has since denied the charges. According to the news station, Love had a previous conviction of robbery and was on parole in January.
The exact circumstances of the death of the young child are not yet known.
“The police say the damage to her body could only be caused by a terrible car accident,” said Love’s nephew, WHAM, who asked not to be identified.
“Things don’t add up. Only my uncle knows and knows,” said the niece.
Before Kei died, there were warning signs that he was not safe at home.
Lipton has another son from his ex-partner Elliot Morris, who petitioned the CPS after his son Blessing had a bruising eye while living with Lipton. Morris was able to get his son out of the house, but said the family was worried about Kei’mere, whom he called “Moochie” and wished he could do more to protect the child’s safety.
“Especially after I had to get my son out of the situation and couldn’t get Moochie out because he wasn’t my son … that’s playing with me so far,” Morris told WHAM.
The CPS, reportedly unrelated to Morris’ complaint, according to the WHAM report, launched an investigation this spring after Kei’s mother had bruises allegedly responsible for falling down the stairs.
It is unclear what the outcome of the CPS investigation is. Thalia Wright, Human Services Commissioner for Monroe County, made a statement to the news station.
“As a result of the heartbreaking death of 3-year old Kei’mere Marshall and as with any case of this severity, Monroe County CPS has conducted an internal assessment of our open cases and is continuing our ongoing work with local professionals at Bivona Child Advocacy Center, the University of Rochester Medical Center and the New York State Office of Children and Family Services. Child Protective Services is required to conduct an investigation any time there is a suspicious death of a child. However, by law, we are not allowed to comment on open investigations, whether it is related to a current or previous CPS ca
Lipton is in custody in Monroe County Jail and is due back in court on August 24.