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Boy, 2, ‘beaten to death by mom’s boyfriend’ suffered cigarette burns, missing teeth and brain bleed’

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THE BOYFRIEND of a mother who was charged with murdering her two-year-old son last year has now been charged with murder, child cruelty and aggravated battery.

In October of 2019, Connor Pittman, 2, was brought to a hospital in Georgia with a broken jaw, missing teeth, bruises and cuts on his face, cigarette burns and bleeding in his brain.

Coweta County Sheriff’s Office

Trinity Grace Pittman was charged with her son’s murder last year[/caption]

Pittman died at the hospital and his mother, Trinity Grace Pittman, was charged with murder, Crime Online reported.

Authorities now believe, her boyfriend, Jeremy Davis, was also responsible for his death.

Davis, 25, has been charged with murder, child cruelty and aggravated battery.

Authorities believe Davis allegedly beat Connor while he was taking care of him when Pittman was at work.

Crime Online reported that Connor’s wounds were consistent with physical abuse that took place over time.

Coweta County Sheriff’s Office

Authorities now believe Jeremy Davis, was also responsible for Connor’s death[/caption]

Davis has been accused of breaking Connor’s jaw and worsening existing brain damage including internal bleeding.

Pittman originally claimed Connor fell from a trampoline.

In October, Davis was watching Connor while Pittman was at work and sent her a photo of her soon eating a snack around 7p.m, according to court records.

That same night, Connor developed breathing problems and was taken to the hospital after Davis tried to administer CPR.

Court records show that due to the injuries of his jaw, “there was no way a child could attempt to eat with such a massive wound to his mouth and face.”


This could suggest the injuries happened after the photo was sent.

Police haven’t discovered how Davis allegedly hit Connor or if he used something to hit him, Crime Online reported.

The couple is currently held in jail without bond.

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