Gabriela Perero, 53, allegedly beat her mother to death after learning she was not in her will.
(Broward Sherriff’s Office)
A 53-year-old Florida woman who allegedly beat her mother to death after discovering she had outside of her will, reportedly described the attack on the police for telling them she’d come to terms with her likely fate: “I think I’m going to prison.”
Gabriela Perero was Friday arrested and accused of premeditated murder, and aggravated battery on a person 65 years of age or older, Broward County arrest records show.
“I think I’m going to jail, I beat my mother,” Sun-Sentinel reported Perero told the police as her mother lay ill-treatment and the death. “I pushed her down, grabbed her and tore the skin of her arm.”
Luisa Perero, 85, was reportedly attacked after Gabriela was “furious” her brothers and sisters received an inheritance and that she did not, in spite of Gabriela to have taken care of her sick mother.
The two lived together in the 600 block of Tennis Club Drive in Fort Lauderdale for the fatal confrontation, Gabriela reportedly told authorities.
Luisa briefly a pulse, but was eventually pronounced dead at Broward Health Medical Center, Sun-Sentinel reported.
Gabriela Perero was denied bond and is awaiting trial.
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