B.C. woman accused of putting glue in nephew's ears
Wei Wang, 38, has been charged with aggravated assault
A Richmond, B.C., woman has been charged with aggravated assault for allegedly putting glue in her infant nephew's ears.
According to a search warrant, a seven-week-old infant identified only as Baby Y was brought into a local hospital in February, crying and upset because of glue found in and around his ears.
The baby lived in a home with his parents and their extended family. Several family members claimed the sister-in-law Wei Wang was jealous of Baby Y because she had two daughters.
They claimed that in Chinese culture males were valued higher than females, and that Wang allegedly said she wouldn't receive any inheritance if she didn't produce a son.
The victim's father also claimed he'd found a needle stuck in his son's car seat a few weeks earlier.
Three tubes of glue were found in the laundry room, one of them opened.
Police interviewed Wang, 38, who claimed she was happy with her two girls and denied putting glue in Baby Y’s ears.
Wang is scheduled to appear in B.C. provincial court today.