In the wake of the news of a mass shooting at Oxford High School on Tuesday, Jennifer Crumbley, the suspect’s mother, texted him.
“Ethan, don’t do it,” Jennifer Crumbley warned.
This, along with a few other new, disturbing allegations were revealed about the deadly rampage, as charges were filed against the teen’s parents, James and Jennifer Crumbley.
Earlier this week, Ethan Crumbley, 15, a student at Oxford High School, was charged with shooting to death his classmates.
Both parents have been charged with four counts of involuntary manslaughter.
Both will be arraigned via video on Friday afternoon in Rochester Hills District Court 52-3.
So Who Is Jennifer Crumbley
Jennifer Crumbley, 43, is the second wife of James R. Crumbley, 45, and they have one son together, Ethan.
Crumbley has lived in different parts of Washington, USA including Issaquah and Renton and in different parts of Florida, USA including Jacksonville, Fort Myers and West Palm Beach.
In 1996, she graduated from Clarkston High School in Clarkston ,she earned her associate’s degree in business management and marketing from Northwestern Michigan College in Traverse City.
In 2006, she gave birth to her son Ethan Crumbley.
The family lives in a small house in Oxford, Michigan, not far from Oxford High School, where the mass shootings took place.
According to reports, Jennifer Crumbley is a real estate agent in the area.
They are regarded as active members of the gun law movement, despite the fact that they did not express their political affiliation.
Jennifer wrote the following in her 2016 open letter to then-President-elect Donald Trump:
“Mr. Trump, I think it’s really great that you’re a bad speaker because it shows sincerity and humility. You changed your mind and said ‘So what?’ You made the famous “grab her in the pussy” comment, did that offend me? No. I keep saying things that people get wrong, I don’t always mean them. Do I agree that you should do it? [sic]Your tax returns shown? No. I don’t care what you do or what you don’t pay in taxes, I think that’s personal and if the government can’t lock someone up with over $ 10,000 in unpaid taxes and you slip through, that shows the corruption. “