The New Jersey woman widely known as “the tanning mom” was sent to a detox facility after allegedly being intoxicated.
The new law stems from a heavily tanned North Jersey woman who was charged with child endangerment last year on allegations she brought her 5-year-old into a tanning booth. A grand jury declined to indict her.
A New Jersey woman widely known as “the tanning mom” is celebrating a grand jury’s refusal to indict her on a charge she unlawfully let her 5-year-old daughter into a tanning booth.
A New Jersey grand jury has refused to indict a woman known widely as the “tanning mom” after being accused of endangering her child by allegedly bringing her into a tanning booth.
Councilman Bill Greenlee says the case last year of a Nutley, New Jersey mother accused of putting her daughter inside a tanning booth was only the most prominent incident of what he believes is a growing problem.
Chris discusses the latest information on the attacks on the Libyan Consulate and the Tanning Mom’s accusations that Mitt Romney has a fake tan. He talks to Gary Levitt from Penn Staters for Responsible Stewardship, Joan Doyle from the Doylestown Council about their breastfeeding ordinance, former Governor of New Hampshire, John Sununu, and Comedian Jimmy Shubert.
Authorities have referred the case of the New Jersey mother accused of taking her young daughter into a tanning booth to a grand jury.
Chris talks to Lawyer Gregory Gianforcaro on the latest in the Jerry Sandusky trial, Matthew Pestronk about his company’s dispute with unions, CBS Philly’s Spike Eskin on Flyers, Sixers, and Phillies all losing last night, and former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty about Rick Santorum’s endorsement of Mitt Romney.
A Connecticut novelty company is selling a “tanorexic” action figure based on a deeply tanned New Jersey mother accused of causing skin burns to her young daughter in a tanning booth.