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Topic - Lorinda Bailey
Two parents accused of neglecting their four young boys and keeping them in a filthy Denver apartment pleaded not guilty to felony child abuse charges on Thursday.
The Denver apartment where four young, malnourished brothers were living was squalid and filled with an unbearable odor when police checked on their living conditions last month, authorities said.
Lorinda Bailey shouts at members of the media after walking from the Denver Justice Center on the day of the first hearing in her felony child abuse case, in Denver, Tuesday, Oct. 8 2013.
Bailey took her youngest son, age 2, to St. Joseph's Children's Hospital on Sept. 29 for a cut on his forehead that she said happened after a fall.