A shocking video surfaced on YouTube and showed Judge William Adams allegedly delivering his daughter, who suffers from ataxic cerebral palsy, with a belt beating and verbal barrage of threats.
After all the outpour of rage and concern from the general public over the video, it was hoped and thought that if the girl’s father appeared on the disturbing video that he would have some sort of explanation or apology. He certainly did.
Video: Judge is filmed beating his 16-year-old daughter with a belt.
During the interview, the judge did not apologize for his actions. He intead described the video from 2004 as “not as bad as it looks on tape.” even though the disabled girl was visibly shaken, beaten with doubled belts, lashed over 20 times, cried out in pain, was told to ‘turn over and take it like a woman’ and threatened to be beaten in her ‘f***ing face’ if she did not turn over on her stomach and reveal her backside for a whipping.
Judge William Adams has allegedly stated this entire ordeal is due to his daughter being ‘mad because I’ve ordered her to bring the car back, in a nutshell. Her mother was there, she wasn’t hurt.. it was a long time ago.. I really don’t want to get into this right now because as you can see my life’s been made very difficult over this child.”
It should be noted that Judge William Adam’s wife, the other of the child beaten in the video, divorced him and sources claim ‘emotional abuse’ as a causal factor.
This was allegedly a post by the former Mrs. Adams made on Facebook, about her daughter and the family situation surrounding this case:
“I am praying for my daughters and me and my family to heal in all ways from emotional and physical abuse, for the current and continuing abuse of my children and me that has been ongoing to end – starting now — for my daughters to both finally be able to go to counseling both individually and as a family group with their Dad’s approval, encouragement, involvement and support, for him to finally make amends to all of us, talk openly with us, and take the first steps to letting our broken family heal.”