ELMO, MT – Parents of 8-month-old Citronella Shreda announced that she was in fact one of the parties named in a sealed document to be released Friday. The document presents the findings of a months-long inquest into growth- and performance-enhancing substances provided to small children by their parents, relatives and child care providers.
Shreda faced minutes of grueling questioning in the hearing, but refused to provide a single answer. Her parents have also declined comment, only saying through a prepared statement that they “want what’s best” for their daughter.
The family has set up a legal defense fund, with which they hope to provide a better future for Citronella.