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Published:October 15th, 2015 09:41 EST

Mom Tried to Smuggle Meth to Jailed Daughter in Tampons

By Robert Paul Reyes

"Brandi Lynn Miller needed help, so she did what many daughters would do: She called her mom. The only problem was Miller was behind bars and she wanted some meth. 

Her 53-year-old mother soon came to her rescue. In March, the mom stuffed prescription drugs into two tampon applicators and taped them to the back of a toilet bowl at a Gresham dental office where her daughter had gotten special permission for treatment. Deputies escorted Miller to the appointment.

Miller planned to ask for a bathroom break, conceal the contraband inside her body and return to jail, authorities said.

But the scheme unraveled after the bundle came loose, rolled onto the restroom floor and deputies discovered it, according to a Multnomah County Sheriff`s Office report."

Oregon Live

If a child breaks the law and is incarcerated, we don`t abandon her.  She will always be in our thoughts and prayers, we will visit her as often as possible, and we might even bring her a care package. Perhaps we would include a Bible, personal hygiene products and some snacks.

But that`s not how trailer park citizens roll, as you shall see ...

After two months of being locked up for identity theft, Brandi Lynn Miller called her dear mother begging for meth.

Her 53-year-old mother responded in typical white trash fashion, she smuggled meth and oxycodone to her incarcerated daughter by hiding the drugs in tampons. I hope she at least had enough common sense not to use dirty tampons.

The mother was sentenced to 30 days in jail, and 8 months was added to Brandi`s sentence for her role in the smuggling attempt.

Let`s hope mother and daughter will go to rehab when they are released from jail.

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