Kelly Gant Bio, Biography
Kelly Gant, who is also known as Kelly Renee Turner, is the mother of Olivia Gant. She accused of murdering her 7-year-old daughter, who Make-A-Wish to battle Batman. Kelly is charged with faking that Olivia Gant was terminally ill. She is from Colorado, U.S.
Kelly Gant’s Age
Kelly Gant is 41 years old
Kelly Gant Daughter (Olivia Gant)
Kelly Gant is the mother of Olivia Gant, who made national headlines when she was granted a Make-A-Wish to battle Batman and even became a police officer and firefighter for a day in Colorado.
Kelly Gant had a blog and a GoFundMe account, all designed to generate public sympathy for her daughter’s supposed ailments.
The blog was called “Prayers for Olivia Gant,” and it contained lines like this one: MRI of the brain at the neuro office showed that Olivia had a vascular malformation of the brain. Further testing determined that it is inoperable.
Olivia died in 2017 at the age of 7, supposedly of intestinal failure after battling a host of illnesses. But authorities now say the child didn’t have them. Gant was booked by the Sheriff’s Department in Douglas County, Colorado, under the name Kelly Renee Turner.
Olivia Gant Wish
in 2017, A News story described how 6-year old Olivia Gant had supposedly been diagnosed with neurogastrointestinal encephalomyopathy, a disease that attacks many of the body’s vital organs.
The television station quoted Kelly Gant, Olivia’s mother, as stating that, when Olivia was asked by the Make-A-Wish Foundation whichever wish she wanted, the girl said she wanted to “battle Batman.
The wish came true. “A dream is a wish your heart makes,” Olivia said to the station. Make-A-Wish Colorado told CBS in a statement after the charges were issued against Kelly Gant: “We are deeply disturbed by the allegations in this case and intend to follow it closely in the hope of learning exactly what happened.
Arrest and Charges
Gant was booked by the Sheriff’s Department in Douglas County, Colorado, under the name Kelly Renee Turner.
Gant was questioned, she brought up “Munchausen syndrome by proxy,” and denied she had it. That’s a psychological disorder marked by attention-seeking behavior by a caregiver through those who are in their care.
Further reports indicated that Gant’s indictment alleges that she “withdrew medical care and nourishment in the girl’s final weeks,” without specifying Olivia’s cause of death.
Gant even convinced a doctor to sign a “do not resuscitate” order for Olivia, the television station reported. Kelly Gant Raised More Than $22,000 on a GoFundMe Page Is Accused of Defrauding a Funeral Home and Cemetery.