New, Disturbing, Details Emerge in the Death of Kamille "Cupcake" McKinney. Suspect Says S


The two people accused of murdering 3-year-old Kamille "Cupcake" McKinney have started turning on each other and the testimonies being told are growing increasingly disturbing.

We've previously reported that the autopsy report showed that Kamille had sedatives in her system when she died one of which was Trazodone. One of her alleged murders, Patrick Stallworth, 39, had a prescription for the drug but his girlfriend, 29-year-old Derick Irisha Brown also accused of murder, was known to take them for recreational use.

Since day one of the testimonies in this case each suspect has pointed a cruel finger at the other. Pinning "Cupcake's" death on the other party.

Stallworth has said that he had no knowledge of the child until he walked into the apartment that he shared with Brown and seeing her sitting on the couch with Brown.

He told detectives that he walked into the couple’s apartment and saw his girlfriend sitting on the couch with Kamille and said, “That’s not your child.”

He said Brown indicated that she wanted to “keep” Kamille and then suggested Stallworth “do something sexual to the child,’’ Ross said. Stallworth said he refused and went outside to smoke a cigarette. Later, Stallworth said, “Brown put her hands over Cupcake’s nose and mouth.” He described to the detective that Kamille was then “asleep.”

Surveillance video from the area where "Cupcake" was taken proves that his statement is false as he's seen talking to her and leading her away.

According to testimony from Birmingham police homicide Det. Jonathan Ross who worked the case:

"Stallworth also said Brown had removed the girl’s hair bows and clothes and given her a bath. He said the next thing he knew, he woke up the next morning with Brown next to him in their bed.

Brown, however, told detectives that once at the apartment, she stayed outside to smoke. When she went inside, she said she went into the bathroom and Stallworth was in there as well. It was then she saw a “shadow” pass by the door, and “thought she was tripping.” Brown had reportedly used Ice – or meth – that day as well as Trazodone, an anti-depressant sometimes used as a sedative.

Brown said she went back outside to smoke and when she came in, she made a sandwich and then went into the bedroom where she fell asleep. At some point she got back up to use the restroom again and said she saw Kamille sitting, with her legs dangling off the sofa. Stallworth, she said, was kneeling on the sofa in front of Kamille forcing the girl to perform oral sex on him."

Brown then said she went back to sleep and woke up the following day. She said she asked Stallworth about Kamille’s whereabouts, and said Stallworth told her, “You have been tripping.”