St. Laurent said she believes that people are being too sensitive about the incident.
The video has been removed from Facebook, but it is unclear whether or not the woman was charged with any crimes to date. St. Laurent said she had allowed the snake to bite her first to make sure the snake would not injure the child. She said that because she has seen poisonous snakes on her property before, she thought it would be a good idea to teach her child about it.
On Tuesday, the Highlands County Sheriff Dept. filed a charging affidavit for one count of cruelty toward a child against Chartelle Geanette St. Laurent, 34.
The report written by the detectives then mentioned that St. Laurent told them when she laughed in the video, it was just because she was "surprised" at the reaction of the child to the snake. As a result, the daughter no longer wanted to touch the snake.
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Valverde shot the following video of her unleashing a few rounds into the snake and it has since received a lot of attention online. You can hear the daughter flinch and cry each time the snake strikes her. "His teeth are too small to actually puncture the skin". The woman later shared the video on Facebook and after it went viral, law enforcement stepped in to investigate.
According to the Highlands county native, her lesson worked.