“I knew I was innocent. I don’t do drugs and knew it should have been negative and shouldn’t have been positive. My children’s tests were messed up,” Severs told WSFA in May 2019.
In court last week, she said the entire experience deeply affected her and her family.
“This is a daily battle for me on who I can trust. This is a daily battle for my children,” she commented.
Before the judge announced his decision, Murrah told him, “I know I did wrong.”
“I’ve done a lot of things wrong in my life… I’m sorry for anyone I ever hurt. I really did not do this intentionally to ever hurt anyone,” she concluded.