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Father, 23, is charged with child abuse for smoking marijuana with a friend in front of his asthmatic 6-year-old son on Facebook Live

Father, 23, is charged with child abuse for smoking marijuana with a friend in front of his asthmatic 6-year-old son on Facebook Live
A North Carolina father and his friend have been arrested by police after they live-streamed themselves smoking cannabis while his son was in the room. 
Donta Dewayne Blue, 23, and 20-year-old Tyreek Jordan Carpenter were charged with misdemeanor child abuse after being arrested Sunday.  
Blue - who lives in Raleigh - acknowledges that he was smoking in front of his son for Wednesday's live-stream but admits that he wasn't aware of the boy being in the room at first.

Blue is the father of the six-year-old seen in the video
Carpenter received a $2500 bond and will appear in court on Tuesday
Donta Dewayne Blue, 23, (right) and 20-year-old Tyreek Jordan Carpenter (left) were charged with misdemeanor child abuse after the Sunday arrest
'I mean I was smoking weed, I'm not going to lie,' he declared to CBS 17. 'We were on the live video and he was basically in the back of us. 
'He was so quiet I didn't notice, and when I did notice I told him to go upstairs. It is wrong because he's still around us while smoking. I own up to that. It was my fault.'
The footage shows the two rolling and smoking a blunt as the little boy sits in the background and eats a bowl of cereal.
March 7 Facebook Live footage shows the two rolling and smoking a blunt as the little boy sits in the background and eats a bowl of cereal
He comes to the camera but is told to go sit down by his father at one point in the clip
The March 7 Facebook Live footage shows the two rolling and smoking a blunt as the little boy sits in the background and eats a bowl of cereal
He comes to the camera but is told to go sit down by his father.
The boy's mother, Lyvette Caldwell, called police once she saw the video. She currently resides in New York.  
'I'm like. I have to do something about this. This is my child,' she asserted. 
The mother was irate with the footage because her son suffers from asthma.
'I hope everything goes how it's supposed to go and I get a second chance to do better and try to be the father I'm supposed to be,' Blue said
'I hope everything goes how it's supposed to go and I get a second chance to do better and try to be the father I'm supposed to be,' Blue said
'My child doesn't have to deal with that,' said Caldwell.
Blue hopes that he can redeem himself with his son. 
'I hope everything goes how it's supposed to go and I get a second chance to do better and try to be the father I'm supposed to be,' he added. 
He was issued a bond of $1000 and is scheduled to appear in court on April 9. Carpenter received a $2500 bond and will appear in court on Tuesday.  

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