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Eskew Sentenced Wednesday

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GREAT FALLS - Jasmine Nicole Eskew was sentenced to five years in Montana's Department of corrections on Wednesday.

Judge Sandefur in his sentencing factors and consideration stated that Eskew knowingly shook her daughter Brooklynn briefly, but says the state did not prove Eskew's actions caused the child's death. Members of Eskew's family testified on her behalf. They maintained that she loved her child.

Her mother, Patti, said that she was a very loving individual and cared about everyone, including her family.

They also maintained that Greg Robey was the one who killed Brooklynn, including Jasmine who spoke publicly on the case for the first time since the trial ended.

Jasmine says that she wished she had told police Greg was present at the time of the incident, but took responsibility for allowing Greg to be there and that she was in a vulnerable position.

She also showed another regret, and that is that she will never get to hug Brooklynn again, and that she misses her everyday.

While sentenced to five years with the Montana Department of Corrections, Jasmine Eskew was given credit for 613 days already served.

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