(CNN) — Authorities in Stillwater, Oklahoma are investigating after a Snapchat video was posted that appears to show a woman giving alcohol to a child.
“Our investigation is separate from the DHS investigation. They do a child welfare part and we do the criminal part,” said Sheriff Kevin Woodward.
The Payne County Sheriff’s Office are still looking into this video that blew up on social media over the weekend.
In the video you see a child bring a bottle of what appears to be alcohol to his mom.
Then it looks like she gives him two shots of the alcohol from the cap.
All while someone in the background cheers on the situation.
“Do it mom, do it. That’s my brother. That’s my dude right there. Oh hell yeah,” was heard from the video.
“We have to investigate that video and everything that’s involved and all the people that are involved with that video,” Woodward said.
The woman in the video did not want to go on camera, but she did say DHS has taken custody of her son.
She also tells us this been a stressful time, but she’s adamant there was no alcohol in the cap.
“It is. Never been without him a day in his life, and yes it was bad judgment on my part to even act like I gave him alcohol, but I swear there was none in the cap,” said the toddler’s mother.
In an earlier Facebook post the woman wrote, “I didn’t know I was being videoed, but even so what’s the different in giving your child cough syrup or rinsing their pacifier off with the beer you’re drinking.”
“I tell you that DHS, this department, and the DA’s office are all working together to bring this to closure very quick,” Woodward said.
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