DALLAS -- A toddler has been released from the hospital a week after her mother is alleged to have glued her hands to a wall.
The 2-year-old was in a coma for two days after the Sept. 7 incident.
Dallas police say her mother was mad about the youngster's potty-training problems. The child was also kicked repeatedly in the stomach.
Elizabeth Escalona remains jailed on a charge of felony injury to a child.
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At a court hearing Wednesday, a Dallas County judge ordered that the toddler and her three siblings would stay in foster care.
Some of the 22-year-old mother's friends told WFAA-TV that she snapped under the pressure.
KDFW-TV reports that in 2007, Escalona was ordered to take parenting classes and undergo counseling. But Child Protective Services didn't remove her kids.