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Who is Scott Schollenberger Jr Wiki, Biography, Age, Net Worth, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook & More Facts

Who is Scott Schollenberger Jr Wiki, Biography, Age, Net Worth, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook & More Facts

Scott Schollenberger Jr

Scott Schollenberger Jr Wiki – Scott Schollenberger Jr Biography

Scott Schollenberger Jr., 42, and Kimberly Maurer, 35, are charged with homicide and child endangerment in the death of Maxwell Schollenberger

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Scott Schollenberger Jr is 42 year old

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As reported by PennLive.com, 42-year-old Scott Schollenberger Jr. and Kimberly Maurer, 35, are accused of murder and endangering the child on May 26 in the death of Maxwell Schollenberger, whose naked, emaciated body was found at the couple’s Anneville home.

“This 12-year-old has never known about the unconditional love that comes from a family,” Pier Hess Graf, Lebanon District District Attorney, told reporters at a press conference Monday. “There was Max Schollenberger. I will not call it living. He lived in constant pain.”

Graf said the harassment lasted for years in the family’s home, where Max was kept in an empty, dark room with doors and windows locked.

Graf said the boy had never received medical care or attended school.

Scott Schollenberger Jr spent time in the room

“He was in that room 24 hours a day, seven days a week,” said the district attorney.

Graf provided them with medical care and education while the couple, with three other young children who had not been malnourished or abused, told Max’s siblings to “ignore him and not talk to him.”

An autopsy found that the boy weighed only 47.5 pounds, or about half the average weight of a child his age. Graf said his death was attributed to blunt head injury complicating hunger / malnutrition.

Scott Schollenberger was the biological father of the boy while Maurer acted as his mother for the past decade. Graf admitted to both researchers that they used three metal hooks to lock Max in his room.
“The absolute despair that is the life of Max Schollenberger is begging for justice for his death,” the district attorney said in a statement.

Graf said he could not discuss the reason for the abuse that caused the child’s death. The couple’s other children are currently in the care of Lebanon County child welfare authorities, PennLive.com reports.

According to the website, these kids told researchers that they had “hardly ever” seen Max before he died.
“Some of [Schollenberger’s and Maurer’s] family and friends also reported that they had not seen the victim for quite some time, and some were not even aware of his existence,” Lebanon County detectives said.

Both Schollenberger and Maurer are held without bail at the Lebanon County Correctional Facility. According to PennLive.com, prosecutors will not seek a double death penalty because it was not legally permitted in the circumstances of the case.

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