Cara Northington, 43, the mother of Xana Kernodle, a victim of the devastating mass murder at the University of Idaho, finds herself imprisoned on drug-related charges and battling withdrawal symptoms after the brutal loss of her daughter triggered a relapse, Your Content has learned.
Since February 24, Northington has been detained on charges related to drugs, compounding the anguish she has endured since November when her daughter was tragically killed. The excruciating circumstances surrounding her incarceration have led her to undergo a harrowing withdrawal process, amplifying her suffering.
Reflecting on her struggles, Northington shared, “I fell back into addiction following my daughter’s untimely demise. Shortly thereafter, I found myself facing additional charges, compounding the challenges I am currently facing.”
Northington’s time in jail has become a nightmarish ordeal, intensifying the already unimaginable pain she experiences as a grieving mother, according to NEW YORK POST.