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Sherin Mathews (Missing Texas Indian Girl) Age, Death Cause, Family, Biography & More

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Bio
Real NameSherin Mathews
Personal Life
Date of BirthJuly 14, 2014
Birth PlaceGaya, Bihar, India
Zodiac sign/Sun signCancer
Date of DeathOctober 22, 2017 (when her body was found)
Place of DeathDallas, Texas, United States
Age (at the time of death)3 Years
Death CauseNot Known (autopsy report is awaited)
NationalityIndian
HometownDallas, Texas, United States
FamilyFather- Wesley Mathews (Foster)
Mother- Sini Mathews (Foster)
Sherin Mathews With Her Foster Parents
Brother- N/A
Sister- N/A
ReligionNot Known

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Some Lesser Known Facts About Sherin Mathews

  • Sherin Mathews was born in Gaya District of Bihar, India.
  • Her biological parents surrendered Sherin to an orphanage, Nalanda Mother Teresa Anaath Seva Ashram, which is now shut.
  • Sherin’s foster parents, Wesley Mathews and Sini Mathews are Overseas Citizens of India.
  • Wesley Mathews is from Qatar (by birth) while Sini Mathews is from UAE (by birth). However, both are now US citizens.
  • The news of Sherin Mathews surfaced on several channels and tabloids after she had gone missing since October 7, 2017, in Richardson, Texas.
  • In his first statement, Sherin’s foster father Wesley Mathews said to sheriffs that he had told Sherin to stand near a large tree outside his home early that morning because she would not drink her milk. He also told the responding officer that he knew coyotes had been seen in the area where he left his daughter.
  • The girl was last seen wearing a pink shirt with black leggings, and pink sandals.
  • The next day of her missing, Wesley Mathews was charged with abandoning or endangering a child, and was arraigned for endangerment with a bond set at $250,000.
  • Later, Wesley changed his story to police and admitted to forcing milk down his daughter’s throat until she started choking and later died in the famil’s garage before he took her body away. Wesley was arrested and charged with felony injury to a child (a first-degree felon) that carries a sentence of up to life in prison. A judge reviewed his bond and left it at $ 1 million.
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