An Oklahoma grandmother pleaded guilty to child abuse last week after cops say she terrorized and physically harmed her young granddaughter while dressed as a witch.
Geneva Robinson, 51, entered her plea Thursday in an Oklahoma City courtroom in the case that began in fall of 2012 when she took her 7-year-old granddaughter to a hospital.
Hospital staff said at the time that Robinson came in complaining she couldn't control the girl anymore, according to a police report.
When she was examined, police said the girl was found to be malnourished, burned and bruised.
In their affidavit, police said the little girl told them Robinson would wear a green mask and tie her up in the garage, where she'd make her sleep on a pair of pants because "she was in trouble," KFOR reports.
The girl said the witch even had a name: "Nelda."
While dressed as Nelda, cops say Robinson committed many abusive acts, including pinching the girl with pliers, kicking her so hard in the pubic area that she fractured her pubic bone, and cut the girl with scissors, among other allegations.
Robinson also allegedly withheld food from the girl, kept her out of school, failed to treat her ringworm, and forced her to sleep outside with dogs.
Robinson is due to be sentenced in March.