According to authorities, a Florida man stabbed his mother to death this week because he claimed she never “pushed him to be a man.”
Police discovered a deceased woman inside a home in Kissimmee with knife wounds to her stomach and her daughter’s hand badly cut.
Deputies from the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office discovered 21-year-old Matthew Stewart Sisley, the deceased woman’s son, covered in blood a short distance from the residence.
Sisley was taken into custody on Tuesday and charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.
Sisley admitted to the bloody assault when questioned by the police about whether his mother deserved to be killed.
“Yes,” Sisley answered. “Because she never pushed me to be a man,” he added.
Then, a detective inquired as to whether he regretted taking her life.
“No,” he answered. “I’d do it all over again,” he added.
Sisley will face up to life in prison if found guilty of murder.
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The home had no prior history of domestic incidents, according to the police.