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Georgia Mother Purposely Crashes SUV With Kids In The Backseat To Show Them That God Is Real — VIDEO

A 25-year-old mother of two in Georgia decided to teach her children a rather disturbing lesson, telling them she'd prove God is real by intentionally crashing her SUV into a utility pole.

Bakari Warren was charged with two felony counts of cruelty to children on Wednesday after the car crash in Norcross, Georgia.

Warren's two children, ages 5 and 7, told responding officers exactly what happened in the vehicle just before the crash. 

One of Bakari's young daughters told officers that her mother wanted to crash the vehicle so they would know that God is real. 

Police revealed that Warren was driving north on Peachtree Industrial Boulevard when she crossed into the oncoming lanes of traffic and ran off the road, smashing into the pole.

One of the children told authorities, "She was telling us to believe in god so nothing would happen to us."

Warren told her children to buckle up and then closed her eyes and hit the gas.

The little girl stated, "Her eyes (were) closed and she was saying, 'blah, blah, blah, I love God'. She didn’t want us to just have a car accident. She wanted us to know that God is real."

Warren was later questioned by police after the car wreck and she admitted that she intentionally crashed the car to prove to her children that God is real.

Bakari was taken into custody and the children were being cared for by their grandmother.

Thankfully, neither of the children or their mother suffered injuries in the high-speed crash. 

However, emergency responders and officers claimed the incident could have been "a lot worse."

One officer stated, "It could have been a lot worse. It could have been heavier traffic at the time, she could have hit the pole at such an angle that she did more damage to the car."

Bakari was released from Gwinnett County Jail on Friday afternoon on a $11,200 bond, according to jail records.

Warren is scheduled to appear before a judge on Wednesday, according to court records. 

People have weighed in on the crazy incident on social media:

One person wrote, "Im not sure if I agree with her method but I understand what she was trying to prove.. God may have blessed and spared them bc of it.. can't say that was the wisest way tho, sure it could've been done another way..."

Another posted, "Buckle up yall, bout to show yall the pearly gates real. What she really wanted them kids to know is that they momma crazy as [expletive]."

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