How a Chicago-area woman got $25,000 for helping her son die

The Sport has the story of a woman who made $25 by selling pills and cologne to her son, who died in March.

A man named David, now 29, was found hanging from a rope in his bedroom after his girlfriend left him for another man.

He died after an attempted suicide attempt.

The family says the man had been depressed and wanted to die.

But his father bought him a pair of handcuffs and a pair for his birthday.

After David was taken into custody, his father’s girlfriend found a pair more than 20 pills in his car.

She found them when she was driving to work and drove back to her home in Chicago.

She was arrested and charged with tampering with evidence.

The woman has been charged with selling a controlled substance and tampering with a corpse.

A judge granted bail in the case.

The Chicago Tribune has more on this story.