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Woman charged in scalding case now allowed to see kids

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A Tucson woman accused of scalding her five-year-old adopted daughter was in court Thursday.

Samantha Osteraas, 28 is facing two counts of child abuse, after investigators say she caused the girl's injuries, and then waited to get medical attention. The incident happened back on December 30th, at a home in northwest Tucson.

Osteraas asked a Pima County Superior Court judge for permission to see her three biological children. The judge is allowing that to happen, but only if those visits are supervised. Although, by order of the court, Osteraas is not allowed to have any contact with the victim.

For now, Osteraas remains free on a $25,00 cash bond.

The child remains in critical but guarded condition at Banner University Medical Center.

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