Florida man admits to fatally stabbing mom because she ‘never pushed him to be a man’ and says he ‘would do it again’ if he could – he also ‘accidentally’ stabs sister

  • A Florida man had a bizarre reason when he admitted to killing his mother by repeatedly stabbing her 
  • Matthew Sisley, 21, told a detective that his mother ‘never pushed [him] to be a man’ when asked why he murdered her 
  • The incident took place on November 29 at around 4:13 p.m. when deputies in Osceola County got a report of a possible stabbing 
  • When they arrived, they found an unidentified woman dead on the living room floor and another with severe lacerations to her hands, according to authorities 
  • Sisley, when found a ‘short distance away’ from the stabbing with blood on his hands
  • He confessed to both intentionally stabbing his mother and accidentally stabbing his sister 

A Florida man had a bizarre reason when he admitted to killing his mother by repeatedly stabbing her. 

Matthew Sisley, 21, told a detective that his mother ‘never pushed [him] to be a man’ when asked why he murdered her.  

The incident took place on November 29 at around 4:13 p.m. when deputies in Osceola County got a report of a possible stabbing in the town of Kissimmee.

Deputies responded to a home on Myrtle Oak Lane and Oak Hill Trail, according to Sheriff Marcos Lopez.

When they arrived, they found an unidentified woman dead on the living room floor and another with severe lacerations to her hands, according to authorities. 

Matthew Sisley, 21, told a detective that his mother 'never pushed [him] to be a man' when asked why he murdered her

Matthew Sisley, 21, told a detective that his mother ‘never pushed [him] to be a man’ when asked why he murdered her

A Florida man had a bizarre reason when he admitted to killing his mother by repeatedly stabbing her

A Florida man had a bizarre reason when he admitted to killing his mother by repeatedly stabbing her

The incident took place on November 29 at around 4:13 p.m. when deputies in Osceola County got a report of a possible stabbing in the town of Kissimmee

The incident took place on November 29 at around 4:13 p.m. when deputies in Osceola County got a report of a possible stabbing in the town of Kissimmee

Deputies responded to a home on Myrtle Oak Lane and Oak Hill Trail, according to Sheriff Marcos Lopez

Deputies responded to a home on Myrtle Oak Lane and Oak Hill Trail, according to Sheriff Marcos Lopez

When they arrived, they found an unidentified woman dead on the living room floor and another with severe lacerations to her hands, according to authorities

When they arrived, they found an unidentified woman dead on the living room floor and another with severe lacerations to her hands, according to authorities

Sisley, when found a ‘short distance away’ from the stabbing with blood on his hands.

He confessed to both intentionally stabbing his mother and accidentally stabbing his sister. 

Shortly after, he was interviewed by detectives about the killing.

Sisley was asked: ‘Do you think your mom deserved to get stabbed?’

He responded: ‘Yes.’

When asked why, Sisley said: ‘Because she never pushed me to be a man.’ 

He did not elaborate as to what that meant or why that led to him stabbing and killing her. 

The detective then asked him if he regretted what he’d done.

Sisley responded: ‘No. I would do it again.’ 

He was jailed shortly after and charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.

Further charges are pending. The sheriff’s department clarified that this was an isolated incident. 

Sisley was jailed shortly after and charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon

Sisley was jailed shortly after and charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon

Sheriff Marcos Lopez noted that there was no history of domestic violence or previous calls from the house

Sheriff Marcos Lopez noted that there was no history of domestic violence or previous calls from the house

Sisley appeared before a judge Wednesday, where the state filed a motion for pre-trial detention, according to WESH.

The judge said: ‘So I’m going to hold him, no bond. Will be set for pretrial detention … conditions just in case are no return to scene, no contact with victims or any witnesses, no weapons of any kind.’ 

Miguel Cabrera, neighbor of the family was asked what he had seen and told News 6: ‘I saw my neighbor, the lady, coming out of the house, screaming like, ‘Help, help, help,’ with her hands over here, holding her stomach, her hands full of blood,’ Cabrera said. 

Lopez noted that there was no history of domestic violence or previous calls from the house. 

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