New Jersey Nanny Admits Drugging Toddlers So They'd Sleep

A nanny in Westfield says she drugged two toddlers.

Jennifer Wolff pleaded guilty to third-degree child endangerment Wednesday and faces up to 180 days in jail under a deal with prosecutors. The 24-year-old had faced up to 10 years in prison under the original charges.

Wolff told the court she was tired and worried that she might not be able to handle the 3- and 1-year-old boys.

Wolff said she spiked their juice with an anti-allergy sedative.

Prosecutors said the children's mother because suspicious when she tasted the juice and one of her son's referred to his "medicine bottle."