Psychologist calls 911 for ‘psychotic’ daughter, 7, who killed herself

A Florida woman is calling 911 for a suicidal teenager who killed himself on Christmas Eve.

Kylie Lynn Smith, who is the daughter of Dr. David Smith, an autism therapist, called 911 at 4:37 p.m.

Tuesday for a 15-year-old girl named Brynn.

She called 911 to report that she felt a “mental illness,” said Lt.

Ron Davis, a spokesperson for the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.

Brynn Smith called her mother from her home on Dec. 27, and Smith’s mother called the sheriff’s office to report her daughter’s suicide.

Smith called 911 the next day, telling the dispatcher, “Bryn is suicidal and is acting out.”

When deputies arrived, they found Brynn lying on the ground, her legs spread and her mouth open.

Her mother was able to revive Brynn and take her to a hospital.

When police arrested Brynn Smith, she told them she was acting out because of “a mental illness.”

She said she was “trying to protect my children” from a stranger and was “taking it out on the world.”

The sheriff’s department said she is being held on $500,000 bail.

Bryn Smith’s family and Smith were scheduled to appear in court for her preliminary hearing Tuesday.