An Ohio woman accused of killing and burying her newborn daughter allegedly texted her mother after the crime — and said her “belly was back” and that she could now “wear something cute,” according to testimony in court on Wednesday Brooke Skylar Richardson, now 20, is charged with aggravated murder, involuntary manslaughter, gross abuse of a corpse, tampering with evidence and child endangerment She has pleaded not guilty. Her trial began this week. The case began to unfold in July 2017, when a doctor told police that Richardson may have delivered a stillborn baby Police searched the family’s property where they said they found the remains of a newborn girl in Richardson’s backyard — then arrested the teen on multiple charges Prosecutors allege that Richardson did not want to be an 18-year-old single mom with college only a few months away In the months after learning of her pregnancy, Richardson didn’t return for an ultrasound, bloodwork or any other treatment, while ignoring calls from the doctor and assistants, prosecutors have said But Richardson’s defense attorneys argued that the baby was stillborn and didn’t meet the legal criteria to be considered a child Image zoom In court on Wednesday, prosecutors presented texts that Richardson allegedly sent her mother, who did not realize that her daughter was pregnant Prosecutors allege she sent a text about 24 hours after she killed her baby. “I’m literally so excited for dinner to wear something cute yayy my belly is back now I am takin this opportunity to make it amazing,” she allegedly texted Prosecutors allege that Richardson texted her mother again the day after she buried the child She had gone to the gym and was documenting her weight loss in photos, prosecutors said “I’m literally speechless with how happy I am,” Richardson allegedly texted. “My belly is back omg I am never ever ever evertrrr letting it grt like this again your about to see me look freaking better than before omg ” Additionally, prosecutors allege that Richardson searched “how do I get rid of a baby” on the internet upon learning of her pregnancy Her mother had allegedly previously warned her that her life would be over if she became pregnant, prosecutors said “She was determined to keep her secret,” Warren County Assistant Prosecutor Steve Knippen said during opening statements, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer “When she could conceal her daughter no longer, she took her daughter’s life.” Ex-Cheerleader Accused of Killing & Burying Newborn Didn’t Want to be Mom, Worrying Doctor: Prosecutor Image zoom Obsession with Perfection Led Ohio Cheerleader to Kill and Bury Her Infant, Prosecutors Allege Richardson’s attorneys have repeatedly admitted she buried the child’s remains in her parents’ backyard — but they say she only did so after the baby was stillborn and she didn’t know what to do with the remains Prosecutor David Fornshell said that they will show police interviews to the jury that “fully support the charges against Richardson ” Testimony in the case resumes on Thursday.