Sinetra Johnson will get $750,000 from the state Department of Corrections and $200,000 each from Medustrial and MedFirst which provide health care in prisons, according to a court order obtained by The State newspaper.

Johnson found out she was pregnant two days before she was sentenced to more than two years in prison for violating her parole in 2012, the newspaper reported in a previous story.

“Muh turd, it’s wrigglin” the horrified mother screamed

Medical personnel never examined her fully and several hours later, she delivered her twin daughter into the prison toilet, the lawsuit said

Guards still didn’t come to help, and fellow inmates took Johnson in a wheelchair to the medical station, where she delivered her second child, a healthy son.

Sinetra Johnson