A Colorado mom has been accused of killing her 7-year-old daughter, a girl she falsely claimed was terminally ill, according to police.

Olivia Gant died in 2017. In the weeks and months before her death, she was showered with love as donors stepped up to provide the family with numerous gifts and cash.

Court documents obtained by Denver TV station KUSA don't indicate exactly how Olivia died, but her mom, Kelly Renee Turner, is now facing 13 criminal charges after an extensive investigation.

Turner is accused of defrauding Medicare of more than $500,000. She allegedly mislead two foundations and countless people — many of them strangers — who donated after hearing about Olivia's struggles with a number of medical issues, including allergies, autism, intestinal failure, seizures, tumors and unexplained pain.

KUSA says Turner has also been accused of not paying the funeral home and cemetery that handled Olivia's remains.

As Olivia neared death, KUSA says her mom withdrew medical care and that the girl wasn't properly fed.

The indictment alleges a doctor was stunned by Turner's decisions, saying Olivia "was not a terminal patient" and that he "was ‘shocked’ when he heard that Turner withdrew all medical care and (Olivia) passed away.”

The girl's body was exhumed last year. A review found no evidence of many of the issues Turned claimed Olivia had been dealing with, according to KUSA.