The Jinan Daily reported that the Shiyan city government in China’s Hubei province considered the incident particularly serious, after a video recording of a nanny abusing a newborn baby boy was published. on social networks.
The incident was discovered only after the boy’s parents noticed that the child couldn’t stop crying and found a wound on his thigh. The boy was taken to the hospital and had a CT scan. The results showed that the baby broke a left femur.
The baby boy has been cared for at the Taihe Premium Mother and Baby Care Club since he was born. The nannies at the facility are the main caregivers for the boy, as his mother is still recovering from the birth.
In the face of the boy’s parents, Taihe facility allowed them to review the images of the surveillance cameras.
Specifically, at 3 am (local time) on March 13, nanny Chen was seen pouring milk from a bottle into the boy’s mouth, then squeezing his nose to force him to swallow. The baby’s parents discovered that it took only 1 minute for nanny Chen to finish the 100ml bottle of milk for their baby.
When the boy refused to drink milk, Chen violently broke the boy’s leg. This action is believed to have caused the boy to break his femur.
And yet, Chen was seen slapping the child in the face when he refused to drink milk while being fed. Chen also repeatedly shook the newborn baby boy’s head. When the boy choked on milk, Chen let the baby lie on his lap and pressed hard on his chest.
The victim’s aunt, Ms. Yang, said the boy was seriously injured after being violently abused by nanny Chen.
“The cast cannot be cast because his thighs are too small. Therefore, the doctor must install a support frame to help the femur rejoin the broken place. Currently, my grandson has two support frames with one on his shoulder and one on his thigh,” Ms. Yang told Guizhou TV.
Ms. Yang added that the boy was still in an incubator at the hospital, because the injury to his thigh prevented him from wearing clothes.
It is worth mentioning that according to Ms. Yang, nanny Chen was released after paying bail and she herself is 4 months pregnant. Taihe Mother and Baby Care Facility was also closed to serve the investigation process at the request of the authorities.
“She is a monster. How could she do that? She will have to be severely punished,” an angry comment left on Douyin.
“She will also give birth soon. So why would she be so rough with a child?”, another wrote.
Cases of infant abuse by nannies are not uncommon in China.
In February, a couple reported to police in Shenyang city of Liaoning province that the babysitter had violently beaten and shook their seven-month-old son.
In March 2021, a maid in Chongqing city was caught by a security camera in her home shaking a 40-day-old baby girl and then throwing her into the air. And yet, this person also slapped and pinched the girl’s face. The victim’s parents reported the incident to the police for investigation and handling.
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