"I would just like to say I have never abused a child and I can't believe this is happening to me," Alexia Bogdis reportedly said in front of San Mateo County Superior Court in Redwood City. "I have nothing further to say."
Bogdis reportedly spoke moments after entering her plea to nine misdemeanor charges of abusing a 5-year-old and a 4-year-old student who were part of a specials needs daycare program at Roosevelt Elementary School in Redwood City. It was her first statement to reporters since her Feb. 4 arrest was announced.
Prosecutors reportedly say one of the boys was slapped in face and kicked in the stomach, while the other had bumped into a table after the teacher kicked his chair, had his wrist twisted and was deprived of food and drink. Officials have not said what sparked the alleged abuse.

San Mateo County Superior Court Judge Jonathan Karesh reportedly ordered Bodgis, 43, of Millbrae to stay away from the elementary school where she worked and the victims.

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