Nanny Jailed - Slaps 5-month old baby on Nannycam | Child Abuse Attorney
After watching the YouTube video found here, an article was posted via abcnews.com stating the Nanny in the video, which was recorded with a hidden camera in the home, shows the Nanny slapping a 5 month old, has reportedly been jailed.
Reportedly, 52 year old Mamura Nasirova was caught striking a 5 month old little girl by the name of Sabrina Mardakhaev as she sat in her baby seat, according to court papers. The toddler reportedly began crying and her face was clearly red from the blow, the complaint said.
The video on YouTube reportedly had over 46,000 views, and is growing by the second. You can never be too careful when it comes to in home child care.
The hidden camera was place by the girls questioning father into a smoke detector in the home. Reportedly immediately following the girls mother viewing the incident being recorded, she rushed home to confront Nasirova, comfort Sabrina, and call the police.
Nasirova was reportedly arrested on misdemeanor charges, including child endangerment and resisting arrest as she attempted to avoid lawful arrest.
She is reportedly being held in the city's Rikers Island jail in lieu of $1,000 bail. The incident occurred on Jan. 28.
The parents, Mrs. and Mrs. Roman Mardakhaev, installed at least two cameras in and around their home after becoming concerned about their live-in nanny.
Nasirova's reported next court appearance is Friday, Feb. 8.
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