Stories like this are the exact reason I will never send my kids to a daycare unless I had no other choice. One Oklahoma mother said her four-year-old son was forced to kiss another boy during a perverted game of ‘spin the bottle’ at his daycare.Footage of the incident was shared on Snapchat.
Dominique Green, the mother of the four-year old in Ardmore, Oklahoma, stated that the adults put in charge of the children’s well-being at Little Angels Daycare forced her son to kiss another boy.
The episode and events that followed after were so traumatic for her son that it forced Green to put him through counseling.
Footage of the incident, which took place a few months ago, was uploaded to Snapchat by one of the daycare employees, Green told reporters.
‘I’m standing up for these children because somebody needs to,’ Green said in an interview.
Sadly she wasn’t even the one who discovered the video, her friend was the one who initially alerted her to the video.
Green’s friends said:
‘She told me “You know, I don’t know if you’re going to like this video. You know, it’s really bad.”
The clip reveals a small group of children seated around a blue table, with a caption that flashed across the screen during the kiss suggesting that her son was being encouraged to kiss the other boy. Although it was unclear exactly who was encouraging it, it was obvious that the voice belonged to an adult.
You would think that after the mother complained to the daycare owner something would have been done, but the owner merely sloughed her concerns off as if nothing happened.
The owner said:
“Well, I looked at it, and I don’t see anything wrong.” “So, from then on, she said I blew it out of proportion by calling the daycare.”This infuriated Green even more so, she took matters into her own hands.
She filed a complaint with the Department of Human Services, the investigation found that the daycare worker acted inappropriately, to say the least, and that discipline was warranted.
It’s sickening for a mother to have to watch that, then they tell her that she is overreacting?
While I am not a business owner myself, common sense leads me to assume that you never tell a customer paying for your services that they are OVERREACTING.