It is one of a parents' worst nightmares, entrusting our children to a caregiver only to find out that they are unkind, cruel and even abusive. This Staten Island working mother suspected something was wrong and a mother's intuition is seldom wrong. She installed a nanny cam to catch her nanny in the act of allegedly smacking her 5 month old baby repeatedly in the face and on the legs.
Mamura Nasirova, 52 and an Uzbekistan-native was the caregiver to the families 5 month on child. Leaving the house on Jan. 28 to go to the grocery the mother caught Nasirova first smacking the child in the face three times apparently for not taking her bottle. As the child apparently cried in pain the bottle was attempted again only to be rejected at which point the nanny allegedly shook the child and smacked it on the legs. There is another child sitting on the couch who is unharmed during the incident. She then lifts the child up and leaves the room. No information on what occurred after leaving the room is available.
The mother rushed home and confronted the woman. They contacted the police and posted the video online with this caption, “This woman was abusing a 5 month baby because the baby won't eat. She was caught and fired by a Jewish family that hired her.”
The nanny appears to be a "live-in" as no other known address was provided and she was arrested by the police and charged with endangering the welfare of a child and resisting arrest. It is reported that she "fought with the police as they attempted to cuff her."
One neighbor shares that she is shocked, but not too surprised as she previously witnessed the "questionable behavior" stating, "I seen her one time, she just dragged them along. I said, 'Don't drag them like that.' She said, 'They don't listen, you have to let them know who the boss is.'"
The video is available for viewing, however readers should not it's disturbing nature.
Do you have a nanny cam in your home for when child care providers are in use?