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Four female caregivers have been accused of aggravated abuse of a disabled adult in Mount Dora, Florida. Depicted is one of the women who pushes disabled women to the ground

Disturbing video shows caregivers pushing over a disabled woman and keeping her face on the ground while four employees in a care home are accused of abuse

  • CCTV images show that disabled women are being pushed and beaten by caregivers
  • Four women were accused of aggravated abuse of a disabled adult in Florida
  • In one clip, Breneisha Blunt, 29, repeatedly sees a woman beating on the floor
  • The police said they were the victims of bruises, a cut on her face and a skinned knee
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Shocking video has revealed that violent caregivers are pushing, pushing and holding a disabled woman.

CCTV recordings from two cameras show the women abusing one of the clients on Tuesday August 13 in a group home in Mount Dora, Florida.

All four women seen in the clips were accused of aggravated abuse of a disabled adult and later reported to the police.

They were identified as Sheneka Hester, 42, Breneisha Blunt, 29 and Jaleyah Wiggins, 24, all from Eustis, and Carolyn Joe, 25, from Tavares.

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Four female caregivers have been accused of aggravated abuse of a disabled adult in Mount Dora, Florida. Depicted is one of the women who pushes disabled women to the ground

Four female caregivers have been accused of aggravated abuse of a disabled adult in Mount Dora, Florida. Depicted is one of the women who pushes disabled women to the ground

In the first clip, the woman who lives at home due to & # 39; reduced mental capacity and inability to take care of herself & # 39; is seen on her knees.

She holds the waist of a caregiver, but is pressed to the floor after a few seconds.

The woman manages to get up and tries to follow the caregiver, presumably Carolyn Joe, but is violently pushed back and falls on a couch.

About ten other people can be seen in the shared space of the group home, but no one tries to help or intervene with the woman.

The caregiver, thought to be Carolyn Joe, wears a black top and light pants, pushes the disabled client, wears shorts and a gray top, backwards causing her to fall on the couch

The caregiver, thought to be Carolyn Joe, wears a black top and light pants, pushes the disabled client, wears shorts and a gray top, backwards causing her to fall on the couch

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The caregiver, thought to be Carolyn Joe, wears a black top and light pants, pushes the disabled client, wears shorts and a gray top, backwards causing her to fall on the couch

Another CCTV clip shows caregiver Breneisha Blunt, dressed in a white top and black pants, while the disabled woman is lying on the floor with her face on

Another CCTV clip shows caregiver Breneisha Blunt, dressed in a white top and black pants, while the disabled woman is lying on the floor with her face on

Another CCTV clip shows caregiver Breneisha Blunt, dressed in a white top and black pants, while the disabled woman is lying on the floor with her face on

In a second clip the woman is seen on the floor of another room while two caretakers are standing around her.

One of the women, presumably Breneisha Blunt, reaches for the woman and sees her hit.

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The handicapped woman briefly gets out of sight of the camera aimed at a doorway, but when she is seen again, Blunt holds her hair.

The woman, lying face down on the floor, tries to touch Blunt's legs, but is only held longer.

Police documents mention this disturbing moment and said: & Breneisha wears dark pants and a white shirt in the video.

Blunt is holding her hands on the disabled woman while another caregiver is watching

Blunt is holding her hands on the disabled woman while another caregiver is watching

Blunt is holding her hands on the disabled woman while another caregiver is watching

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& # 39; Blunt hits the woman several times with a closed fist, this technique is not allowed. & # 39;

Officers said they found the disabled woman with bruises on her face, including a tear and a skinned knee.

Carolyn Joe, who at the time wore light-colored pants, would also have put her foot on the woman's head, according to the court.

It said: & # 39; Carolyn Joe is very heavy-minded and could easily have caused a lot of physical injury or even death. & # 39;

Melanie Etters, spokeswoman for the Agency for Persons with Disabilities, said that all four and the witnesses who do not intervene no longer work at home.

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