Mom is accused of felony after stomach-churning video of her daughter licking tongue depressor of a dentist before it goes back into the jar viral
- Cori Ward, 30, will be brought to court today for costs of tampering with the product
- The images from a Jacksonville medical center have become viral on social media
- A sabotage sentence leads to a 30-year prison sentence and a $ 10,000 fine
Cori Ward, 30, is being taken to court today for tampering with a consumer product without considering possible death or personal injury
A mother in Florida has been sued after her daughter licked a tongue spatula at the dentist before she put it back in the unused pile.
Cori Ward, 30, is being prosecuted today for tampering with a consumer product without considering possible death or personal injury.
She was arrested after stomach-wasting images of the alleged hygiene breach at Jacksonville's All About Kids and Families Medical Center went viral.
The video, shared by Ward herself, shows her daughter putting her hand in the depressor jar and ignoring a sign saying: & # 39; Don't touch medical supplies! & # 39;
After she has taken one of the tools, she rubs it briefly over her tongue before putting it in the pot with the new one.
Ward posted the clip on Snapchat with the caption: & # 39; Don't tell me how to live my life & # 39 ;.
But after an online kickback, the mother defended herself by implying that the depressors were thrown away.
And she insisted that she had no intention of making the video viral, claiming she had communicated it to some close friends – one of whom later made it public.
In a Facebook post, she wrote: & # 39; The video does not show that the items were thrown away or anything else that happened.
& # 39; I posted this on my personal Snapchat with my 20-year-old friends, where someone gave another person permission to film it.
She was arrested after stomach-surging images of the alleged hygiene breach at Jacksonville's All About Kids and Families Medical Center (photo) went viral
& # 39; I didn't post it on Facebook or YouTube as a challenge or whatever. & # 39;
And before she was imprisoned in Duval County prison, she told News4Jax: & # 39; I was just crazy with my kids. It has ruined my life right now. At least that's how I feel. & # 39;
A conviction for sabotage contributions can result in a 30-year prison sentence and a $ 10,000 fine.
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