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Florida relatives sue preschool for allegedly force-feeding child

A Florida couple is suing their daughter’s Christian preschool for allegedly force feeding the 18-month old child.

Jamie Cleary, the girl’s mother, says that in July, her daughter came home from school with bruises on her cheeks, WPBF reported.

King’s Academy in West Palm Beach claims the bruises were the outcome of a teacher trying to take food out of the girl’s mouth as she chocked.

But notice video tells a opposite story.

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Reports from the Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health, and the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office all contend that video of the occurrence shows the toddler being force-fed by her teacher, WPTV reported.

The school has denied the allegations, observant the teacher was trying to get food out of the child’s mouth since she was choking.

Brinley Cleary's relatives are suing Kings Academy Preschool in Royal Palm Beach, Florid for allegedly force feeding the 18-month old girl. 

Brinley Cleary’s relatives are suing Kings Academy Preschool in Royal Palm Beach, Florid for allegedly force feeding the 18-month old girl. 

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“I bawled when we saw that matter since it was such a blatant lie,” Cleary told WPTV.

The two teachers who were in the classroom were fired since they did not follow reserve protocols, WPTV reported.

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Cleary is suing the school alleging that the executive who pronounced the girl had choked lied to her, and is still employed.

“I just wish relatives to know the law about The King’s Academy and who is using The King’s Academy, and it is not, we don’t consider it’s a protected place, we meant these babies can’t even urge themselves,” she told WPTV.

The video shows the teacher pulling the child’s conduct back several times while forcing food into her mouth, according to a police report, WPTV reported.

“This is apparently a definite case of an attack and battery on an 18-month old child who apparently can’t pronounce or urge themselves,” Stuart Kaplan, an profession for the Clearys said.

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The executive of Kings Academy Preschool maintains that the teacher in doubt was trying to forestall the child from choking.

The executive of Kings Academy Preschool maintains that the teacher in doubt was trying to forestall the child from choking.

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School President Randal Marin maintains that the teacher was assisting the child who was choking.

“My indicate is, King’s trying to explain this, then just show the video, show relatives the video, show everybody the video,” Cleary said.

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