A daycare teacher was arrested after one of her students was horribly injured following the actions executed by the teacher herself. She literally sat down on the three-year-old toddler, ultimately breaking his legs.
A three-year-old kid was misbehaving in the class of 24-year-old instructor and teacher, Estefany de Los Angeles Acosta. Acosta then got annoyed with the acts of the boy, and she went up to him and then placed her body, weighing more than 190 pounds, above the little boy.
The incident happened at the St. David Armenian Apostolic Church at 2300 Yamato Road in Boca Raton, where Early Learning Academy was situated. Palm Beach Sherriff’s Office announced that the Boca Raton Police arrested the woman on Tuesday.
The arrest came after the victim’s mother reported it to the police. As always, the woman went to pick up her child at the Early Learning Academy, but she witnessed the horrible condition the boy was in. She found him shivering and was showing great pain and discomfort. The little boy even had peed on his pants following the brutal torture.
The mother then rushed the kid to the hospital, where the medical examiners claimed that he had sustained splint on his leg and wouldn’t be able to move his leg or stand properly as a result of the nasty pain.
Acosta did this harrowing torture just because the kid had kicked the metal chair at school on Friday, January 10. The police department then retrieved surveillance footage from the school administration and noticed that the boy seemed upset after he (also his friends) was forced to enter the classroom early from the playground. When every child in the class seated on the carpet, he stood up, clearly disobeying the teacher, even after she escorted him to the seating area.
Acosta, during police confrontation, also claimed that the boy was rude to her disobeying him. He even spat on the carpet, and when she orders to wipe the spit using a towel, he even spat more. Acosta has been fired from the school for her untruthfulness and would appear on the court for further legal proceedings in February.