WDRB -- A Louisville mom has been arrested after police say she beat her daughter, possibly breaking her arm. According to an arrest report, the incident took place Thursday morning at the home of year-old Linda Gibson on on Kim Drive, in a subdivision near the intersection of New Cut Road and Scottsdale Boulevard. Police say Gibson's daughter, who is under the age of 12, was getting ready for school, when her mother began beating her. According to the arrest report, Gibson pulled the girl by the hair and hit her in the head. When the child got away and tried to hide under the stairs, Gibson pursued her and pulled her out from under the stairs by her hair, police say. She then hit her on the head with a toilet seat, according to police. When the child tried to leave the house to go to school, her mom allegedly shoved her head into the door, pulled her to the ground by her hair and sat on her. Gibson was arrested just before 6 p.
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What has happened has stolen our lives. A mother whose vulnerable son was one of the victims subjected to horrific abuse at a Devon care home has told how it destroyed their lives. The woman's son, who has autism and learning difficulties, suffered abuse at two consecutive care homes as a teenager. The latter, Veilstone, run by Atlas care homes, was the subject of a safeguarding review which was published today nearly 10 years after the abuse there came to light. The investigation, which focused on the experience of 10 adults over a two-year period, identified 2, incidents of seclusion with some residents falsely imprisoned up to times. There were 34 people living at the Atlas Care Homes in Devon. Among them was the mother, who used to live in Tavistock but has since moved away in a bid to escape the bad memories associated with living in Devon. He deserved better. We are broken because it was too much. It destroyed everything we had.
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A year-old Dayton boy was beaten, locked in a dark attic naked and made to stand bent-over and cross-legged for long periods of time, police say, in what they call an extreme child abuse case that ended with his death. He is due in court on Dec. Meanwhile, two women who lived in the home, Amanda Hinze, 28, and Jennifer Ebert, 24, are charged in Dayton Municipal Court with endangering children. Records: year-old boy abused daily for years prior to death; bond set for 3 arrested. None of the defendants had attorneys listed in their case, and an attempt to reach the defendants for an interview in the jail was unsuccessful. Dayton police said they began their investigation on Dec. Upon exams of Takoda, it was observed that he had bruising to his head.
A young boy was beaten and sexually abused by his father for over 10 years after his mum "turned a blind eye" to it. Morris Robinson said his dad began hitting him when he was just five-years-old and abused him for over a decade until he left home at The year-old said that during the decade-long campaign of beating and sexual assaults, his mother and a family friend turned a blind eye. He said: "I was always powerless against my father. I remember him hitting me when I was only five years old. It was only after Morris left home at 16, and spent years battling with his trauma, that he was eventually able to speak out in later life. Now, Morris has come forward and spoken to Liverpool Football star James Milner about how important it is for young people to speak out against abuse. Morris Robinson said the support of the NSPCC in recent years had helped him deal with his earliest memories of the abuse he suffered at the hands of his father as a toddler and for years after.