Daycare Staff 'Forces' 4-Year-Old Boys To Kiss In Spin The Bottle, Mother Says Son Now In Counseling
Staff members at the Little Angels Daycare center in Oklahoma have been accused of forcing 4-year-old boys to kiss while they were playing a game of Spin the Bottle. One of the boy's mother, Dominique Green, is speaking out against what happened as her son is now in counseling.
Green told KFOR that she learned of the incident involving her son through a friend. She was shown a video of the kids playing a seemingly harmless game that was posted by the daycare staff on Snapchat.
Green admitted that she was sickened to see her son kissing another boy. The video even had a label that the kiss was "forced."
The mother then decided to call up the daycare center's owner about the video posted online but she was brushed off. "She said I blew it out of proportion by calling the daycare," Green said that this was what the owner told her.
The mom's anger was further aggravated because this was shared on social media and was seen by the other daycare parents. "So, everybody has seen my son being bullied and doing sexual things," Green said, citing that her 4-year-old is now in therapy.
Louder With Crowder cites that what happened is a child abuse case as kids are forced into gayness. The daycare center managers defend, however, that they commonly see the children kiss and hug each other without any malice.
Meanwhile, the Department of Human Services was notified about the incident as well and the agency ruled that it was inappropriate. According to Fox 8, the staff members who were involved were either no longer connected to the daycare center or were sent to undergo training.
Parents, do you think the mother's reaction was warranted or was it an overreaction? Did the daycare handle this right? Tell us what you think in the comments below!