Nursing home employee fired, charged after dancing on 100-year-old patient with dementia

By February 22, 2017 November 21st, 2018 Medical and Legal Issues

SANDUSKY, OHIO (February 22, 2017) – A Sandusky, Ohio nursing home worker was caught on camera flashing a 100-year-old dementia patient and performing a lap dance for him. Brittany L. Fultz, 26, was charged with gross sexual imposition and fired from her job at The Commons of Providence after another employee recorded the incident and alerted a supervisor. The incident took place in early December 2016, but the woman who captured the footage approached her bosses about the incident on February 12, 2017. READ MORE | Nursing home worker fired for giving lap dance to elderly man with dementia The disturbing footage shows Fultz pulling down her pants, “mooning” the elderly resident, and performing a lewd dance on him. Sandusky police Detective Anthony Bath said the patient did not appear “on board with” or aware of what was going on. Fultz’s charge of gross sexual imposition is considered a fourth-degree felony. The female employee who reported…
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Source: Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Blog