Daycare workers accused of running ‘Fight Club’ for children

By Samantha Luiz
04 September 2015

A New Jersey daycare has come under fire after it was found that two of its former employees were encouraging children to fight each. The incidents were also filmed and shared on Snapchat.

A New Jersey daycare has come under fire after it was found that two of its former employees were encouraging children to fight each. The incidents were also filmed and shared on Snapchat.

About a dozen of boys and girls attending Lightbridge Academy were captured fighting each other in several videos. The kids’ ages range from 4 to 6.

The incidents reportedly took place while they were under the supervision of Erica Kenny (22) and Chanese White (28).

I am so sad for all the parents who had children involved'

'After firing Erica and Chanese, the daycare released an official statement.

“While no children were physically harmed during this incident, we have a zero tolerance policy for anyone who acts in conflict with the core value of Lightbridge Academy — the safety and well-being of children,” read the statement in part.

The former staff members have since been charged with fourth degree child abuse.

Erica, who is believed to have filmed the brawls, will face an additional charge of third-degree endangering the welfare of a child.

"I am so sad for all the parents who had children involved," said Lindsey Bengivenga Klimuc. Her son attended the daycare for about three weeks before she pulled him out because he wasn’t happy.

"I hope these awful people get what they deserve."

Sources: news.yahoo.com, metro.co.uk

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