follow url Donna Hughes is accused of locking a 5-year-old boy with autism in a closet, and a lawsuit is pending against the school where Hughes was once employed.

viagra generico 50 mg spedizione veloce a Firenze Hughes was, at the time of the alleged incident in March of 2014, a special ed teacher at Woodland Elementary in Greer, South Carolina. According got authorities, Hughes allegedly dragged the boy across the room before shutting him in a dark supply closet for a half an hour. The ordeal left the boy “scared and upset,” and with scraped knees. Hughes’ alleged motivation was to punish the boy, presumably for acting up in class.

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go here Though the incident was reported in 2014, Hughes was not arrested until December of 2016. She was, however, suspended from her job and later resigned. Her teaching license has also been suspended, meaning you won’t see Hughes in a South Carolina classroom any time soon, except perhaps to take an adult anger management course.

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accutane long term side effects The boy’s parents are suing the school, claiming that they should have foreseen this type of behavior from Hughes. That claim makes more sense when you find out that Hughes had been chastised in both 2012 and 2013 by the Greenville County School District over unorthodox punishments, according to the Department of Education. It’s not clear what other punishments Hughes had employed in the past that led to her being reprimanded twice. The school district has declined to comment on the pending claim, and Hughes’ lawyer has been mum. However, the family’s attorney mentioned to CBS, that “having gone through what he went through, it’s hard for [the boy] to go back to a school.”

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