Sick teen babysitters caught on video making a child with Down Syndrome smoke cannabis from a bong
The teenagers, who have been identified by the authorities as Lindsey Moss and Dallas Baron, can be seen giving eight-year-old Bricen Greenhaus a hit from the bong
Two teenage babysitters were caught on camera forcing a child with Down Syndrome to smoke cannabis from a bong. The teenagers, who have been identified by the authorities as Lindsey Moss and Dallas Baron, can be seen giving eight-year-old Bricen Greenhaus a hit from the bong in the distressing video. Another clip that was uploaded along with this one was of 19-year-old Dallas throwing a water jug at the young child. Brican can be seen recoiling from the impact and the teens can then be heard laughing in the background before the video comes to an end.
Officers from the Aztec Police Department in Albuquerque have charged the the babysitters with "numerous offences" after the child's father, Josh Greenhaus, sent them the video of his son smoking cannabis in June. Amanda Greenhaus, the mother, slammed the two babysitters, reported The Sun.
Amanda said: "He's the most loving, caring little boy and it disgusts me that they could do this to him. Especially while one of them is pregnant herself. The other video is of them shoving a popsicle down his throat. They're holding him and he can't breathe." The mother also said that there are more videos that nobody else aside from the family has seen. They have not been uploaded on social media.
In spite of Moss and Baron being arrested the same month that the father posted the videos on social media, the father reposted the videos on Facebook earlier this week. As a result, multiple users who had seen the video called the Aztec PD and pressured them to look into the matter.
The authorities then posted on their Facebook page that the young women had been charged with child abuse already. Moss did not have any previous arrests on her record in New Mexico but Baron had been arrested once in Febrary last year for smoking cannabis. Josh Greenhaus is hoping that, by spreading the video on social media, the babysitters will be punished accordingly.
A spokesperson for the Aztec Police Department said in a statement: "The department has been contacted numerous times regarding a post that shows child abuse against a juvenile male with Down Syndrome. This case was brought to our attention in June 2018 and both involved individuals, Dallas Baron and Lindsey Moss, have already been charged with numerous offences and the cases are currently in District Court"