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3-year-old child verbally abused by daycare teacher

3-Year-Old Boy, Connecticut, Daycare, Lindsay Cavallaro, Michael Reese, News, Sleeping Giant Day Care, Teacher -

3-year-old child verbally abused by daycare teacher

A Connecticut teacher is accused of verbally abusing a 3-year-old student while videoing the encounter with her cellphone. In the recording you can hear the teacher taunting the child, saying “Do it. Go ahead. No balls. Oh you’re a tough guy. Hey boss, show me your nine.” News One reports:

Michael Reese, a three-year-old boy, was verbally abused by his daycare teacher, Lindsay Cavallaro, and video recorded her abuse of the child on her cellphone, Connecticut-based television station News 8 reports.

The video-recorded taunt quickly circulated around the Hamden, the smallConnecticut community where the little boy lives with his mother, Tyesha Reese.

In the recording, Cavallaro, a teacher at Sleeping Giant Day Care in Hamden, is heard taunting the child with the following words:

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