Woman Arrested after Viral Child Abuse Video

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A WOMAN is arrested by the Special Victims Department after a viral video on social media, allegedly depicting the physical assault and mistreatment of two young children.

Head of the Special Victims Department Superintendent Claire Guy-Alleyne, along with ASP Aroon, spearheaded an operation to locate the individuals involved, a release from the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) stated on Thursday.


According to police reports, a team of officers from the Special Victims Department accompanied by representatives of the Children’s Authority went to Hunt Road, San Juan, around 9 pm on Wednesday. Acting Sgt Farrell and the police contingent, in conjunction with the Children’s Authority, conducted inquiries and engaged with several individuals, which yielded crucial information.

The team acted on the information and located the woman, who was informed of the report against her and the distressing video alleging her involvement in the physical abuse of two children ages three and nine on Wednesday, April 3.


The Children’s Authority Emergency Response Team also conducted interviews with the woman and the affected children. The children were removed from the home and placed under the care of the Children’s Authority team. They were provided with medical attention and were subsequently discharged. The alleged offender, was arrested and taken to the Barataria Police Station as investigations continue.

Supt Claire Guy-Alleyne said, “The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service extends gratitude to the public for their vigilance in reporting instances of child abuse. We know parenting can be stressful however, all acts of violence against children are unequivocally condemned, and individuals facing challenges in childcare and protection are urged to seek assistance promptly.”


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