A Kentucky college teacher changed into viewed in a video posted to Facebook pulling a boy out of a compare room and down hallways by his wrist. She has since been fired.
Courtesy Angel Nelson

A Kentucky college teacher who pulled a boy with autism down college hallways by his wrist has been fired, in accordance with the district. 

The teacher, identified as Trina Abrams by WCHS, changed into viewed in a video posted to Facebook dragging a 9-yr-old-original student by Wurtland Classic Faculty in eastern Kentucky. In the video, which is over a minute lengthy, the teacher pulls the boy out of a compare room and down a couple of hallways.

“You elevate to desire to go,” she’s going to be heard asking. “No,” the boy replies. At one level, she stops and says “Arise!” and pulls his body up as he refuses. He’s first dragged on his support after which is dragged on his knees.

The teacher changed into fired on Monday, over two months after the October incident, CNN affiliate WSAZ-TV reports

“I’ve viewed him if truth be told at his worst and or now not it is never called him for being dragged down the hallway fancy that,” Calep Nelson, the boy’s stepfather, instructed ABC affiliate WCHS-TV

Nelson instructed the gap that the boy has been diagnosed with autism ADHD, PTSD, agonize and dejected and has small speech.

Angel Nelson, the boy’s mother, instructed USA TODAY the expertise changed into very mighty for her son. She acknowledged she is sharing his narrative to support stop incidents fancy this from occurring within the extinguish. 

” I love him so mighty and wish this had never took situation to him,” she acknowledged. 

The Greenup County Faculty District acknowledged in a assertion that Child Maintaining Companies and products and the Kentucky Training Requirements Board had been made mindful in regards to the teacher’s actions. Kentucky Explain Police is furthermore conducting an investigation.

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