Parents' horror as they catch their nanny smacking their baby in the FACE after filming her on a hidden camera
A mother’s intuition never lies.
A suspicious Staten Island mother caught the nanny on a hidden camera hitting her infant daughter.
The baby’s mother was out at the store at 4:20 p.m. Jan. 28 when Mamura Nasirova, 52, was caught on the “nanny cam” hitting and shaking a 5-month-old baby, law enforcement sources said.
The video, which was uploaded to YouTube, shows the abusive nanny bottle feeding the 5-month-old who is lying down in a baby chair on the living room floor.
The nanny then removes the bottle and starts smacking the baby in the face.
When the baby, now crying, refuses to take the bottle, she hits her on the legs and shakes her.
There is another child sitting on the couch, unharmed, during the ordeal.
The family installed the hidden camera in a carbon monoxide detector after they grew suspicious about the Uzbekistan-native nanny, sources said.
The camera was connected to a remote feed that the mother was watching when the abuse occurred inside of the family’s Woodlawn Avenue home, the source said. She immediately rushed home and confronted the woman.
The family then alerted police and posted the video online.
“This woman was abusing a 5 month baby because the baby won't eat. She was caught and fired by a Jewish family that hired her,” reads a description posted with the video.
Nasirova was arrested on Sunday at 6:15 p.m. at the family’s home and fought with cops as they tried to slap the cuffs on her, according to court records.
She was charged with endangering the welfare of a child and resisting arrest, both misdemeanor charges, said a spokesman for the DA Daniel Donovan.
Nasirova is being held in jail in lieu of $1,000 cash bail, records show.
The baby suffered from redness and swelling as a result of the abuse, sources said.