A Michigan school is being SUED for doing UNTHINKEABLE acts, to a disabled students. The lawsuit alleges that a teacher taped a disabled student’s mouth shut and repeatedly abuse d her.
Rosa Smith, 26, who has cerebral palsy along with other disabilities, suffered “physical, emotional and psychological harm” while she attended High Point School in Ann Arbor, according to a lawsuit filed on Wednesday.
Smith’s teacher Nesa Johnson is accused of taping Smith’s mouth and sending a photo of the 26-year-old to her mother, along with a text that read, “Help. She won’t be quiet!!!”
The mother immediately called authorities. “Taping a special-needs student’s mouth shut is appalling in-and-of-itself, but was especially torturous for Rosa, who is physically unable to remove the tape, has trouble breathing and clearing her throat, and breathes out of her mouth,” the lawsuit states.
“Defendant Johnson’s actions put Rosa’s life in jeopardy. Furthermore, hair and skin were missing from the area of Rosa’s face where Johnson removed the tape,” the lawsuit added.