A nursing home worker in Sandusky, Ohio, is out of a job and in deep legal doo-doo after being filmed bending over, straddling, flashing and flirting with a 100-year-old resident of the home who has dementia.
Police says the act was similar to a lap dance.
Things can get kind of boring at a nursing home but apparently not when Brittany Fultz, 26, is on duty.
"It's disturbing", Bath said of the incident, which took place in December.
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In the video, the woman can be heard saying, "I can show you new things, I can show you new things". She is heard later in the video asking the man, "You going to buy me some?". I'm a girl. you know what that means.
Fultz's charge of gross sexual imposition is considered a fourth-degree felony.
Police have accused Fultz of harassing the vulnerable elderly man inside his room at The Commons of Providence.
Sandusky Police Detective Anthony Bath told the Sandusky Register the behavior was 'basically harassment'.
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Few details have been released about the incident, and it was not immediately clear what prompted the shooting. The Whittier Police Dept. has about 125 sworn officers who patrol Whittier and Santa Fe Springs.
The video is understood to have been taken a few months ago, but it has only just surfaced.
Adding: 'He has no way to defend himself because he's a 100 years old and diagnosed with dementia'.
Fultz was set for a court hearing Tuesday, but the case was rescheduled, according to WJW-TV.
Staci Lehmkuhl, executive director of The Commons of Providence, said: "The employee was placed on administrative leave and has since been terminated".
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The director of the assisted living center said Fultz, of Marblehead, was sacked and the other caretaker also no longer works at the facility.