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CrimeFelony charges for mom who recorded daughter licking tongue depressor at medical center

06:00  12 july  2019
06:00  12 july  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

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A Florida woman was charged with a felony after recording a video of her daughter licking a tongue depressor and replacing it in a container. The video, posted on Ward's private Snapchat account and later circulated on Facebook according to WJAX-TV, shows her daughter licking the depressor and

The medical center has since contacted police to perform an investigation. The office also removed the tongue depressors and re-sanitized the center . A 10-year-old Florida girl has gone viral after she was filmed by her mother licking a tongue depressor at a medical center and putting it back into a

A Jacksonville, Florida woman was arrested Thursday and charged with a felony after recording a video of her daughter licking a tongue depressor and replacing it in a container at the All About Kids and Families Medical Center, according to local news sources. She is being held without bail.

Cori E. Ward, 30, was charged with "tampering a consumer product without regard for possible death or bodily injury," according to Jacksonville prison records. The crime is a felony in the state of Florida.

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A girl licked a tongue depressor at a clinic and put it back. Cori E. Ward of Jacksonville, Fla., was arrested Thursday on a felony charge of tampering with a consumer product without regard for possible death or bodily injury, according to records from the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A social media post that shows a young girl inside in a Jacksonville medical center licking a tongue depressor and then placing it back into a jar has gone viral. The video was recorded in an exam room at the All About Kids and Families Medical Center .

The video, posted on Ward's private Snapchat account and later circulated on Facebook according to WJAX-TV, shows her daughter licking the depressor and placing it back into a storage canister. A sign shown in the video reads: "Please don't touch medical supplies! Thank you!"

The video is captioned: "Don't tell me how to live my life."

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Ward apologized to WJAX-TV, saying that she discarded the used depressor after the recording and that she was unaware of the "licking" social media craze. She said she has received death threats for the video.

“I mean honestly, I wasn’t thinking," she said to WJAX-TV.

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The medical center has since contacted police to perform an investigation. The office also removed the tongue depressors and re-sanitized the center . A 10-year-old Florida girl has gone viral after she was filmed by her mother licking a tongue depressor at a medical center and putting it back into a.

A Florida mom who stood nearby as her daughter allegedly licked a tongue depressor at a doctor’s office before putting it back in a jar is facing a felony charge after the revolting video “PLEASE DO NOT TOUCH MEDICAL SUPPLIES!” a message above the tongue depressors read, the video shows.

“We immediately removed all materials and container from the specific exam room and re-sanitized our entire facility," wrote the center to WTLV-TV. "Our internal investigation does not reveal any resulting risks or harm to patients from this action.”

Ward is scheduled to appear in court Friday.

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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Felony charges for mom who recorded daughter licking tongue depressor at medical center

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