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Two employees at a Pinellas County assisted living facility in Florida were arrested after they allegedly abused two elderly residents and blamed the attacks on one of the victims. The two employees, Rosa Edwards, 23, and Aneisha Hall, 19, were arrested and charged with two counts of battery on a person 65 or older. There is surveillance footage showing altercations with the residents.

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WFLA has said that Pinellas Country Sheriff’s office has surveillance videos showing the two employees starting an altercation with one of the residents. Edwards was seen in the footage “laughing at the victim and whipping him with a lanyard before a physical altercation ensued.” Both of the employees were also seen in the videos grabbing the man, taking him to the ground, and tipping an elderly woman’s wheelchair over. However WFLA has reported that neither the man or woman resident were hurt int he incidents.

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It was also reported by WFLA that when the one employee, Edwards, was questioned she admitted to using excessive force on a patient and had said she “should have handled the situation differently.” The investigation is still ongoing though both employees have been suspended and are facing termination from the assisted living facility.

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WFLA was able to obtain the following statement from the Validus Senior Living,

“Upon learning of the incident, the Executive Director of Inspired Living at Ivy Ridge placed two associates on leave and initiated her investigation. As part of that investigation, the incident was reported to the Pinellas County Sherriff’s office and state agencies. Within 24 hours the Inspired Living team had completed their due diligence and upon completion both employees were terminated. The residents received medical examinations that revealed no injuries and returned to the community. The residents’ families have been notified. Both residents are doing well and continue to reside at Ivy Ridge. The actions of the terminated employees are not a testimony or reflection of the long term committed staff that care for our moms and dads at Ivy Ridge. We take the responsibility for caring for our residents very seriously and stringently follow the hiring guidelines from the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration. Inspired Living is led by a focus on our moral compass, and we are honored to serve our moms and dads with compassion, care, and the utmost respect.”

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