Help need advice child in need?

(6 Posts)
Missgem12345 Sun 08-May-16 21:24:54

Hello, I'm going to try and cut a long story short. A few years ago I knew a person (actually good friends) who was quite nasty with her children. Fully slapping them around the head and had different men around them. I couldn't deal with knowing and rang social services the child was 2 at the time(which backfired on me as they swore I was lying) I then got offered a lovely 4 bedroomed house which was well needed I have 4 children myself, I took the house and have recently came into contact with this person again she told me how social put her child on cp but only for neglect due to school, the behavior is appauling from this child and has been diagnosed with ADHD, I saw her pulling her child's arm really hard and the child slipped she went to grab her arm & this child must have thought she was going to get a smack and wrapped her poor little arms around her head. Social services failed this little girl once I don't want to report for it to backfire again, this persons family are extremely rough. The only thing I can think of is to get video evidence next time please help if I report her she will know its me
Thanks ,
P.s sorry if this is in the wrong thread smile I've never posted before. Also put me as annom

MattDillonsPants Mon 09-May-16 00:34:52

How did it backfire though? It didn't...it just wasn't followed up. She swore you were lying...that's not backfiring. Backfiring is if you were then the victim of abuse from her....

You obviously need to report this again and VERY insistently.

Newtobecomingamum Mon 09-May-16 11:18:18

Please pleass report again for the sake of the poor child

Missgem12345 Mon 09-May-16 11:41:10

Her family are rough. Police had to get involved as she knew the report had come from me I'm very concerned but I have my own children to think about too help?!

Missgem12345 Mon 09-May-16 11:43:33

How would I report her been as descret as possible

MattDillonsPants Mon 09-May-16 13:15:03

Er....phone social services! That's the only way.

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