Nasty nanny busted by tech-savvy mom with nanny cam

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There is that saying to ‘never doubt a mother’s intuition,’ right?

Well, this story is sure to make your stomach turn.   One Staten Island mother suspected her nanny, Mamura Nasirova, wasn’t caring for her kids as well as she should have.    The mother went out and bought a hidden camera and installed it inside a carbon monoxide detector.

The results were horrifying.

The camera caught Nasirova shaking and slapping a five-month old girl in the face multiple times while the babies 17-month old brother watched on.

The madness didn’t stop there.  When Nasirova tried to feed the baby a bottle, and the baby refused, she punched the baby in the legs multiple times.

The mother watched all of this unfold live on her iPad from right across the street.   She ran back home to save her children from the fury, while waiting for police to arrive and arrest Nasirova.

The video and account was posted on a Russian parenting website under the nanny black list section – however, it doesn’t look like Nasirova will be anywhere near children anytime soon.

Nasirova was arrested and charged with endangering the welfare of a child and resisting arrest.  She is now being held at Riker’s Island on a thousand dollar bail.

The power of the nanny cam.



  • custom usb

    The mother is really very brilliant that she bought a hidden camera and installed it inside a carbon monoxide detector. By which she can catch her expected criminal. Good technique………

  • darrin

    she should be so lucky the cops got to her before the mother decided to snap and beat this worthless vermin to a pulp anyone who abuses kids deserves a fate worse then death

  • zFashionizta

    Seriously only $1000 bail?
    I would have kicked her ass, dragged her face down across the pavement and left her with the face that her own mama wouldn’t recognize.

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