4 employees on the Bromley nursery have been arrested on suspicion of kid cruelty after a two-year-old was allegedly attacked.
Metropolitan Law enforcement officials had been referred to as to the nursery on Might 20 after it was alleged the toddler was “bodily assaulted by workers members on the venue”.
Police confirmed there have been no obvious accidents to the kid.
4 girls aged between 18 and 28 had been arrested on suspicion of kid cruelty and have since been launched on bail. Two different feminine workers members had been interviewed voluntarily by detectives.
A Met spokesperson informed the Commonplace: “We are able to affirm police are investigating allegations of kid cruelty in relation to a nursery faculty in Bromley.
“Enquiries are ongoing.”
An Ofsted report reveals Lemongrove Nursery on Nook Farm Highway in Bromley was suspended between Might 31 and July 12.
The nursery cared for kids from 6 months outdated to 5 years outdated.