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|A stripper gettin' them retirement ends at an elderly home.|
The son of one resident, 85-year-old Bernice Youngblood, was shocked when he showed up for a visit and found a picture of his mom stuffing dollar bills — which are supposed to be locked away in her commissary account — into a dancer’s briefs.
The image also showed several of Youngblood’s fellow residents at the East Neck Nursing Center in West Babylon looking on with a mix of shock and delight as the dancers bumped and ground for their amusement.
Youngblood’s family immediately expressed their outrage to the staff — but were ignored, according to the suit.
“Plaintiff Bernice Youngblood was placed in apprehension of imminent, offensive, physical harm, as she was confused and bewildered as to why a muscular, almost nude man, was approaching her and placing his body and limbs, over [her],” the suit states.
Her family attorneys, John Ray and Vesselin Mitev, state in the complaint that her son, Franklin Youngblood, found the offensive photograph among her belongings during a January visit.
The irate son confronted a nurse, but the staffer lunged at him and tried to snatch the picture away, the suit states.
A nurse later told another of the victim’s sons that the strip show was an “entertainment event” for the patients and was done in “good faith,” according to the suit.
“Hiring male stippers to perform for the defendant’s nursing-home patients was a serial occurrence,” the suit claims.
“Bernice Youngblood has lived 85 years as a traditional Baptist, hard-working, lady . . . And now she has been defiled,” Ray said.
Youngblood’s family also asked why his mother was holding dollar bills in her hand when her cash was supposed to be kept under lock and key in a commissary account — but were again blown off, the papers state.
The “vile” incident was done “all for the perverse pleasure and enjoyment of the Defendant’s staff,” the suit claims.
Youngblood’s attorneys argue she “lacks the mental and physical capacity” to protect herself.
The FBI needs help identifying a man who they say was recorded sexually abusing a boy in footage found in another suspect's child pornography collection.
The bureau released images Wednesday of the alleged child molester, dubbed "John Doe 28."
Unlike most child pornographers who maintain their anonymity, the suspect reveals his face in the video. There are additional visible clues that might enable someone to identify him, the FBI said in a statement.
John Doe 28 appears to a be a white man in his 30s or 40s with wire-framed glasses and a receding hairline. The suspect is wearing a burgundy t-shirt with a shark logo on the left side.
“Subjects who show their faces in child pornography are not typical,” said Special Agent Karen Jurden in a statement. “It is our hope that someone will recognize this individual and come forward. We were able to recover a very clear image of John Doe 28.”
The video shows the wanted man and boy inside a residence in front of a blue sofa. There is a picture hanging on the wall that might be recognizable. The victim has been cropped out of the images released to the public.
The man is believed to be an American based on the one word — "careful" — he utters in the 2-minute video that was first discovered in November 2012.
Agents have been unable to narrow down his location so they are circulating the photos across the country.