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Woman claims nursing home caretaker assaulted her

A handicapped woman says she was sexually assaulted by someone who was supposed to be her caretaker at a nursing home in Albuquerque, New Mexico, according to KOAT 7 ABC News.

Sex crimes detectives are investigating the incident, which happened earlier this month at Princeton Place Rehab and Nursing Home in northeaster Albuquerque.

The alleged victim cannot walk or move her legs well, according to ABC. The identity of her and her family was hidden for privacy purposes.

She called her family after the incident distraught and shaken. ABC described the her as “in a panic” after the incident.

Members of the woman’s family told ABC that they don’t feel safe leaving her in the nursing home anymore. The family wants the alleged assailant brought to justice.

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