Day care workers accused of giving toddlers melatonin gummies

Three Illinois day care workers have been charged with endangering children after police say they were discovered to be distributing gummy bears with melatonin to toddlers without parental consent.
0:43 | 03/06/18

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Three employees of Chicago area daycare are facing charges accused of giving a class were full of two and three year old children. Melatonin before their nap time. A police say the three teachers admitted to giving the kids gummy bears laced with the sleep inducing hormone to try to help them to sleep without their parents knowledge. As many as twelve children may have been drugged. Meantime the first alleged male victim a former USA gymnastics doctor Larry Nasser. Has filed a lawsuit Jacob Moore now a freshman at the University of Michigan says Nasser abused him while treating him for shoulder injury. All of this two years ago when he was only sixteen years old. Nasser has been sentenced to at least 300 years behind bars for sexually abusing hundreds of girls and women.

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