SPOTSYLVANIA CO., Va. (WUSA9) -- WUSA9 has learned of more allegations of abuse at a Minnieland Academy daycare facility.
This time, a mother accuses a teacher abused her son at the Minnieland Academy at Courthouse Road in Spottsylvania County.
"I walked in, her back was turned. She was bent over in (my son's) face squeezing his arm with her voice raised, hollering at him saying 'why did you get your pants wet?"
The woman who does not want to be identified says she witnessed a Minnieland Academy instructor reprimand her 3-year-old son, several months ago.
But it was an incident last week with the same instructor, this mom alleges, sent her son to the hospital.
"He said she yanked his arm and shoved him into the floor."
Doctors in the emergency room said the 3-year-old had a sprained shoulder.Minnieland Academy has suspended the teacher without pay.
The Spotsylvania County Sheriff's Office confirms an incident report was taken Dec. 3rd, 2013 and the case has been assigned to the Crimes Against Children division. They also say this mother and her son are meeting today with forensic investigators, and representatives with the Department of Social Services.
"I'm outraged. No one has the right to put hands on children. And to have my kids somewhere I thought were safe, really upsets me."
This comes on the heels of another Child Protective Services investigation that revealed two teachers accused of physically and verbally abusing at least 9 children at the Minnieland Academy at the Glen in Woodbridge.
The two women have been charged with child abuse.
In both cases not all of the parents with children under the care of the accused teachers were made immediately aware of an investigation.
"My son was injured. Families have a right to know because other children were in that classroom. They have a right to know."
Here is the Statement from Minnieland Academy:
At Minnieland Academy we have multiple safeguards in place to ensure the safety of students while providing an engaging and nurturing environment. We regularly collaborate with educators, parents, and licensing authorities to make all our families proud of their early education experiences here.