'Toddler Fight Club' Video Shot by Daycare Workers

Two women - one of them from Caledonia - are charged with child abuse for allegedly filming instead of stopping three small children from beating up a two-year-old.

Racine police and prosecutors say two women - one from Caledonia - filmed an attack on a two-year-old in their care by three other small children.

Krystina Woods and Jakitta Hollins are facing multiple felonies for allowing three small children on April 13 in the room where they were teachers at Bundle of Blessings Kid Kare, 2333 Northwestern Ave., to stomp, hit and kick a toddler.

Hollins is the mother of two of the children involved.

Instead of stopping the attack and reporting it, Woods and Hollins can be heard laughing on the video they made of the incident, the state alleges.

Our media partners at WISN 12 News report that when the mother of the victim picked the child up the day of the attack, she was told the child fell down. They also report the center's license was revoked on Thursday.

The director of the daycare reported the situation on April 26, after she learned a video of the attack was making the rounds on Facebook.

Both women had their initial appearances Friday in Racine County Circuit Court. If convicted, Woods and Hollins face up to six years in prison.

Mike Itzenhuiser May 04, 2013 at 11:35 PM
It would only take one generation to lead by a better example, but it won't be our generation, our kids generation or even our grandchildren's. This crap will continue until there's another civil war. White Americans vs. African Americans.
Angelene May 05, 2013 at 01:06 AM
Dysfunction at it's finest. These women should be ashamed of themselves for promoting violence. I hope the court takes their children away from them while they can still be saved. If those little boys are beating up other children at this age, just imagine what they'll be like when they are in high school. I feel bad for the toddler& his parents. Glad the daycare is shut down. Not a place where I would want my kids to be. Prayers for the little boy who was traumatized by the other bullies. Yes, that's what they are bullies, trained by their own family members. Shame shame shame !!
bt May 05, 2013 at 02:14 AM
Anyone criticizing the actions of these Obamavoters is just being culturally insensitive and a racisss. Obviously the only solution is to further subsidize their lifestyles by paying higher taxes.
Lika Phipps May 06, 2013 at 03:12 AM
This has nothing to do with Obama voters. I am an Obama voter, and I do NOT condone this behavior. A woman, if you can call her that, who teaches her own kids it's okay to beat up other kids is already in trouble. She should not be allowed to watch other people's kids, because she'll probably abuse them, too, so her kids can learn thuganomics - mammie style. It just goes to show that not all people know how to practice, much less preach, family values...
Terri Renguette May 07, 2013 at 12:01 PM
If the 2 women are being charged with a crime for posting this video, why is it okay for you to post the video to share with others? While the story of what happened is news, the video of an innocent child being abused is not NEWS. You should not post a video of an innocent child being abused. If this child had been sexually abused and video taped would you share that? Abuse is abuse. Just because this video exists does not make it okay to share. It should be erased from the internet. I refuse to watch this.


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