Mother sued for often bullying neighbor’s daughter as ‘ugly’

September 26, 2018

SAN Juan police arrested a 38-year-old mother, who has been accused of child abuse by a 17-year-old neighbor of bullying and teasing her daughter for being ‘ugly’ during an operation at her house Tuesday afternoon.

In a report submitted to Eastern Police District (EPD) director Chief Supt. Bernabe Balba by San Juan police chief Dindo Reyes, the suspect was identified as Juvy Uniporme, vendor, who was nabbed in an operation conducted by members of the Warrant and Subpoena Section headed by SPO4 Helen Baldoza at her residence at 1 N. Domingo St., Bgy. Progreso, San Juan City, at 2:30 pm.

Reyes said the woman was arrested by virtue of warrant of arrest issued by San Juan City Regional Trial Court (RTC) Judge Mary Catherine Noblejas-Garcia, docketed under Criminal Case No. 1600629-Sj issued on Sept. 12, 2018. 

Uniporme was facing charges of child abuse filed by her neighbor on July 4, 2018.

Court records showed that the suspect falsely accused the victim and hit her in different parts of her body using broomsticks while dragging her along the street.

The victim was able run away from the suspect and informed her parents about the incident.

It was learned that the suspect has been fed up with the victim who always bullies and teases her 10-year-old daughter for being “ugly”.

Based on medical examination, the victim sustained contusions, abrasions and wounds in different parts of her body and requires medical attention for seven days.

The suspect was detained at the San Juan police detention cell.

The court has recommended the bail at P80,000 against the suspect.