A Saint Louis, Missouri Christian nursing home has been hit with a billion-dollar lawsuit after it was revealed a person, or several persons, continually raped and sodomized a helpless 84-year-old patient.
As RadarOnline.com has learned, Colette Green sued the Christian Care Home after discovering that her mother, Delores Green — an elderly woman suffering from dementia and Alzheimer's Disease — was being sexually abused at the center.
According to a press release obtained by RadarOnline.com, Colette "noticed unusual bruising and swelling around her mother's rectum and vaginal area while giving her a bath. She reported this to the nursing home director, and despite numerous complaints that day, her pleas for help went unanswered."
When she returned the next day, the bruising and swelling had gotten worse, and still no one could give her a straight answer as to why Delores was so gravely injured.
Colette then removed her mother from CCH and took her to DePaul Hospital to get examined. It didn't take long for doctors to determine the sickly 84-year-old had been repeatedly raped and sodomized.
"It is disgusting to think that someone could do this to anyone, and especially a helpless 84-year-old," said Kyle Green, Delores' son. "Our family is grieving because our mother was abused, raped, tortured and she had to suffer in silence because she could not cry out for help, as she suffers from dementia, Alzheimer's, and she cannot talk. She is as innocent as a newborn baby and equally helpless."
As RadarOnline.com has learned, Delores Green is a mother to six children, a grandmother to 14, and great-grandmother to 21.
After making the heartbreaking discovery, Colette, with the help of attorneys Willie Gary and Richard Banks, then filed a billion-dollar lawsuit against the home for its atrocious management skills and its complete inability to protect its residents.
"This lawsuit was filed to help shine a light on the under-reported evil of elder abuse in nursing homes throughout the country. It is our hope that no other seniors will have to suffer the way Mrs. Green is suffering, as this level of depravity reaches an epic low" said Gary in a statement.
He and his legal team are and will continue to fight for justice, not only for Delores, but also for the millions of other disabled senior citizens, mothers, grandmothers and great grandmothers who have been mistreated in homes and are unable to defend themselves.
"We are here to be a voice for the voiceless and to provide hope to the helpless" said Gary.
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