America's most evil babysitter is a monstrous brute who body-slammed a little girl to the ground when she ignored him!
As this shocking video obtained by RadarOnline.com reveals, 31-year-old Gregory Diglin went ballistic after ordering a tot, "Time for play!" on March 22 at a Texas day care center.
When the adorable 4-year-old failed to follow his command, Diglin savagely barked at her: "Stand up in the box!"
Images showed the child — who has not been identified — remained lying on a mat at the Children's Lighthouse Day Care in Spring, Tex.
Outraged, Diglin yelled at her: "Don't say no to me!" He then repeated: "Stand up in the box!"
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When the little girl still didn't obey, scumbag Diglin sauntered over, grabbed her by the arm, lifted her tiny body — and then slammed her to the ground, face-first, as other tykes watched in horror.
The terrified tot screamed, Mommy!" and then burst into tears.
At that point, the cowardly Diglin quickly covered his tracks — leading the child across the room and cleaning her bloodied face.
According to cops, the youngster's lips were busted, her gums bloodied and her teeth mangled so badly that she could suffer long-term dental woes.
Other day care staff members were in the building at the time of Diglin's beastly assault, but not in the room where it occurred, Chief Matt Rodrigue of the Montgomery County Constable's Office told Radar.
"When the parents picked up the child ... they were provided a form from the day care center saying she had basically hurt herself by tumbling within the classroom," Rodrigue said.
But the brave little girl spoke up, telling her parents what really happened.
Cops seized the surveillance video, and Diglin was jailed on felony charges of child assault. He is being held on $250,000 bail, and has been fired from his job.
"I'd remind all parents that they are their children's first line of defense and to never take for granted the care they are in," Chief Rodrigue told Radar.
"It's especially difficult when they are not yet verbal. Luckily, this day care center had cameras in the classroom, but parents need to ask about a center's security measures and surveillance features. Some have apps where you can log on to your phone to see how your kid is doing."
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