4-year-old girl severely abused by her own father: Child abuse must stop!
The tragic story of a girl beaten by her father has caused outrage online.
We look up to our fathers as heroes, as protectors. Sadly, there are some men who do not deserve the title “father,” like the one in this story.
Heartbreaking images of a four-year-old girl beaten by her father are making the rounds online, with some netizens likening her story to that of Cinderella.
Reportedly, a visiting relative saw the girl’s condition, and took the photos.
Her father reportedly chained the girl to a toilet and forced her to wash his clothes. Her eyes were so badly bruised that she had a hard time keeping them open.
She had cigarette marks on her back, and her arms showed signs of abuse.
The child’s father reportedly chained her up in the bathroom before leaving the house at 6 or 7 a.m. He returned at 10-11 p.m. to feed the helpless child.
In addition, the relative said the father was also an alcoholic.
The girl’s relative reported the abuse and within an hour, local authorities rescued the little girl. The father has been arrested, and the four-year-old “Cinderella” is now being treated at a hospital.
Here at theAsianparent, we hope with all our hearts that this little girl is getting the care she needs and deserves. We also hope she heals from the scars of this trauma.
It’s very important for children to live in a healthy and safe environment where they can grow and learn. Abused children are also helpless, so it’s up to us to do something about it.
It’s everyone’s responsibility to do what they can in order to prevent child abuse.
Don’t hesitate to report abuse as your actions can save a child’s life.
Here’s where you can call the Ministry of Social and Family Development to report abuse:
Phone: 1800-7770000 (Mon-Fri: 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.)
Counter Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Address: 512 Thomson Rd #10-00 MSF Building, S(298136)
Always remember, if your gut instinct tells you something is wrong, it probably is. Don’t ignore it – it’s always better to safe than sorry.
Photos screencapped from: Metro