of touching a 3-year-old girl on her "privates". I'll start this off by saying both daycare and I are 100% sure he did NOT do this - he's never alone with this girl, ever. They don't nap in the same room (they're actually 2 floors apart), they don't eat at the same table, they're never unsupervised outside. Plus he's just not the kind of kid who'd do that. There's no molestation history (of that I'm 100% positive), he has no risk factors for that, etc. So I'm not concerned that he actually did do this, I'm concerned about what happens now. Our DCP pulled me aside when I went to pick up the kids today to give me a heads-up, said she was meeting with the girl's parents tonight and wanted me to know. Again reassured me that she knows he didn't do anything wrong but has to hear the other parents out. I'm okay with that. But what now? If the other parents aren't happy with DCP's response are they going to go to the cops? CPS? Are we going to have strangers interrogating my son and poking around our house? Neither daycare nor I have questioned my son about this, I know enough not to ask him anything because it might plant something in his mind that wasn't there before, so I don't even have his side of the story (if there even is one). That's something DCP was going to question the parents about tonight, HOW they came up with this story. Did the girl come straight out and say "A touched my privates" or did they ask her leading questions that came around to my son. Ugh, my stomach is in knots about this and there's no one I can talk to. Has anyone been through this before? Anything I should know or be prepared for? I'm just so p!ssed off that someone can accuse my kid like this! That's not something you effing play around with!
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8/3/09 at 8:09pm