A Texas healthcare worker was detained after being seen on tape repeatedly beating a patient who was incapacitated, according to authorities.

According to authorities, Kathy Moses was charged on Friday for mistreating a patient who was disabled. According to police, parents installed a covert camera after realizing their child would become frightened whenever Moses came over. Police said that the video clearly demonstrates Moses striking the girl numerous times, twice with a book to the head. Morning Brew is read by more than 3 million people; you should too! Thank you for registering! When you’re on the go, access your favorite topics in a customized feed. A Texas healthcare professional was detained and charged on Friday in relation to the mistreatment of a patient who was incapacitated, according to police said .

According to authorities and the nearby Valley Central news station, which is associated with NBC and CBS, Kathy Moses is accused of striking a crippled 11-year-old patient, resulting in third-degree felony accusations of injury to a child, elderly, or disabled person.

According to Mission Authorities Department spokesman Art Flores, the disabled girl’s parents called the police after Moses allegedly repeatedly hit their daughter at their home in Mission, Texas.

According to Flores, the child’s parents installed a camera in the house after they became aware that their daughter seemed to become frightened whenever Moses visited.

According to Flores of Valley Central, the parents alerted law enforcement after video purportedly showed Moses taking their child by the shirt, screaming at her, slapping her repeatedly in the face, and hitting her twice in the head with a book.

Moses appeared in court on Friday. The amount of her bond was $100,000.