I hired a new nanny. Today is her 2nd day. As I had bad experiences with nanny before, I set up a nanny cam.
After I came home today, I reviewed the video clips and found my nanny took out a prescription bottle, took a pill out of the bottle, kind of smash something on the table and then use a small paper roll and then it looks like she inhales it into nose.
I reported to police right away and will definitely fire her.
I don't know what else I can do or what else I should do.
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Does anyone know if this data exists and where I can find it?
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