A nursery assistant has admitted recklessly picking a toddler up by the ankles and dropping her on her head.
The two-year-old girl suffered friction burns after being dropped on the ground at a nursery in Fraserburgh last year.
Yesterday, India Mitchell admitted behaving culpably and recklessly when she appeared at Peterhead Sheriff Court.
The 21-year-old’s actions were spotted by another member of staff at the nursery – but the guardian of the tot last night claimed it took six days for her to be told.
She said the ordeal had been “upsetting” for everyone involved.
“It’s the nursery’s fault,” she added.
“It was six days before I found out about what had happened. When I did I moved her to another nursery.”
Mitchell, of Wallace Way, Fraserburgh, had also been accused of assaulting a boy at the nursery by vacuuming his…