Texas: CPS Employee Filmed Telling a 14-Year-Old Girl in Foster Care to Become Prostitute

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Texas: A Children’s Protective Services (CPS) employee was caught on camera telling a 14-year-old girl in foster care staying at a Harris County hotel to become a prostitute. A mother of nine children turned her teen daughter, who had been running away and causing trouble at school,  over to CPS with hopes the agency would help the girl, but the CPS worker told her to become a prostitute when the minor asked for food.

Children’s Protective Services would more than likely remove a child from a parent who told them to become a prostitute.

“They should, and they would,” said family law attorney Mike Schneider.

Keisha Bazley has nine kids. She turned to Child Protective Services to help her with her 14-year-old daughter, who she says was running away and causing trouble at school,

“My daughter told me that the worker had been telling her she should do these things, so she said she decided to video her,” Bazley said.

CPS is housing the girl at a hotel. She’s one of dozens of foster kids living at hotels in Harris County.

In the video, the girl tells the CPS employee she wants food. The CPS worker tells her to be a prostitute.

“And giving her an incentive to do so, and almost a threat of not having her needs being met, if she didn’t do what this woman very explicitly told her to do,” Schneider said.

“If me, the parent, was to do something like this to my child, I would be bashed,” said Bazley. “I would be called a horrible parent. I would lose my kids.”

Bazley filed a formal complaint with CPS.

“This should not happen to girls in their care,” she said. “It should not happen. it’s unacceptable.”

Jamie Masters, the Commissioner of CPS, came to Houston to personally apologize to Bazley and her daughter.

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Ragnar D.
Ragnar D.
3 months ago

We can keep expanding government “help” programs like CPS, but all of this “helping” will NEVER solve the fundamental problem of a sick society that believes in moral relativism rather than Christian morals of right and wrong. That CPS employee likely figured that the 14 year-old girl needed money, and men in the community needed sexual services. So why not provide them with sex so that the 14 year-old can get money?