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Hospice Workers Arrested After Filming Snapchat Video in Dying Patient’s Room

Three hospice facility workers were arrested last month in connection to a social media post in which they mocked a dying stroke victim.

According to 11Alive, Jorden Lanah Bruce, Lizeth Jocelyn Cervantes Ramirez, and Mya Janai Moss were each charged with exploiting an elderly and disabled person. The women were working at Bentley Senior Living Facility in Jefferson, Georgia, and were tasked with monitoring a 76-year-old woman who had suffered a stroke. The news outlet reports the women were inside the patient’s room waiting for a hospice nurse to arrive when they decided to film an insensitive Snapchat story titled “The End."

The post featured Bruce, Ramirez, and Moss inside the room making obscene gestures and using profanities. One of the women was reportedly filmed vaping, while the patient, who has since died, was off camera. It is unknown if the employees’ actions contributed to the woman’s death.

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