PENSACOLA, Fla. – A Pensacola family is claiming her disabled daughter was allegedly raped and impregnated in January of 2018, the Pensacola News Journal reports.
PNJ reports the woman, who is a developmentally disabled woman, can't move her hands or fingers and has to be fed through a tube.
The family is now suing Pensacola Cluster, a 24-bed intermediate care facility for those with developmental disabilities.
A lawsuit received by PNJ reports the woman is "completely dependent upon and at the mercy of National Mentor staff."
A doctor discovered the woman was pregnant after she was tested before undergoing hip surgery for another incident that allegedly happend at Pensacola Cluster.
The family is now seeking justice.
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