Shocking and disturbing videos of a child were allegedly taken at a Little Rock daycare by an employee.
Now, a child abuse and criminal investigation is underway after our crews discover the videos posted to Twitter.
We actually stumbled on them as we were working on another story and felt we had to take action.
In cell phone video, a three-year-old boy is forced to pick used paper and his own feces out of a toilet.
"Come on, get it out," says the woman.
In another video, the boy is running around half undressed.
Both were posted online to a public Twitter account.
Both were taken at Ms. Carrie's Day School off Cantrell in Little Rock.
Monday, we went to the daycare to get answers.
With the owner Carrie Hillis' permission, we went inside and showed Hillis and the owner of the Twitter account, Leigh Miller, the videos.
Miller wouldn't give us straight answers.
"That is the video that I made, but I am not going to say who is in it," Miller said.
She soon gets upset.
"Does the behavior in the video concern you?" the reporter asks.
"A little, I was wrong and I know that," said Miller. "Are you recording? I don't want to be on camera."
Then, Hillis takes over.
"That is a serious offense, you shouldn't have done anything like that, at a daycare or anywhere. You are fired," said Hillis to Miller.
Hillis tells her employee of one year to gather her things and leave immediately.
Another worker walks out with her, as Miller yells at us to turn off the camera.
On her way, she shoves photojournalist Jay Bir into a wall.
We call Little Rock police, to file a report.
Hillis, too, launches into action, also filing a report with police and the Department of Human Services.
"I am very sorry that an employee of ours would do such a thing," she said.
Hillis believes it is Miller's voice on the video. She says she's appalled.
"To have that posted on Twitter is just disgusting really," she said.
It's against policy, Hillis says, to even have a cell phone in the school-pictures or videos are expressly forbidden.
She says employees also shouldn't ever be alone with children.
Now, she, police and DHS are vowing to get more answers about these videos.
"It's very difficult to watch, that someone would do that."
Ms Carrie Day School has only had one previous sanction against them and DHS says it wasn't serious.
KARK's Lauren Trager spoke with the mother of the child who was obviously so upset about this. She wants to press criminal charges.
And there could be a number of charges possible here-ranging from child endangerment to even possibly child pornography because of images of the child without clothes.
Of course, this is something we'll continue to cover and bring you more as it develops.