20 September, 2017
The exclusive video obtained by WJAX/WFOX appeared to show staff at Naval Hospital Jacksonville handling a newborn baby inappropriately.
The Snapchat post also showed the woman and her colleague allegedly make a baby "dance" by holding it under the armpits.
Shellito wrote a Facebook post where she described her decision to post the images publicly and to demand retribution for the nurses' actions.
The posts went viral after getting shared on Facebook Monday.
The Naval Hospital Jacksonville employees who reportedly posted a viral video of newborn babies "dancing" will likely face criminal charges.
The hospital calls the images outrageous, unacceptable and incredibly unprofessional.
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"We have identified the staff members involved", the statement continued.
The sick employees were "removed from patient care", the hospital said.
The hospital said they are working to notify the patient's parents.
"Getting removed from their jobs. great". "I hope ppl keep talking about this until these girls are held accountable". "Not only should these two [disgraceful] "nurses" be court marshalled, charged with child abuse and stripped of their nursing licenses, but clearly this is a command failure and the entire unit be evaluated to determine how these two people thought something like this can take place in a military hospital".
The nurses behind the incident have since had their Snapchat accounts suspended and the videos removed.
The statement comes after some very questionable social media posts.