The state is releasing new information on the Flour Bluff nursing home shut down in April. The documents released Friday bring some disturbing allegations against the owners of the facility.

On April 15, the Affordable Quality Care Assisted Living Center was raided by agents of the Deprtment of Aging and Disability Services. All of the patients were moved out and placed into other facilities.

Our cameras were inside during the raid, as the state took emergency action to seize the facility’s operating license.

Najmeh Nouri Griffin, owner of the center told us she didn’t know why they were being shut down, but now the state is shedding light on its actions.

“They said we are charged with abuse and neglect, and really they do that anytime you fire an employee. They go charge you with that. It’s very common,” Griffin told us at the time of the raid.

The 42-page document details the states findings.

It claims Griffin “…abused residents through physical abuse, verbal abuse, intimidation and humiliation.” read more

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