Mamura Nasirova pleaded guilty to two counts of endangering the welfare of a child after the Staten Island nanny was caught on camera slapping and shaking a baby.
The nightmare nanny caught on camera slapping and shaking a 5-month-old Staten Island girl has admitted abusing the baby and now faces up to 10 months behind bars, prosecutors said Tuesday.
Mamura Nasirova, 52, pleaded guilty to two counts of endangering the welfare of a child Monday for the horrible Jan. 28 attack captured on a hidden camera installed by the tot’s parents, officials from Staten Island District Attorney Dan Donovan’s office said.
Nasirova was alone with tiny Sabrina Mardakhaev and the infant’s 17-month-old brother when she suddenly started hitting the girl in the face, then shaking her by the chest and feet before giving her a bottle, the video shows.
Nasirova then grabbed the baby from the chair and walked out of the room in the Grasmere — unaware that Mardakhaev’s mom was remotely watching the entire attack in real time on camera.
The mother, who was not identified, rushed home and confronted Nasirova, sources said. The family then contacted police, who arrested the 52-year-old on Feb. 4.
Donovan’s office has also taken steps to have Nasirova deported back to Uzbekistan after she fulfills her sentence, officials said.