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Model Reveals Horribly Inappropriate Question, Nurse Says to Her 10-Year-Old Daughter After Taking Child to Hospital Because Her Cat Bit

By Vaseline May26,2024

  • Robin O’Malley said nurses were ‘ruining’ her daughter’s innocence
  • The model said she took her 10-year-old to an undisclosed hospital due to a cat bite

A model revealed the horribly inappropriate questions she says a nurse asked her 10-year-old daughter after taking her to hospital for a cat bite.

Robin O’Malley, a model and radio show co-host, shared the bizarre interaction that occurred after the nurses asked her to leave the room to ask her daughter questions. The mother did not reveal in which hospital this happened.

During a recent episode of The Outlaws Radio Show, O’Malley spoke with her other fellow hosts and said the topic of the conversation is “very triggering,” especially for parents.

As she began to tell the story, O’Malley spoke hesitantly as she revealed that nurses at the unnamed hospital asked her daughter if she was sexually active and if she had ever drank or smoked.

“I worked so hard to protect her, only to have these nurses ruin her innocence in a split second, when all we went to the hospital for was a cat bite,” O’Malley said.

Robin O’Malley, a model and radio show co-host, shared the bizarre interaction that occurred after nurses at an unnamed hospital asked her to leave the room to ask her daughter questions.

“I’m not going to say which hospital,” the mother said, adding that her daughter had been admitted to the pediatric ward.

She then discussed the “normal questions” nurses and doctors ask patients, such as whether they want to hurt themselves or feel safe at home.

“And so these nurses asked me to leave the room for a moment so they could ask my daughter some questions.”

“I thought they were going to ask the exact questions I just listed, and in fact those weren’t the questions they asked her,” O’Malley said.

The model said her daughter is still an “innocent,” “normal child” who “doesn’t try to act older than her age.”

O’Malley said, “So these nurses asked my 10-year-old daughter if she has sex and drinks and smokes?”

After questioning her child, O’Malley said one of the nurses came out of the room and told her she “may have opened a can of worms.”

“And I was like, ‘What do you mean?’

“And she said, ‘Uh, I asked her if she had sex and she was really confused about what I asked her, so now she’s a little curious,'” O’Malley recalled.

The mother then entered the room where she was “immediately” greeted by her daughter who asked, “Mommy, what is sex?”

‘Oh okay. So now I’m very furious. I am very, very angry that my innocent ten year old child, who I fought so hard to protect her innocence from this already crazy world, just because these nurses ruined her innocence in a split second, when everything what we did I had to go to the hospital because of a cat bite,” O’Malley explained.

“Wow,” one of her co-hosts responded.

She then explained that she didn’t like the questions the nurses were asking.

“I think that’s a problem because it’s not like they asked her that because they felt something was wrong,” O’Malley said.

“They asked her that because apparently this is something new that hospitals ask children from the age of seven.”

‘And they don’t communicate that with the parent in advance.’

O’Malley (center) said the nurses “ruined” her child’s innocence when they asked her those questions
The mother (right) said a friend who works at the hospital told her that the new protocols for asking children aged seven and older these questions

After a brief moment of silence, her co-host, Darvio “Kingpen” Morrow, said, “Yes, that’s outrageous. That’s absolutely outrageous.’

“The fact that they thought it was a good idea to do this, and the fact that they did, the important thing is that not only did they do this to a 10-year-old, but they did it without telling you first. he added.

“Because you could have told them, ‘Yeah, don’t do that,'” Morrow said.

“Right,” O’Malley replied.

“And the fact that they did that without your permission, that’s wild.”

O’Malley said she was “absolutely furious” and “distraught” about the interaction.

“I’m pretty sure there was smoke coming out of my ears, like I was getting hot,” she said.

The radio co-host said she didn’t see the nurse again after asking her daughter those questions.

Morrow then said that the entire situation would have been different if O’Malley’s daughter had been in the hospital for something related to that “region.”

“Like, it was a cat bite,” he said, laughing, before adding, “What are we doing?”

The frustrated mother said that after the awkward altercation, she told her friend who works at that hospital.

“She said, ‘Unfortunately, they’re making us ask that question now, starting at age seven,’” O’Malley said.

“And I thought, that’s so f’d up.”

“That nurse destroyed that innocence part of her,” she added.

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