Where is the last place that comes to mind to house a fight club? We’ll tell you… It’s definitely an elderly care facility.
But three ladies who were such healthcare workers didn’t share this same ideology.
They felt the right place to run a fight club was right within the four walls of an assisted living facility that catered to elderly residents and then matched the residents against themselves.
While this is ethically taboo, it is also humanely an awful thing to do, coercing patients left in your care to fight one another.
Danby House, an assisted living facility, was the center of attraction for a while in 2019.
Three of their workers were caught inciting fights between patients and encouraging them to hit and beat up one another. They also video recorded, probably to watch later and generally have for their pleasure.
But let’s not get into the full gist just yet… the tea will be spilled as you read further.
10 /10 Danby House Was In The News
In June 2019, Danby House, an elderly care, memory care, assisted living facility in Winston-Salem, North Carolina – a subsidiary of Affinity Living Group Senior LLC (formerly Affinity Living Group LLC) – was in the news for an unfortunate and traumatizing reason.
The authorities discovered that three employees ran and encouraged a fighting ring amongst residents at the facility.
In June 2019, they recorded one of the fights where they were caught on tape verbally promoting the fights.
9 /10 The Secret Dementia Fight Club At Danby House
Three female healthcare workers at Danby House ran a makeshift fight club in the facility.
It so happened that three Danby House employees encouraged a fight between two elderly residents with dementia – and did nothing to stop the war.
They even went ahead to record the fight with one asking, “Are you recording? You gonna send it to me?” and another was heard saying, “Punch her in the face.”
The elite healthcare facility employees met their waterloo when their secret was discovered, and the necessary authorities got involved.