Maya Kowalski received $260 million in compensation from Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. The court found that the staff of the facility in Florida contributed to the suicide death of Mrs. Beata, the girl’s mother. The Polish woman suffered from depression after she lost custody of her daughter. Now the 17-year-old has filed another complaint. Maya Kowalski accuses hospital employees of sexual assault.
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USA. Maya Kowalski accuses the hospital of harassment. She explains why she remained silent for seven years
On November 16, the 17-year-old told Fox News that she had filed a complaint against Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. Maya Kowalski was hospitalized in 2016. She was 10 years old then. – I claim that there was sexual abuse. I remained silent on this matter for several years because I was afraid that I would not be taken seriously, she said. A lawyer representing the hospital stated that such “allegations originally appeared during the trial but were not included in the case.”
“As soon as the hospital learned of the allegations, it immediately initiated an internal investigation, as is its policy, and contacted law enforcement last month. Federal privacy laws restrict Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital from sharing more information, but the hospital takes its these types of allegations and always puts the safety of its patients above all else,” the hospital’s lawyer said in a statement.-
The Netflix documentary describes the history of the Kowalski family. Mrs. Beata was accused of abusing her daughter
As we wrote, in June 2023, the documentary “Take care of Maya” was released on Netflix, which presents the history of the Kowalski family. In 2016, Maya Kowalski was hospitalized with abdominal pain. The parents told the doctors that their daughter suffers from multi-symptom regional pain syndrome (CRPS) and that the teenager was relieved by ketamine.
Doctors were concerned about the treatment method used by the parents, so they notified the services. The facility’s staff accused Mrs. Beata of abusing her daughter by intentionally making the child sick. It was claimed that the woman suffered from Munchhausen syndrome. On this basis, the court deprived the parents of the right to care for the child. This happened even though Maya continued to show symptoms of the disease after being separated from her parents, and the doctor who had previously treated the girl confirmed that he had recommended ketamine to her parents. In 2017, Beata Kowalski committed suicide.