A Staten Island nanny was arrested after she was caught on camera hitting, slapping and shaking a 5-month-old baby. The mother told cops that she installed a hidden camera in a carbon monoxide detector in her home to check up on 52-year-old nanny Mamura Nasirova. In the video below, taken on the afternoon of January 28th, you can see Nasirova feeding the baby, smacking it in the face and legs, then shaking it.

“This woman was abusing a 5 month baby because the baby won't eat. She was caught and fired by a Jewish family that hired her,” reads a description posted with the video. Sources told the Post that the mother, whose identify hasn't been released, was watching the camera on a remote feed. She immediately rushed back to the family's Woodlawn Avenue home and confronted the nanny afterwards. She also put at least one other clip online.

Nasirova was arrested on Sunday at the family’s home, and fought with cops as they tried to slap the cuffs on her, according to court records. She has been charged with endangering the welfare of a child and resisting arrest, both misdemeanor charges. The baby suffered from redness and swelling as a result of the abuse, according to the Post's sources.