Billericay nursery worker is cleared of racism as case is thrown out

Billericay Nursery Worker Is Cleared of Racism as Case Is Thrown Out

A nursery worker has been cleared of racism after the case against her was thrown out of court.

Rosie Dunn, 25, from Billericay, had been accused of making a racist comment whilst working at Abacus Day Nursery in Billericay earlier this year.

On Monday the nursery supervisor was cleared of a racially aggravated public order offence after the case was thrown out by Magistrates at Basildon Magistrates’ Court.

Chair of the bench Karen Shorter said: “Based on what we have heard so far, we do not consider that there is enough of a case to answer.”

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