Care worker Daniel Baynes admits ill-treating resident

Daniel Jacob Baynes Daniel Jacob Baynes also denies stealing Mrs Wright's food

A former care worker has admitted twice ill-treating a resident with dementia at a care home in North Somerset.

The abuse was captured on a secret camera installed at the Granary, in Wraxall, by Gladys Wright's family.

Daniel Baynes, 24, from Bath, also pleaded guilty to stealing Mrs Wright's food but denied a further count of ill treatment and one of theft.

Two other colleagues also appeared at Bristol Crown Court charged with ill-treating her.

Both Tomas Gidaszewki, 29, from Nailsea and Janusz Miroslaw Salnikow, 24, from Bristol, pleaded not guilty to the charge.

The case continues.

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