Female social worker accused of making sexual advances on over 40 moms, removing their children when rejected

Councilwoman Jurinsky filed the lawsuit on behalf of herself and 40 other women who have spoken up about their experiences with the former social worker.


A female former Colorado social worker has been accused of making "sexual advances" towards at least 40 mothers, making false accusations of child abuse and threatening to remove their children from their care when they rejected her.

Robin Niceta, 41, who was a child-protective worker in Arapahoe County, allegedly offered parents alcohol and invited them into her home before making sexual advances, reported the Daily Mail.

According to a $1 million lawsuit filed by Aurora Councilwoman Danielle Jurinsky, Niceta made false allegations of child abuse against her, and now dozens of other alleged victims have stepped forward and joined the suit.

Councilwoman Jurinsky filed the lawsuit on behalf of herself and 40 other women who have spoken up about their experiences with the former social worker.

Niceta was recently romantically involved with Aurora Police Chief Vanessa Wilson, who was criticized by Jurinsky when she joined the Steffan Tubbs radio show in January to discuss the crime problem in Aurora and police reform.

During the interview, the councilwoman notably called Wilson trash "trash," prompting Niceta to falsely claim that Jurinsky "sexually abused her son" in an anonymous tip on January 28. Wilson was later fired in April.

Niceta made the call identifying as an employee at one of Jurinsky's four restaurants that she owns around Denver, according to Denver7.

She told police that she heard Jurinsky ask her son, "Do you want to see something funny?" before performing sexual acts on the child.

Police investigated the accusations, but were able to close the case on February 14 after deeming Jurinsky innocent. They later identified Niceta as the one who made the tip to the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Department.

In May, the former social worker quit her job as accusations against her began to pour in.

"Please take my email as my immediate resignation from Arapahoe County," Niceta wrote to her superiors. "I appreciate the last 5 years and I wish you both the very best."

An arrest warrant was issued for Niceta on May 16.

Jurinsky later said that being falsely accused and going through the investigation was "brutal," and that she had never even met Niceta.

"All I can say is this is a parent’s worst nightmare to get a call like I got and to be under an investigation like I was, knowing that it was a complete lie and knowing that it was retaliation for my opinions," Jurinsky told Denver7.

"Every other attack that has come my way, I can handle on my feet and I can fire back and I can fight back. You involve my child and it brings me to my knees. And it becomes a different kind of fight."

A search warrant of her county-provided laptop reportedly showed a history of searches for "does the child abuse hotline keep phone numbers in Colorado," minutes before Niceta reported Jurinsky.

The former social worker denied the allegations, claiming that she "didn't know anything" about them.

Niceta is also accused of attempting to silence other victims, threatening to separate parents from their children, and making more false reports to do so.

Elliot Singer, the attorney who prepared Jurinsky's class action lawsuit that has now been joined by dozens more parents, told The Gazette: "So far, several parents have come forward to let us know that they also had their children taken away from them as a result of Robin Niceta's actions related to their cases whether by what they believe to be false testimony during court of what they believe to be false reports."

One mother claimed that Niceta told her she had gift cards for her and gave her personal cell number, and asked her to come to her home to pick them up. When the mother arrived, she was offered an alcoholic beverage that she denied.

"Once this member of the class declined what was clearly sexual advances, Niceta essentially turned on her and did everything in her power to make sure the child was permanently removed," Singer said.

Niceta will appear in court on August 29 to discuss these allegations against her.

Meanwhile, another Colorado family filed a separate lawsuit against Niceta on August 14, accusing her of unfairly separating them from their 14-year-old daughter.

An FBI investigation is also ongoing to determine whether Niceta abused her power by filing another false report to be granted custody of a former partner's child, according to Fox News.


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