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New Abuse Allegations Against Dr. Candice Matthews?

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Dr. Candice Matthews asserts her extensive expertise in social work, spanning over two decades, and holds the position of Statewide Vice Chair. Presently, she serves as the Director of the Children of Diversity Foster Adoption Agency, where she spearheads the creation and implementation of the organization’s strategic initiatives with a focus on efficiency.

In addition to her managerial duties, Dr. Matthews oversees committee coordination, personnel training, and the development of business plans in collaboration with state entities. Furthermore, she manages the day-to-day operations of the agency and has been honored with an honorary doctorate.

Dr. Candice Matthews Alleged of Defrauding Parents of Special Needs Child

Dr. Candice Matthews faces accusations of defrauding the parents of a special needs child, as reported by Noel Munoz, a self-proclaimed “CITIZEN REPORTER” from New York. According to Munoz, Quanell X, a well-known figure, was also implicated in the alleged scheme by the family of the child.

These allegations were conveyed by Munoz on behalf of the family during a recent phone call. Anyone with relevant information regarding public corruption, election fraud, unfair treatment in court, unlawful arrest, or absentee ballot harvesting is urged to contact (832) 212-8735.

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TIPSTER: 

Tipster Noel Munoz, speaking on behalf of Kendrick Davis Jr.’s family, contacted regarding Dr. Candice Matthews. In November 2021, the family hired Quanell X and Dr. Candice Matthews to help with Kendrick Davis Jr.’s case. They paid Quanell $1,500.00 for services such as protests, media attention, and inquiries into Kendrick’s assault at school in October 2021.

PURPOSE OF THE CALL

The purpose of the call is to address the family’s dissatisfaction with the services promised. Noel Munoz stated that Kendrick’s parents, Brittney Leveston and Kendrick Davis, paid for these services but have not received them. The family feels deceived by Quanell X and Dr. Candice Matthews.

A counselor in Montgomery County was fired after being seen acting violently against a student with special needs. However, the mother of the 7-year-old insists that she wants more than just termination.

The mother from Montgomery County claims that the incident captured on tape was a crime against her 7-year-old son, and she wants both the counselor’s job and her freedom terminated.

“My son is being attacked by this woman, as you can obviously see,” claims Brittney Leveston.

When Montgomery County ISD representatives explained to the family what happened to their 7-year-old special needs child at Madeley Ranch Elementary, the surveillance video Leveston is referring to was played.

“I’m simply upset and offended. I can’t believe he had to go through that,” laments Leveston.

The second-grader and the special needs counselor are seen alone in a room on the video. He was being separated from another student, and the counselor was with him to assist him with coping strategies.

“If that’s the case, why does the video show the counselor approaching my 7-year-old after he has been by the room door for eight minutes, seemingly trying to start a fight?” asks Leveston. She claims her son is seen trying to give the counselor a tape he had picked up off the floor, and they end up fighting on the floor for a while.

“And then you see this woman physically abusing this kid on the video. We’re talking about a little boy here. This person is not an adolescent. This lasted for more than simply two or three minutes. I’ve watched a lot of videos, but this one is the worst I’ve ever seen,” says community activist Quanell X.

“She treated him like he was nothing more than trash. He was very upset, and you can see where her nails dug into his skin,” adds Leveston.

“She decided to get physical when the kid threw the tape at her because he was acting up. Therefore, when someone of such stature and caliber is present, they must be detained and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law,” says Dr. Candice Matthews of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition.

“You can see my son lying on the floor, not moving, and then she takes him by the left arm and just drags him across the floor,” said Leveston of the scene near the end of the 30-minute video.

The incident took place in October 2021. In November 2021, the Montgomery County School Board decided to fire the counselor and informed CPS. Following their inquiry, CPS found no physical abuse.

After the Montgomery County DA’s Office disqualified itself due to a conflict of interest, the Grimes County District Attorney’s Office opened an investigation.

Andria Bender, the District Attorney for Grimes County, issued the following statement:

“Our office carefully reviewed this case. After examining the evidence, it’s clear that a jury wouldn’t find the victim’s claim to be true. We take allegations involving children seriously and are committed to seeking justice. Additionally, the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services investigated this matter and found no evidence of physical abuse by the suspect.

This decision doesn’t prevent the school district from taking action against Ms. Tatem or the family and their representative from pursuing any civil claims, as we’ve discussed with them.

“I think she needs to reconsider her actions. Imagine if it were her child. The counselor shouldn’t be working with kids. She should be held accountable. She needs to face the consequences,” adds Leveston.

Depending on the outcome of a hearing with the Texas Education Agency starting on Friday, where the counselor is seeking reinstatement, she may be allowed to work with children again.

Even though the district released the following statement:

Montgomery ISD acknowledges an incident that occurred at Madeley Ranch Elementary School in October 2021, involving a student and a staff member. We take such matters very seriously.

Upon learning of the incident, we promptly launched an investigation and placed the employee on administrative leave in accordance with their contract terms. The employee’s termination was proposed following the completion of the investigation, and the case was referred to the district attorney’s office and child protective services.

The Board of Trustees unanimously recommended the termination of the employee based on the Superintendent’s recommendation, with a hearing scheduled for March after the employee filed an appeal with the Texas Education Agency. We have cooperated with law enforcement throughout this process. However, we do not have control over which cases the District Attorney chooses to prosecute.

The student’s parents were invited to a meeting with the superintendent and other district officials. We adhere to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), ensuring parents have access to their child’s educational records, including videos. Upholding a safe learning environment for all students is our top priority, and any behavior contrary to this principle will not be tolerated.

The family of the 7-year-old student believes that the restraining techniques used were not appropriate, leading to their child’s trauma and nightmares. They are committed to seeking justice for their child.

Candice Matthews claims she got a fraudulent PhD from USC, although the University’s Associate Registrar has denied this claim.

The Associate Registrar of the University has denied Candice Matthews’ claim of obtaining a fake doctorate from USC.

If Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee wins her bid for Mayor of Houston on November 7, 2023, Carroll G. Robinson, chairman of the Texas Coalition of Black Democrats, should not be allowed to win the 18th Congressional District of Texas seat. Last week, Dr. Candice Matthews was elected to lead the Harris County Chapter of the Texas Coalition of Black Democrats.

However, Gerry Wayne Monroe, also known as the 5-Star General, raised doubts about the validity of the “DOCTORATE DEGREE” claimed by Dr. Candice Matthews on her application for a state license for her “CHILDREN OF DIVERSITY” Child Care Placement Agency.

Monroe plans to inform Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton that the transcript submitted by Dr. Candice Matthews in her application is forged. Dr. Candice Matthews falsely stated on the first page of her fraudulent application that she earned a Ph.D. in education from the University of Southern California, which has been disproven.

The University of Southern California’s Associate Registrar of Academic Records & Registrar, Stephanie A. Murguia, confirmed that Dr. Candice Matthews never attended USC, located at 700 Childs Way, Blvd. #91 in Los Angeles, CA 90089.

Candice Denise Ward Enecio’s fake educational qualifications, which she supplied to the Texas Department of Family and Protected Services in order to obtain a licence to manage Children of Diversity, can be reviewed. Candice Denise Ward Enecio did not attend the University of Southern California, hence “THE TRANSCRIPT” on (PAGE 15) of this application is incorrect, according to Stephanie A. Murguia, Associate Registrar of Academic Records & Registrar at USC.

Candice Denice Ward Enecio provided incorrect information about attending USC in the preceding paragraph. Candice Denise Ward Enecio did not attend the University of Southern California, hence “THE TRANSCRIPT” on (PAGE 15) of this application is incorrect, according to Stephanie A. Murguia, Associate Registrar of Academic Records & Registrar at USC.

From 2002 to 2005, Candice Denice Ward Enecio did not attend the University of California. Candice Denise Ward Enecio did not attend the University of Southern California, hence “THE TRANSCRIPT” on (PAGE 15) of this application is incorrect, according to Stephanie A. Murguia, Associate Registrar of Academic Records & Registrar at USC.

Candice Denice Ward Enecio was not offered a major in Educational Leadership by the University of Southern California. Candice Denise Ward Enecio did not attend the University of Southern California, hence “THE TRANSCRIPT” on (PAGE 15) of this application is incorrect, according to Stephanie A. Murguia, Associate Registrar of Academic Records & Registrar at USC.

The University of Southern California did not award Candice Denice Ward Enecio with a Doctor of Philosophy degree in education. Candice Denise Ward Enecio never attended the University of Southern California, hence “THE TRANSCRIPT” on (PAGE 15) of this application is false, according to Stephanie A. Murguia, Associate Registrar of Academic Records & Registrar at USC.

According to Stephanie A. Murguia, Associate Registrar of Academic Records & Registrar at the University of Southern California, the “THE TRANSCRIPT” above, in which Candice Denise Ward Enecio claimed to have attended the Rossier School of Education on the University of California (USC) campus, is a complete fabrication.

This is the sticky note that Candice Denise Ward Enecio used to submit “THE FRAUDULENT TRANSCRIPT” to the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services to receive a state license. Anyone who receives a valid degree from a university may readily ask for a second copy. 

Candice Matthews filed a complaint against Aubrey R Taylor Communications

Attorney Jimmie L. J. Brown Jr. filed a bogus lawsuit on behalf of Dr. Candice Matthews, the Texas Coalition of Black Democrats’ “Accountability Chair”.

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