MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — An employee of a Missoula mental health center who told her supervisors about a client's computer search for child pornography was fired after reporting him to police.
The client, John Gribble, is charged with sexually abusing a child after a DVD with photos of nude children was found at his house.
The Missoulian ( ) reported Wednesday that an employee of Three Rivers Mental Health Solutions contacted police about Gribble on Oct. 17.
The employee first told her supervisors, who told her not to report Gribble. Three Rivers administrator Shea Hennelly says reports that break medical confidentiality must include the names and address of the child involved and the extent of the child's injuries.
The employee was concerned about two young girls that Gribble babysat, but she did not know their names.
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