Uruguay has ordered the repatriation of five of its peacekeepers in Haiti, accused of involvement in acts of sexual violence, and teenage son.
Vice President of Uruguay fleet department of Haiti is also exempt from the mission on the case.
Uruguay was the video appeared on the Internet that claimed to show an abuse.
This is the latest controversy involving peacekeepers in Haiti.
The Uruguayan military said it was taking "strong action and exemplary" response to these allegations, and would apply the maximum penalty if the defendants were convicted.
Uruguay, which has 1,200 soldiers in the UN mission in Haiti, was a call to action when a video of the alleged abuse has appeared on the Internet.
In the short clips that were recorded on a phone, there are more men in uniform heard laughing as they keep a boy on a bed for what seems to be a sexual assault on a UN base in the south of Haiti.
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We took these allegations very seriously, and if the allegations are proven, the perpetrators brought to justice "
The UN spokesman
Spokesperson for the UN Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH), told the BBC that he had immediately ordered a study of the military police.
"The UN has a policy of zero tolerance for misconduct, or sexual exploitation or abuse," said Eliane Nabaa.
"We took these allegations very seriously, and if the allegations are proven, the perpetrators brought to justice."
In last week ordered the Uruguay Defense Eleuterio Fernández Huidobro, an urgent investigation into allegations of what he calls "deviant acts" of peacekeepers in Haiti.
The Haitian authorities conduct their own research, conducted by a judge.
Her study will also examine cases where young women of Haiti is suspected of having been made pregnant by UN peacekeepers.
The forces of MINUSTAH in Haiti, arrived in 2004 to address the instability that followed the overthrow of Jean-Bertrand Aristide.
However, it has generated controversy, including allegations of excessive use of force by peacekeepers.
Last year, after widespread protests in the Nepalese peace has been accused of responsibility for an outbreak of cholera, which could well have killed 6000 in Haiti.
The mandate of the UN mission in Haiti was extended again after the earthquake last year in which thousands died and hundreds of thousands of people remain in temporary shelters.
Meanwhile, President Michel Martelly struggled to form a government since he took office earlier this year.
BBC Americas analyst Warren Bull says that despite the resentment of the peacekeepers of the UN, among many Haitians, President Martelly is very unlikely to annul the mandate of MINUSTAH.