Discarded children still bring in subsidy checks for the adoptive parents who tossed them aside (VIDEO)

They gave up on their “hard-to-place” adopted kids — but not on the government check intended for the discarded kids’ care.

Hundreds of adoptive parents across the five boroughs who’ve sent their children to live elsewhere are continuing to pull in monthly checks of up to $1,700 per child while the city, state and feds look the other way, the Daily News has learned.

Because of a confusing tangle of bureaucratic rules and a lack of city oversight, the parents can continue receiving the government subsidies for months, and even years, until the child turns 21.

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