A mother in Orange County, California is in trouble after she entered her a classroom and issued a threat to her daughter’s alleged bullies and their families. According to reports, she took action after she said her complaints to the school went unheeded. The unidentified woman is now banned from the school.
The mother of the Niguel Hills Middle School student told her daughter’s 2nd period classmates that if they have a problem, they should have their adult relatives take it up with her.
“If you all bully my daughter, if you look at her the wrong way, if you breathe the wrong way, send your mom to me,” the mother says in a cellphone video that was recorded by a student and aired by KCBS-TV Channel 2. “Sisters, aunts, anybody over 18, I’ll f— them all up. Do you understand me?”
According to district spokesperson Ryan Burris, the mother entered the classroom unannounced and didn’t check into the school’s front office when she stepped on campus.
From the LA Times:
Last week, Burris said, the woman lodged a complaint with the district that students had bullied her daughter on campus. The district investigated and by the end of that same day, had deemed her claims unsubstantiated. The school notified both the mother and the parents of the accused students that their brief probe was over.
“It seemed to come to an acceptable conclusion,” Burris said.
But that was apparently not the case for the mother of the girl who had said she was bullied.
After the mother’s tirade, she reportedly told school staff that the bullies were also tormenting her daughter on social media. According to Burris, her claims are again being investigated.
“I would say in general I think parents need to be more aware of what their kids are doing online and on social media,” he told the Times. “They’re young and they don’t know what’s appropriate.… It creates a lot of problems.”
The Orange County Sheriff’s Department is now investigating the mother to see if she committed a crime.
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