A mother brutally beat her seven-year-old child with a belt in school. The video of her physically abusing her child in the cafeteria of Homer Drive Elementary School went viral these weeks. The mother of a seven-year-old boy was dragged from his shirt and forced to apologize to a teacher. He threatened the boy by saying, “I will break your f … ing face” and succumbed to other verbal and physical abuse.
The child had some behavior issues with the teacher and was abusing his teacher. The teacher informed her mother about her child’s inappropriate behavior at school. After hearing what her child did, the mother decided to beat the poor boy in front of the whole school.
At the time of the incident, someone made an online video and posted it on social media. After the footage reached CPS (Child Protective Services), he presented the case in court. An associate judge has signed the removal of the child from her mother from the age of 1 to 12, along with her four siblings. Chief Prosecutor Randy A. King in the Family Law Division of the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office said the hearing would be for either November 19 or November 21 for further disposition. Child protection services spokesperson Sharai Palliam ensured that the children were removed for their safety.
As seen in the video, no one intervened while the evil mother was physically, mentally, and psychologically wounding her child. Homer Drive Elementary Principal Dr. Belinda Richardson-George wrote a post on Facebook saying, “We do not condone such behavior from our parents, teachers, and scholars.” The matter is being investigated.
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It is indeed a pity that a child has to go through such trauma and traumatic scars that will have a significant adverse effect on the child’s development. The child’s mother is expected to lose custody of her children and be punished for her actions.
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