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School To Punish Girl For Punching Boy In The Face, Then They Find Out What He Did

A mom relayed a situation to Daily Headlines about her daughter's recent trouble at school. When the mother went to find out why her teen was in trouble, the school says she hit another student. The mom defended her daughter and issued a warning to the school, the other student involved, and his family.

The unnamed mother is an ER nurse and was working a shift when a call came into the hospital. Her daughter's principal said they'd been trying to reach her for 45 minutes on her cell phone, which was in her locker at the time, and that there was an urgent issue. The principal demanded she leave work early and meet with him at the school.

When the nurse got to the school, she found the principal, a teacher, a counselor, her daughter, a boy with a bloody nose and red face, and his parents were sitting there waiting for her. "The boy had twanged my daughter's bra and she had punched him in the face twice," the mother explained. "I got the impression they were more angry with my daughter than the boy."

The mother finds out the boy had been harassing her daughter repeatedly by snapping her bra, which at one point became undone because of the fiddling. The teacher told the girl to ignore it, but the girl finally turned around to defend herself.

The principal felt something needed to be done about her daughter's violence, but the indignant nurse stood up to everyone in the room.

"She defended herself against a sexual attack from another pupil. Look at him; he's a foot taller than her and twice as heavy. How many times should she have let him touch her? If the person who was supposed to help and protect her in a classroom couldn't be bothered, what should she have done?"

The mom turned on the boy and told him if he ever touched her daughter again, she'd call police and file charges for sexual assault. She stormed out of the classroom and reported the principal and teacher to the Superintendent.

Source: The Daily Headline
Photo: Die4Kids

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