A California mother was banned from a Laguna Niguel middle school after video recorded by a student and posted online shows her threatening her daughter’s bullies in the classroom before leaving them a little something to remember her by.
Christian Tinsley told KCAL the profanity-laced rant, recorded by a student in the class, followed numerous requests to school officials to stop several boys from repeatedly bullying her daughter, who begged her to stay in the car when she dropped the child at Niguel Hills Middle School on Tuesday.
Look closely at the tickets left in a #classroom by a #mom in Orange County. She went on a rant after she says bullies won’t leave her daughter alone- See the video at 4:30&5pm on KCAL/ @cbsla #cbsla #school #bullying pic.twitter.com/0bFJFNtePR
— michele gile (@CBSmichelegile) May 15, 2019
“Then she made a comment to me that if she wasn’t as strong as she was, she would have killed herself,” Tinsley said. “That’s when mama bear mode went into effect.”
“Ya’ll think ya’ll bullies, I’m a big bully,” Tinsley told students from the head of the classroom. “Let that be known and understand that. Leave my daughter alone, and I mean it.”
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