Ga mom allegedly assaults preschool teacher at Catholic church, promises son was abused

A Ga mom has been arrested pursuing a violent attack in opposition to a 61-year-old preschool trainer. 

The alleged assault occurred Wednesday at St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Church in Grovetown, according to WDRW. 


Authorities mentioned 28-calendar year-old Kasey Marie Brooks was upset more than an incident relevant to her son. 

When the mom, the instructor and a faculty director walked into a classroom to talk about the issue, Brooks struck the trainer in the back of the head several instances, according to an incident report supplied to Fox News from the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office environment. 

A witness stepped in and tried to pull Brooks off the trainer but was not able to do so. 

The witness yelled for help and a second witness entered the home. 

Equally pulled Brooks off the trainer but she ongoing to punch the educator until eventually she was lying on the floor with seen marks from the scuffle, which includes a swollen face and chunk marks all over her left thumb.

When witnesses sooner or later had been effective in pulling Brooks absent, the teacher retreated into a class lavatory and locked the doorway. 

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As Brooks left the school, she said she would “wait for her mug shot,” the sheriff’s business office observed.

The teacher was taken to Doctors Hospital for health care cure. Brooks was later on charged with battery.

A Ga mother was arrested on suspicion of violently assaulting a 61-year-old preschool teacher at St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Church on Wednesday. The target said 28-calendar year-outdated Kasey Marie Brooks was upset over an incident pertaining to how her boy or girl was taken care of on Tuesday.
(Columbia County Sheriff’s Business)

WDRW said Brooks has considering that bonded out of jail.

A different report has been submitted by Brooks for allegations of baby abuse versus her son. 

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In it, Brooks promises she saw online video footage together with various occasions in which the trainer bodily abused and mishandled her little one. The girl reported she was denied accessibility to video footage from other class days or alternate camera sights of the incident. 

The report said she was certain that there were being many other incidents mainly because her son experienced a leg damage from school previously in August.