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2 Atlanta BT-1000 Teachers Get Into A Brawl During Class In Front Of Students Before Being Arrested! (Video)

2 Atlanta BT-1000 Teachers Get Into A Brawl During Class In Front Of Students Before Being Arrested! (Video)

by May 25, 2017 0 comments

#iShitUNot

By: Tommy “Tj” Sotomayor

At this stage of the game, black women are freaking idiots and cant be fixed!

After having one married teacher end up screwing a 15 year old boy in the back of a damn car at 2am where the vehicle was holding up traffic, we now have a case of 2 black female teachers duking it out in the middle of class.  The Dekalb County Middle School class was rudely interrupted when two black female teachers had decided that they both were ready to rumble and there was nothing between them both but air and opportunity!

My girl Tyisha Fernandez and her fine self sent out this tweet of what happened before reporting on it…

These two DEKALB COUNTY, Ga.  teachers were punching and hitting each other for several minutes before order was finally restored in the classroom by other teachers who were forced to come assist in the stopping of this insanity that was done in front of the students by these black queens!

The teacher and a paraprofessional who were caught on camera fighting in front of students at Stone Mountain Middle School still have their jobs and many of the parents and students as you heard were outraged at this..

“I mean that’s not a good example in front of kids. That was just bad. It was just bad,” parent Valerie Stewart said.

Video shows at least two students trying to break up the fight, but it didn’t work. Another staff member had to intervene to stop the two adults from punching each other.

School officials are investigating why the fight broke out.

“I really couldn’t believe it. Like I thought it was kids fighting and then found out it was teachers. It was just bad,” student Madison Hall said.

The school sent a letter home to parents on Monday telling them that two staff members were “engaged in a physical altercation that caused a major disturbance in a classroom.” The letter assured parents that they both will face appropriate discipline.

School officials declined an on-camera interview while the investigation is open, but sent a statement that said: “The interaction and conduct in the video is completely unacceptable and contrary to our district’s tenets and core principles. Those staff members that participated in the conduct have been removed from the learning environment.”

School officials said both staff members have been arrested and charged with disorderly conduct in a public place.

 


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