Video shows Tenn. woman attacking second-grader on school bus
CLARKSVILLE, TENN. — Video released on Wednesday shows a woman on a school bus threatening and attacking a second-grader, according to The Leaf-Chronicle.
Chaos erupted when the woman stepped on the bus to confront a child that she believed hit her stepdaughter in the mouth.
The video shows Kela Ieshia Hand, 22, getting on the bus, walking past the driver, yelling at the children and trying to lead the 7-year-old boy she believed hurt her stepdaughter off the school bus.
The video shows Hand grabbing a 7-year-old second-grader and shouting profane threats at the child. She then threatened all of the children on the bus.
The woman can be heard telling the boy she will “(expletive) him up.” The boy said he would tell his mom, according to the warrant, and Hand is heard yelling, “Go ahead. I will (expletive) her up too!”
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