A Columbus, Georgia, woman who says her daughter has been bullied at Midland Middle School was arrested and charged this week after authorities said she tried to take matters into her own hands.
Temeca Wyatt, 31, posted $2,250 bond Tuesday and was released from the Muscogee County Jail. She faces misdemeanor charges of disrupting a public school, criminal trespassing, disorderly conduct and simple battery.
According to a police report, Wyatt walked into the school’s cafeteria about 1 p.m. Monday, confronted a 14-year-old eighth-grader, screamed profanities and “poked her about the forehead with her fingers.”
“Ms. Wyatt was upset because her daughter was being harassed at school by a group of girls,” the police report said.
The report said Wyatt remained on school grounds “without the knowledge of school staff.” Several students witnessed the incident, and at least six provided written statements to police, reports show.
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