VIDEO: Mom Confronts Boys Bullying Daughter In Class

An irate parent of a bullied 8th Grade girl threatened to beat up the adult female relatives of the bully boys involved.

Laguna Nigel, CA – An Orange County mother, fed up with the bullying her 8th Grade daughter was enduring from boys in her class, showed up at school to challenge the bullies’ parents to fight and passed out paper tickets for free a-- whoopings (video below).

KTLA reported that the mother barged into the Niguel Hills Middle School classroom during second period on Tuesday.

The mother had been to see school officials the week before to express concern about how her daughter was being bullied by boys in her 8th Grade class.

School officials told KTLA that they thought the problem was handled.

But it wasn’t.

The boys continued bullying the girl on social media over the weekend, prompting the mother to return to the school and hand out tickets for “free a-- whoopings” in the classroom.

In the video of the incident filmed by a student who was present, the mother stood at the front of the classroom next to the teacher to deliver her rant.

“That’s messing with my daughter. She’s a girl, y’all are boys, okay? If y’all go near my daughter, if you look at her the wrong way, if you breathe the wrong way,” the woman threatened.

"She's a girl. Y'all are boys, ok?” the mother continued. “If y'all bully my daughter, if you look at her the wrong way, if you breathe the wrong way, send your mom to me. Sisters, aunts, anybody over 18, I'll f--k them all up. Do you understand me?"

"Leave my daughter alone and I'm not gonna say it again,” she warned. “Any mom. Any sister, can catch these hands, okay?

“I mean no messages online, don’t post nothing about her. None of that. None of that. Y’all don’t know me. Y’all think y’all are bullies? I’m a big bully. Okay?” the mother informed them.

“Leave my daughter alone and I mean it. If I have to come up here again, there’s gonna be a problem,” she threatened.

The irate mother told her daughter’s classmates that if the people bullying her daughter were girls, she would tell her daughter to meet them outside after school and fight them.

“But since you guys are boys and she can’t do anything, tell your moms, tell your sisters, tell your aunties, cousins, whoever, as long as you’re over 18, we can handle it any day,” the mother said.

Then she gestured off-camera to some paper tickets she had brought with her to distribute amongst the class.

“Pick ‘em up. A-- whoopings. A-- whoopings for free! For free! You don’t even have to pay for it,” she announced.

“You gotta leave her alone and I mean it,” the mother ended her tirade as she walked toward the classroom’s door.

At least one student cheered and others began applauding before the video ended.

Niguel Hills Principal Tim Reece sent an email out to parents after the incident that said the teacher had called the front office for help and an assistant principal responded to escort the parent out of the school, the Orange County Register reported.

He also said they didn’t know how the parent had gotten into the school in the first place.

The Capistrano Unified School District announced that the mother had been banned from the middle school’s campus after the incident and said the incident was being investigated, according to the Orange County Register.

Watch the enraged mother’s rant in the video below:

Comments (55)
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Skidoo
Skidoo

Many years ago when I was in school a boy would never dare to bully a girl; the other boys would kick his ass and faced public shaming for picking on a girl. That all changed after the push for universal equality.

K-9 319
K-9 319

If the mother had to do that, apparently the school didn't handle the problem very well.

sturnman22
sturnman22

A mom has to do what she has to do - teacher obviously has no control over her classroom. School has no security in place.

THEDUKE
THEDUKE

My my how brilliant .Although what the boy(s) are doing is very wrong this is a terrible and completely ignorant "solution" ......and supposedly offered by an "adult" .

oldbat
oldbat

theduke, get off it, what if it was your daughter and the school did not handle it. would you just ignore the problem

JBo
JBo

Sounds like a better response would be to get a lawyer or the news media involved. That always seems to get their attention.

lego2006
lego2006

Unfortunately, kids are learning by example. Celebrities, late night so-called comedians, those in the media, & even politicians like Maxine Waters, constantly bully people they don't like through social media, speeches, & on their tv shows. They're happy to post videos encouraging others to harm & otherwise disrupt the lives of those with whom they disagree. Riots break out against Conservative speakers on campuses, they're doxed by nutty liberals, & they're assaulted in public, etc, etc, without any repercussions against the perpetrators. Rarely, if ever, do we hear of these things happening to liberals by typical Conservatives (and I don't mean expression of differing OPINIONS). As long as this offensive behavior continues to go unpunished & is treated as acceptable, we have no reason to expect our young folks to behave any differently.

Snakeman 51
Snakeman 51

The school and the teachers need to start doing their jobs! Yes, I am an old deplorable, but if I did that or somebody did that when I was in grade school or high school ....a butt kicking coming up! Wake Up America!

BlueLM101
BlueLM101

I love this woman's tenacity! AND She made tickets too!!! ROFLOLOLOLOLMA!!! I hope it works! No child should have to endure that kind of treatment.

NomonK
NomonK

Why hadn't the teacher done something about the bullying. I don't blame the mom. Its truly a shame that there are so many sorry ass parents today. They want their children to be their buddies and as a parent your position is that. A leader, a teacher, a disciplinarian with Lots of Love. Yes parents hold a huge responsibility

Det_John_Kimble
Det_John_Kimble

Don't count on the school to address any bullying either.

Peacemaker7
Peacemaker7

Aside from her threats, I applaud this mother. School officials need to take bullying serious and take immediate action. These children and their parents need to be held accountable. The schools should have zero tolerance. From the article, it seems that the administration was more concerned about how the mother got on campus. We need the administration to act like a mother hen and protect our students. This video speaks volumes about the school and their attitude about safe schools. Time to think outside the box!

Old Hawg
Old Hawg

Yay for Mom. Obviously, the actions by the school to ameliorate the bullying by the boys didn't make much of an impression on them, but I'll bet that did.

M4Defense
M4Defense

Sounds like this school needs to take a serious look at their anti-bullying policies.

TarnishedCopper
TarnishedCopper

When we were kids, we didn't have cell phones to send "bullying text messages" to. A lack or parenting and cell phones contributed to this as much as the kids did. When I was in school we kicked bullies right where it hurt. One ace basketball player made the mistake of bullying me and couldn't play for a week because after one swift kick his testicles were the sixe of baseballs. Never had any more problems after that....

Popcop.M1
Popcop.M1

Why is the teacher sitting there on her ass? Because the mom's black? If I was the principal I'd fire the teacher and trespass mom. Let your kids fight their own battles so they can survive the real world.

Teijeiro2
Teijeiro2

GOOD FOR HER! Obviously, these boys are brain damaged and STOP IT means nothing to them. DAMN STRAIGHT LADY, GO AFTER THE SO CALLED "PARENTAL FIGURES", THEY'VE RAISED SHIT. And if they charge you? I will donate to your defense fund. The School should have done this earlier. CALLED THE PARENTS AND TOLD THEM IF THE BULLYING CONTINUES YOU, THE PARENT/GUARDIAN WILL BE ARRESTED. WE NEED TO MAKE THE PARENTS RESPONSIBLE.

HAWAIIBLUE
HAWAIIBLUE

I would’ve done the same if the school did nothing. As a parent one of your main jobs is to protect your kids, as well as teach them right from wrong. I am not condoning or condemning this, but if, the school did nothing or if whatever the school did had no impact on the boys’ parents, then, she probably felt she had no other choice. On the other hand also, I would definitely make sure that the daughter isn’t instigating anything before doing something that bold.

Oldvlc
Oldvlc

Hey there are many times we would like to do and/or see vigilante justice, but I fear she may have made everything worse rather than better.

Deadfan73
Deadfan73

The schools are not going to protect your children, they have been rendered useless by the PC, leftist hand holders. Kids face a disgusting, offensive, deadly gang of spoiled, undisciplined asshats every single day. I applaud her, and if the school would have handled it, she wouldn’t have been pushed to the point she had been. 50% of kids today are just little fuckers - the other 50% are victims. Somebody needs to protect the innocent and handle all the little Hitlers that have been conditioned to bully and hate all while Mommy and Daddy shower them with praise and awards they didn’t earn. Way to go Mom!!!

JMK2244
JMK2244

Suggestion: Instead of barging into a school and classroom and threatening the bullies, how about just making sure your daughter has blocked the Facebook bullying? I mean, kudos for sticking up for your daughter, but shame on you for doing it in such a manner that it made YOU look bad! Hopefully, your daughter will be able to change schools.

Onlygodcanjudgeme
Onlygodcanjudgeme

She did the right thing so many kids in these are on the verge of hurting them self cause they can’t not handle the bullying and the school only care about there budgets so congratulations mom of the year award to you

Propolice
Propolice

She did what she had to do in the face of no discipline in schools and parents of sissified bullies who mess with girls. It’s her daughter and she’s protecting her.

trainbuff
trainbuff

I know growing up as a kid, we didn't have cell phones or computers to be bullied on. Ours was the more direct approach and most always done in front of others to grind the shame deeper into the wound.

As school, I was bullied unmercifully, and while it bothered me, I had a certain tolerance built up to it thanks in whole to a stepfather who toughened me up at home.

While the authorities knew about it, know one did anything to help the daily physical, mental, sexual, and emotional torture I was subjected to for 16 straight years.

You either sucked it up, or succumbed to the pressure and committed suicide. I chose life because he wasn't worth dying for and something inside me wanted to live.