WATCH: 9th-Grader Unleashes Vicious Beatdown on Teacher: ‘I don’t give a f*** if you’re an adult or not!’


by Jim Clayborn

A Georgia school district and sheriff’s office are investigating a student assault on a teacher caught on video Thursday at Heritage High School in Conyers, the Rockdale Citizen reported.

What are the details?

The attack was recorded from at least two angles and posted to social media. The first video shows a female student hollering in a female teacher’s face inside a classroom: “I don’t give a f*** if you’re an adult or not! You’re not gonna talk to me like that, you dumbass bitch!”

The teacher tells the student, “Get outta my face, baby.”

The Citizen reported that the student knocked a cell phone out of the teacher’s hand while the teacher called for assistance.

The student then is seen pushing or striking the teacher with both hands, and the teacher appears to put her hands up in order to protect herself.

As the teacher walks away from the student and heads to the door, the student follows her and hollers, “Bitch, you’re not gonna talk to me like that! You’re not gonna talk to me like that!”

While the teacher is in the hallway, the student attempts to close the door, but the teacher steps back into the doorway, and things escalate.

“Do not put your hands on me!” the teacher tells the student.

But the violence spirals out of control as the student repeatedly hits the teacher and grabs the teacher’s hair while the teacher appears to attempt to protect herself; students in the classroom react with hoots and hollers.

A second video shot from an opposite angle across the hallway shows the teacher and student grappling and then tumbling upon the hallway floor. The student quickly gets on top of the teacher and repeatedly hits her until she’s pulled away.

The paper said the teacher apparently didn’t strike the student.

The second video appears to show the teacher’s right leg buckle before she falls; at the end of the second clip, the teacher is heard saying, “My leg’s broken.”


Here are the videos. Content warning: Language:

What happened next?

The Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office told the paper the teacher was injured and is recovering, and the student — reportedly a ninth-grader — was detained and taken to a juvenile facility.

A sheriff’s office spokesman added to the paper that law enforcement is “actively investigating this incident. Once there is a decision to charge either party, RCSO will take the proper steps.”

Rockdale County Public Schools issued the following statement Thursday evening, the paper said: “Rockdale County Public Schools is investigating an incident where a student allegedly attacked a teacher during class today. RCPS does not tolerate student violence towards any staff members. Students who harm other students or staff will be disciplined according to our Student Discipline Code of Conduct and will be appropriately charged by law enforcement. We will adhere to personnel and student privacy laws in this matter.”


16 thoughts on “WATCH: 9th-Grader Unleashes Vicious Beatdown on Teacher: ‘I don’t give a f*** if you’re an adult or not!’

  1. These altercations between teachers and students could be avoided if the teachers did not ridicule the student in front of the class about a grade or a test or whatever. In the military, a drill sergeant or office cannot humiliate a soldier in front of other soldiers. It is like a boss, ridiculing an employee in front of fellow employees.

    1. Wayne, your mother must have imbued you with respect for authority or at least I hope she did? Why did you reject that teaching to offer a mealy-mouthed apologia for an obviously undisciplined, immature teenager?

    2. That’s a pretty lame way to excuse the student’s behavior. If the teacher called her out in a way she thought was inappropriate, she should have left the classroom and had the matter looked into by the school administration. Unless the teacher was physically attacking her there was absolutely no justification her actions.

  2. I am an old fashioned teache and taught very young children to adults over the years..

    Lack of respect as evidenced by this student should not be tolerated for any reason. I do think the student should be remanded to the head office at which time she/he should be the subject of a discussion about the whole affair. She should not be allowed to speak as their are many student’s in her classroom who may or may not speak for her. (The students should be fully aware that anything they say about the situation will be written and recorded for further investigation.

    The teacher should not be expected to do more than describe the situation and give her evaluation of the whole matter.

    The student should be summarily punished and her parents informed about their chil’d’s behavior. If it persists then further action must be taken to include informing the local police and the group that evaluates the child psychologically.

    I was shocked the teacher had suffered a broken leg and, regardless of her weight, the child should never have done anything to encourage the leg braking.

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