Woman breaks into school to beat up girl who bullied her daughterBy Mason White 10:41 AM April 4, 2014
By: Devansh Dutt
(Scroll down for video) A mother and daughter are in trouble after the woman broke through school security to hit a student.
Irea Nall, 29, of Ohio, was jailed after she forced her way into the middle school at which her daughter attends.
The mother confronted the student, who she believed was bullying her daughter. The incident took place at the South Groveport Madison Middle School in Franklin County.
According to police, Nall, a mother of two, went to the school and slipped through the front door that is equipped with a camera and a buzzer, as another visitor was leaving.
The school has a system that requires all visitors to show ID and talk to a security guard before being escorted to the main office, but Nall did not do that, she ignored all safety procedures.
She headed to the lunchroom. The mother jumped on a table, kicked some kids meals onto the floor and got to the girl who her daughter accused of being a bully. The mother ended up hitting another student in the head with a bottle.
The dean and other staff members were also hurt when they confronted the mother and tried to get her out of the school. Nall was charged with assault, inciting panic and aggravated trespassing. Her daughter also faces one count of disorderly conduct.
The mother is being held on a $25,000 bond.