Ishiyah McGhee, 30 (pictured left), Janine McGhee, 39 (pictured center), and Moriyah McGhee, 32 (pictured right), are accused of attacking a 14-year-old girl in Deltona, Fla., and leaving her bloodied as a form of discipline for being suspended from school. The women are facing charges of child abuse for allegedly kicking and choking the teen girl and then forcing her to take her clothes off, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

The vicious attack took place on Friday and when the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrived at the scene of the disturbance, the unnamed child was hysterically crying and wearing only her bra and panties.

The relationships of the women to the child have not been released.

According to the Sheriff’s Office, the women had gone to the child’s school to attend a meeting about her behavior. As soon as the meeting let out, the trio and child headed towards the school’s parking lot where the alleged beatings began. The women reportedly began slapping the child, pushing her against a car, grabbing her necklace and choking her.

When the women and child arrived home, the girl reportedly jumped out of the car and made a run for it and the women chased after her. The trio caught the girl and allegedly dragged her back to the house by the hood of her sweatshirt. The police report states that Janine stepped up to the child and challenged her to a fight but she refused. The attackers then reportedly told the teen to remove her clothing so that “she could feel the discipline.”

According to the Sentinel, Brandon Haught, a spokesman for the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, said in his report about the case that “they then continuously kicked, punched and beat the victim with belts over her entire body until deputies arrived.”

When deputies entered the child’s household, they discovered two of the women still holding onto some belts and breathing heavily. Although investigators say that the eldest McGhee was involved in the beatings, she was not present at the home when deputies responded.

Meanwhile, the teen was treated at a hospital for multiple cuts and welts and was turned over to the Florida Department of Children and Families.

 

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11 thoughts on “3 Fla. Women Attack 14-Year-Old Girl For Being Suspended From School

  1. Ishiyah on said:

    “We were at my nieces school to defend what we considered an unwarranted suspension. She was being bullied and was being punished for us complaining to the school board… we thought. The school reviewed surveillance and saw my niece and friends bullying the boy instead. We were shown evidence of my niece being a gang member. She was taken home and spanked (fully clothed). She did run from us once we got to the house, but we caught up with her and drove her home, where she was spanked. The entire morning was about her, protecting her from bullies, from retaliation from the school, and finally, from her own self-destructive behaviors. We ended up in jail, released w/ no bail the next morning, later to find we were on the breaking news. Now, we’re on blogs where ppl who read once, write second, think zero comment on how we didn’t take our mugshots right, how we should be jailed and/or physically harmed. Still, not angry. Annoyed, yes. Offended, uh-huh. Not Angered. Sorry”

  2. VBucGreen on said:

    This is not only a Black issue, abuse occurs across racial lines. It sad that it happens at all, so stop making it a Black thing.

  3. Jiggy5 on said:

    Is there any wonder why a Renisha McBride gets shot for showing up on a white mans porch at 3 am. Black “women” are angry, violent beasts.
    Holla’

    • Ishiyah on said:

      As one of the ppl you are using as an example of an angry woman and justification of an innocent person being killed, I am loathed but obliged to comment briefly. It’s clear, I hope, that you have issues that a simple reply cannot cure. However, I am not angry, nor are my sisters. I have no criminal history, was arrested on fabricated statements and over zealous police work, yet still found myself able to smile for my first ever mugshot. We were at my nieces school to defend what we considered an unwarranted suspension. She was being bullied and was being punished for us complaining to the school board… we thought. The school reviewed surveillance and saw my niece and friends bullying the boy instead. We were shown evidence of my niece being a gang member. She was taken home and spanked (fully clothed). She did run from us once we got to the house, but we caught up with her and drove her home, where she was spanked. The entire morning was about her, protecting her from bullies, from retaliation from the school, and finally, from her own self-destructive behaviors. We ended up in jail, released w/ no bail the next morning, later to find we were on the breaking news. Now, we’re on blogs where ppl who read once, write second, think zero comment on how we didn’t take our mugshots right, how we should be jailed and/or physically harmed. Still, not angry. Annoyed, yes. Offended, uh-huh. Not Angered. Sorry

  4. We want justice when white folk beat us but who’s protecting us from us? The black community is AFRAID to speak out against it self….do we actually think we have NO sin? There’s some on every economic level…just like white folk.

  5. Jiggy5 on said:

    Just another day in the life of Niccas. Move along Peeps, nothing racist here to sink our claws into.
    Holla’ at the Scholar

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