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The California mother who confronted the racist bullies harassing her child inside their middle school classroom, is now speaking out to Inside Edition — claiming she was simply protecting her daughter.

Christian Tinsley entered the 8th grade classroom at Niguel Hills Middle School during second period and threatened students she believed were bullying her 13-year-old daughter, Jade, CBS Los Angeles reported.

Tinsley said one of the male students had sexually harassed her child, and that was the final straw, promoting her to confront the situation head on.

“If you all bully my daughter, if you look at her the wrong way, if you breathe the wrong way, send your mom to me,” Tinsley can be heard saying in a video that was reportedly recorded by a student and  provided to CBS2. “Sisters, aunts, anybody over 18, I’ll f— them all up. Do you understand me?,” she says in the now viral clip.

“Don’t post nothing about her. None of that,” she adds. “Y’all think y’all bullies? I’m a big bully, OK?”

Tinsley told Inside Edition, “I was just there to protect my child,” saying that the teacher gave her permission to speak to the students. “At the time I thought the school was allowing me to do so.”

She added: “I asked the teacher if I could speak to her class and she said yes, which is why she sat there for the majority of my speech.”

Tinsley even handed out homemade tickets reading “Free A** Kicking.”

She says she regrets using obscenities and only did so to add emphasis to her message

“Looking back, I do regret using the one curse word that I used, but in my mind this was not toward the children, this was me trying to get my message across to the parents,” she said.

Jade told Inside Edition that she was subject to verbal abuse from some white boys at her school.

“They’ve called me a monkey, they’ve called me the N-word,” she said. “And they’ll just talk about me all the time. … It kind of made me feel really bad about myself.”

Jade, who was in the room during her mother’s speech, noted: “When my mother came in, the boys who were bullying me, they were silent.”

The Capistrano Unified School district has banned Tinsley from returning to campus and officials said they are investigating the incident, as well as the bullying claims.

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7 thoughts on “Mother Who Confronted Bullies At Daughter’s Middle School Speaks Out [Watch]

  1. Why would you have your child in a school with people who do not want her there because of her race? I attended an all black high school as a child, and I am glad I did

  2. Passing Through!! on said:

    I don’t blame her don’t let your child become a headline for suicide due to bullying. Handle your business if you have to curse a few knuckleheads out to save your daughter and let them know you’re bout it, won’t stand for it so be it. What are the schools doing to protect these children? Why does a parent have to come to school and act a fool to get protection…ridiculous.

  3. Desegregation on said:

    It’s really sad, the more things change, the more they stay the same. Schools are integrated but morality and fairness can’t be legislated. These bullies are being taught hate and the administrators can never seem to identify them especially when the bully is a white male. Somehow they can only identify the victim when they stand up to the bully, and the bully goes unpunished!

  4. Janaline on said:

    BULLYING is a Mess in Our Schools Today!! Most Teachers Don’t even Care!! When Students Do Speak Up Your Labeled as a Troublemaker or Snitch!! These STUDENTS Should be Held ACCOUNTABLE!!! Every Student Should Be Paired with a Decent Mentor Type Student/Friend at school!, NOoo CHILD should be ALONE or Feel Left Out in a School or Classroom!! BUT, PARENTS Ain’T what They use to Be!! Because MOST OF Them are Bullies themselves!!

  5. Mothers doing what she has to do ,she should transfer her daughter to a different school or just get a home tutor instead.Too bad the black community is’nt united enough nowadays because when i was in school racist bullying just would’nt happen because there were other black students there to back you up.

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