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A "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" reality TV star has been indicted by a grand jury on several charges, including cruelty to children.
The seven-count indictment against Atasha Chizaah Jefferson, who goes by Tommie Lee on #LHHATL, stem from incidents that happened last year.
Jefferson was arrested twice in 48 hours in October after allegedly assaulting a student at Griffin Middle School and violating a no-contact order.
She allegedly grabbed a child by her hair and shoved her head into a metal school locker at the school on Oct. 16, the indictment said. The indictment also alleges she struck the child on the hands with a purse strap and slapping her in the face.
For those allegations, Jefferson was indicted on aggravated assault-family violence, first-degree cruelty to children and three charges of simple battery- family violence.
Happened on Hell's Kitchen S18E03 (Hell's Kitchen: Season 18, Episode 3, "Hell's Riders").
From sleeping in shelters - to sleeping in vans, this mother has been through some rough times! Ms. C. Harris is from south Dallas, TX, she is a single mother who was featured on FRONTLINE's documentary on poverty. In it, she detailed the pitfalls and obstacles of raising seven kids alone.
The documentary itself investigated the billions spent on affordable housing, and why so few get the help they need.
"Poverty, Politics and Profit" - S35E12 can be found on PBS' FRONTLINE website for free.
Oh, and by the way she had her van "repoed" the day she was being filmed for a second time!? How unlucky can someone be?
Background music, "Sweet - Pop Acoustic Royalty" is courtesy of Bensound
A referee in Chesapeake, VA is now banned from officiating following singling out a young Black girl during a basketball game because of the color and texture of her hair.
Erica Guerrier, the coach, and mother of the girl-in-question said she thought the referee was going to ask how long a timeout would be when she saw him walking in her direction.
“He asked to speak to me and then he mentioned that one of the players, when she goes to the next level she is going to have to do something about her hair,” Guerrier said.
The player was the coaches 10-year-old daughter, who was wearing braids with blue wave woven in CBS 17 reported. The referee said it was against the rules.
“The Chesapeake official came and they had my daughter come over and he pointed to, I guess the point where her natural hair meets the hair that was braided in and said he didn’t know what that was, and I said that’s her natural hair,” Guerrier said. “Just to get to the bottom of what are you talking about? There is no such rule, so why are you bringing this up in front of this girl that her only love is just to play basketball?”
Guerrier’s daughter is passionate about basketball and practices nearly five days out of the week the news station reported.
Guerrier was surprised that the referee made a spectacle of her daughter’s hair. According to the coach, the referee told her she would have to do something about her daughter’s hair as she moves up in competition.