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VIDEO: Mom confronts daughter’s bullies in class, hands out tickets for ‘Free A** Whoopings’

‘Y’all think y’all are bullies? I’m a big bully. Ok?’

A mother has been banned from a California middle school after she was reportedly filmed threatening a class of students she believed were bullying and sexually harassing her daughter.

KCBS-TV identified Christian Tinsley as the mother who was recorded confronting students at Niguel Hills Middle School. In a video that has gone viral on social media, Tinsley can be heard telling the students to bring their mothers to her if they continue to torment her daughter.

“Sisters, aunts, anyone over 18—I’ll f**k ’em all up. Do you understand me? Leave my daughter alone. If I have to go to every class, I’ll do that,” she says.

‘Y’all think y’all are bullies? I’m a big bully. Ok?’

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In addition to a verbal warning, Tinsley allegedly distributed “Free A** Kicking” tickets—only to be redeemed by those 18 or older.

Principal Tim Reece told KCBS-TV that the teacher filmed during the incident alerted front office, resulting in the assistant principal escorting Tinsley off the premises. He said it’s unclear how she got on campus as visitors are required to sign in at the front office.

Also speaking with KCBS-TV, Tinsley claimed a group of boys had been bullying her daughter for months.

She was sexually harassed at school on Friday. The school took action and they suspended the boy immediately, but because of the suspension, now she’s the bad person,” she told KABC.

The mother alleged the bullying continued despite disciplinary action being taken. She told KCBS-TV that she reached her breaking point Tuesday when she dropped her daughter off at school and she cried and begged to stay in the car.

“She made a comment to me that if she wasn’t as strong as she was, she would have killed herself,” she recalled.

“That’s when Mama Bear mode went into effect.”

Tinsley reportedly admitted that she could’ve handled things better but claimed the bullying wasn’t being resolved, forcing her to escalate the issue and face any consequences that may come from it.

KABC reported Capistrano Unified School District banned Tinsley from the school for the rest of the year. While school officials are investigating Tinsley’s bullying claims, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department is reportedly looking into Tuesday’s incident amid safety concerns.

“Kids are committing suicide every day because they’re getting bullied, I don’t want that for my daughter. So what do I do when my daughter says she’s afraid to go to school?” the mother mused.

“Everyone deserves to be able to come to school every day and feel safe.”

***WARNING: The video below contains language that could be offensive to some viewers. Please use discretion.***

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