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A Nashville mother was arrested on Monday morning after helping her daughter beat up a classmate at a school bus stop, according to police.
Kalina Gaines, 30, is facing criminal assault charges for her alleged role in the conflict.
The altercation took place at around 8:30, and after Gaines and her daughter, approached the victim at a bus stop, according to an arrest affidavit cited by The Tennessean.
Gaines and her daughter loved the victim and took turns to attack her, due to the lack of specified and Friday’s incident between the two young people, the statement said said.
A video made by the students, it is said that the victim on the ground with Gaines and her daughter, this is her.
The victim later told police Gaines has allegedly kicked her in the face and beat her with his hands, the paper reported.
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Gaines was arrested and booked into jail, but was later released on a $7,500 bond. Her sense of hearing in the case is scheduled for next month. It is not immediately clear whether she has an attorney.