1st grader beaten in Georgia school bathroom

NC_firstgraderbeaten0523_1500x845Henry County, Ga. (WXIA) — A Georgia mom says she warned her daughter’s school a fifth grader was dangerous before she attacked her first-grader in the school’s bathroom.

According to Cheryl Tackett, a fifth-grade student savagely attacked her first-grade daughter in the bathroom of Oakland Elementary School in Henry County. The attack sent 6-year-old Lanira to the emergency room with scratches, cuts and bruises. Her mom said she’s still recovering and is afraid to go into bathrooms alone.

“She was choking her, and banging her head viciously on the toilet, and covering her mouth,” Tackett said.

Before the attack, Tackett said the fifth-grade girl threatened Lanira on the bus and said she would beat her up.

She says it was a premeditated attack, and that the fifth grader knew exactly what she was doing.

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