Student, 11, was airlifted to hospital with large gash over his eyebrow after ‘teacher accused him of stealing a juice box and slammed his head against a counter’
Texas mom Kiana Randolph says a teacher at Post Elementary School lifted her 11-year-old son, Kamauri Williamson, off the ground and hit his head
Altercation was allegedly sparked by teacher’s accusation that the boy had stolen a juice box at school Student suffered a large cut above his eyebrow that required six stitches Randolph says she later saw surveillance video showing her son ‘basically being choked’ during fight with teacher
A Texas mother says her 11-year-old son was attacked by his teacher during an argument over a juice box, which left the child with a massive gash on his forehead requiring him to be airlifted to a hospital for treatment.
Kiana Randolph, a mother-of-four from Houston, told ABC13 she got a call from a nurse at Post Elementary School last week telling her that her son, fifth-grader Kamauri Williamson, bumped his head and was taken to a hospital.
But when Randolph arrived at the school, she found her son being airlifted to the Texas Medical Center to be treated for a large wound above his right eyebrow, which required six stitches to close up.
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Texas mom Kiana Randolph (left) says a teacher last week lifted her 11-year-old son, Kamauri Williamson (right), and slammed his head against a counter, inflicting a gash on her forehead