A Philadelphia mom was arrested inside her daughter's school after police say she assaulted an 11-year-old student.
Attifa Brown says she was upset her daughter was being bullied at school, but denies ever hitting the child.
"I don't beat my own child, let alone somebody else's," said Brown.
Police say there is a videotape of the incident that happened yesterday around 10:00 a.m. inside A.B. Anderson Elementary School in Cobbs Creek.
"The problem here is that we have a 26-year-old mother who has no reason to approach an 11-year-old child, so her credibility as far as I'm concerned is shot," said Lt. John Walker, Philadelphia Police.
Investigators say Brown went to the school with her daughter to confront the 11-year-old girl, accused of bullying her child.
"The tape showed this lady over my daughter for minutes, poking her in the face, pulling her hair and beating her," said Bobby Webster, mother of the 11-year-old victim.
Webster says her daughter is not a bully.
"I thought I taught her to actually defend herself and take care of herself," said Brown, who added that at the end of the day, "I'm human."
School officials are investigating how Brown was able to walk into the school without signing in or without being questioned.
Brown is facing a long list of charges, including terroristic threats, simple assault, recklessly endangering another person and defiant trespass.
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Lil Wayne was hospitalized in Los Angeles this week after suffering multiple seizures according to TMZ.
The Young Money CEO became ill Tuesday night after shooting a music video. He was taken to Cedars-Sinai hospital, where he was treated and released on Wednesday.
This is the third third time the rapper has dealt with seizures. He suffered two of them on board separate airplanes last October and had to be hospitalized.
Wayne told MTV during a November interview that he was taking anti-seizure medication
"Please let them know that I have an air unit, but because of the sound, they don't want the air on, so it's super hot in here," He said at the time, "I don't want y'all to think I'm on nothing, man. I'm on seizure medicine, man, that's all. They said I gotta drink four water bottles a day, that's what the doctors say. I just came from the doctor. I ain't drinking four water bottles, but everything's good."
After this latest health scare the rapper is reportedly doing much better now following a couple of days rest..