Reality Star Sierra Gate’s 14 yr Old Daughter Reportedly Attacked By An Adult In School

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Glam Shop Owner and reality star Sierra Gates shared a horrible story about her daughter who was reportedly attacked by an adult yesterday in her school bathroom. The incident happened at North Atlanta Highschool and Sierra is not happy! She shared the story on her Instagram about an hour ago.

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My daughter was “NOT” the aggressor. I got a text from my baby at 10:00am saying ma this girl keep harassing me on my ig & text saying she wants to fight. I told her to try to avoid her tell someone and I’ll be there as soon as I get off work. At 12 noon I got another call from my baby screaming saying ma the girl mama up here in the bathroom trying to fight. I asked to speak to the parent to try to reason so she wouldn’t hit my baby 2 mins later the phone dropped and the lady and her daughter was attacking my baby.

North Atlanta high #1 an adult should never be able to walk into a school unattended I’m scared for my child and the other children’s safety. #2 the school let this lady run off school grounds with a clear get away after attacking my child. #3 I had to raise hell just to get a police report and when I finally got the report they didn’t even want to put on the report that it was a battery to a minor.

So yes I’m am very upset I am a mother 1st I would never put my hands on someone else’s child and I chose #northatlantahighschool thinking it was one of Atlanta’s best schools, & they allowed my daughter to be attacked by an adult. I’m heart broken and very upset as a mother it’s taking everything in me to keep this civil I truly understand this is a test from God y’all keep me in your prayers❤️ thanks to my attorney @adamma_esq for always having my back.

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My daughter was “NOT” the aggressor. I got a text from my baby at 10:00am saying ma this girl keep harassing me on my ig & text saying she wants to fight. I told her to try to avoid her tell someone and I’ll be there as soon as I get off work. At 12 noon I got another call from my baby screaming saying ma the girl mama up here in the bathroom trying to fight. I asked to speak to the parent to try to reason so she wouldn’t hit my baby 2 mins later the phone dropped and the lady and her daughter was attacking my baby. North Atlanta high #1 an adult should never be able to walk into a school unattended I’m scared for my child and the other children’s safety. #2 the school let this lady run off school grounds with a clear get away after attacking my child. #3 I had to raise hell just to get a police report and when I finally got the report they didn’t even want to put on the report that it was a battery to a minor. So yes I’m am very upset I am a mother 1st I would never put my hands on someone else’s child and I chose #northatlantahighschool thinking it was one of Atlanta’s best schools, & they allowed my daughter to be attacked by an adult. I’m heart broken and very upset as a mother it’s taking everything in me to keep this civil I truly understand this is a test from God y’all keep me in your prayers❤️ thanks to my attorney @adamma_esq for always having my back.

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In an interview with WSBTV Sierra has questions about how the parent got involved – “I was heartbroken. I’ve been crying all day,” Gates said. “To see that her safety is not assure at school is very scary to me.”

Video that Gates and her attorney, Adamma Mckinnon, provided appears to show the fight witnesses captured. Atlanta Public Schools police are now investigating.

“The injuries were caused by the parent,” McKinnon said. “A black eye, scratches and contusions all around the side of her face and the back of her head.”

Johnson contacted the Atlanta Police Department and a spokesperson told him that “the parent was inappropriately provided access to the building by the student.”

“That’s a severe concern, not only for my client Ms. Gates, but also other parents of students who attend North Atlanta High School,” McKinnon said.

Gates said she wants everyone held accountable, including the school. Discipline is expected to be handed down by the school district. Criminal charges could be possible, depending on the results of the investigation.

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