Cops: Woman made threats on Facebook Live to shoot kids who bullied her son

Cirea Oliver is in jail after she allegedly posted a Facebook Live video where she threatens to shoot the children who were bullying her son.

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Cirea Oliver is in jail after she allegedly posted a Facebook Live video where she threatens to shoot the children who were bullying her son.

A Hall County mother is in jail after she posted a Facebook Live video where she appears to threaten to shoot students who bullied her son at school.

Police arrested Cirea Oliver, 29, at Gainesville Middle School on Monday in connection with the 44-minute video, Channel 2 Action News reported.

In the video, which has since been taken down, Oliver speaks specifically about a group of students who she says constantly bully her 11-year-old son, Channel 2 reported.

She places blame on the students, their parents and the school’s teachers.

“Ain’t nobody calming down,” she says at one point in the video, which was sent to Channel 2. “It’s a lack of parenting, and it’s a lack of (expletive) teachers giving a (expletive) about these kids.”

Several times in the video, Oliver says she would shoot the students and teachers, Channel 2 reported.

“I’m going to tell you right now,” she says. “I’m putting a bullet through all y’all (expletive) heads. I put that on my (expletive) kids.”

Oliver is charged with making terroristic threats, jail records show. She was booked into the Hall County jail, where she remains.

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School leaders said they sent 15 students home throughout the day Monday as they prioritize the health of the students.

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