A teacher was attacked after class Wednesday: hit by a brick, dragged out of her car and assaulted.
That teacher is recovering after her kids said she was brutally attacked by the parents of a child who weren't happy with the way she handled a punishment.
"It's just ridiculous and it's horrible," said Gerald Watkins, the victim's son. "That's the way they teach their children to solve differences."
Pittsburgh King pre K-8 teacher Janice Davis Watkins was attacked Wednesday afternoon after her children said she took away one of her elementary school student's cellphone.
"There's 102 ways that you can deal with this situation and violence is not one of them," Gerald Watkins said.
Watkins' children said their mother held a conference with the student's parents Wednesday at school after the child allegedly bit their mother when she took away her cellphone Tuesday.
They allege the parents of the child threatened her during the conference, then waited for her, following her from the school.
"As soon as she hit the red lights, they got out," Gerald Watkins said. "They threw a brick through her car. They pulled her out and assaulted her."
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