Texas student hangs up her teacher’s phone and HITS her before storming out of the classroom


‘She’s black and f***ing pissing me off’: Shocking moment Texas student hangs up her teacher’s phone and HITS her before storming out of the classroom

  • A student from Texas student had a meltdown in her school classroom
  • Video shot by a classmate saw her attacking a black teacher by hitting her and then threatening to call her mother on the class telephone
  • Unidentified teen first walks up to her teacher at Castleberry High School in Fort Worth, Texas who is using the phone when she hits her hard on the arm
  • The teacher attempts to deescalate the situation before the pupil picks up the phone yelling ‘I am calling my momma, you ain’t about to f**k me up, b***h!’ 
  • Student can then be heard making racist comments over the phone before throwing the handset directly at the teacher and walking out
  • The video has so far racked up tens of thousands of views on Twitter










A white student went up to her black teacher in a Texas classroom and slapped her hard on the arm, before threatening to call her mother. 

In video that was shot by a fellow student, the unidentified pupil from Castleberry High School in Fort Worth could be seen striding up to the front of the classroom before hitting the teacher on her arm as she tried to make a phone call.

The educator had been using a phone sat on her desk when the riled-up student attempted to hang up the call and lashed out physically. 

A student from Texas student had a meltdown in her school classroom as she verbally and physically attacked her teacher

A student from Texas student had a meltdown in her school classroom as she verbally and physically attacked her teacher

Video shot by a classmate saw the student walk up to the front of the class and attempt to hang up the teacher's phone call

Video shot by a classmate saw the student walk up to the front of the class and attempt to hang up the teacher’s phone call

Teen walks up to her teacher at Castleberry High School in Fort Worth, Texas and hit her arm

Teen walks up to her teacher at Castleberry High School in Fort Worth, Texas and hit her arm

The teacher attempts to deescalate the situation before the pupil picks up the phone yelling 'I am calling my momma, you ain't about to f**k me up, b***h!' S

The teacher attempts to deescalate the situation before the pupil picks up the phone yelling ‘I am calling my momma, you ain’t about to f**k me up, b***h!’ S

‘No, no, no,’ the teacher can be heard saying. ‘You touched me. I did not touch you!’ 

The teen then picks up the class telephone for herself and threatens to to call her ‘momma’.

‘I am calling my momma, you ain’t about to f*** me up b****!’ the aggravated pupil states.

The student can then be heard speaking on the phone explaining how her teacher was ‘black and f****** pissing me off.’    

The student can then be heard making racist comments over the phone

The student can then be heard making racist comments over the phone

The teacher remains calm throughout and attempts to deescalate the confrontation

The teacher remains calm throughout and attempts to deescalate the confrontation

‘I need you to get over here now because this teacher is about to get f***** up if she doesn’t get the f*** away from me,’ the teen can be heard stating on the phone. 

‘You want to talk to her because she’s black and she’s f******* pissing me off right now?’ the girl can be heard asking. 

Then, the pupil aggressively throws the phone at the teacher before walking out of the room. 

Despite the video going viral with almost 130,000 views on Twitter, Castleberry High School has so far not explained the incident or what led up to the extraordinary outburst.

The teen continues to be verbally abusive to her teacher before walking out of the classroom

The teen continues to be verbally abusive to her teacher before walking out of the classroom

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