Mothers who punched, spat at and pulled hair in school gate fight over an alleged ‘fat’ comment are given community service

Two young mums punched, spat at and pulled the hair of another mother in a fight over a ‘fat’ jibe outside their children’s school. This is from the Daily Mail

Their victim, Kelly Giles, 35, was waiting to pick up her child from Merton Abbey Primary School in south London when she was confronted by Keyleigh Gore who claimed Miss Giles had called her ‘fat’ and insulted her daughter.

Gore, 25, shoved Miss Giles who fell back on to a low level wall, and then started punching her repeatedly.

Sasha Fisher, 21, first tried to break up the pair but ended up also assaulting Miss Giles by pushing her in the shoulder and hitting her in the face.

Gore and Fisher were found guilty of assault by beating after their claims of ‘self-defence’ were rejected by Wimbledon Magistrates’ Court following the spat outside the school on March 12 this year.

Both women were made subject to a one year community order with six months supervision, and also ordered to complete 40 hours of unpaid work when they appeared at Lavender Hill Magistrates’ Court for sentencing.

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With parents like these…. This is (hopefully) an extreme, but do you have to confront parent disputes at your school? Please share in the comments or on twitter… 

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  1. RannyRovers

    SchoolsImprove ‘Grow up! Excuse me, that’s what the teachers are helping your children to do every day, parental help = welcome’…..

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