Instructor Calls Scholar ‘N Phrase’; Breaks Her Glasses & She Calls Police! (Video)

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An Oklahoma teacher comes under fire after calling a student the “n-word”. The student reciprocated by pulling the suspected racist teacher’s glasses off her face – and breaking them, MTO News confirmed. The teacher then called the student’s police.

And now the teacher is on vacation and the police are investigating whether to take action against the teenager.

The incident took place in a high school in Holdenville, Oklahoma – during an intense argument between a teenager and his teacher. And MTO News learned that the incident had been captured on video.

In the video, the underage boy tried to leave the classroom and avoid physical confrontation with his teacher. But the teacher refused to let the boy go – instead, she angered him and seemed to provoke the boy – in the hope that he would hit hard.

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But the boy refused – at least initially – to take the teacher’s bait. Then the teacher called the minor the N word.

Then the boy had had enough – he took the teacher’s glasses from her face and broke them. The teacher can immediately hear that she would “call the police” the child.

Here is the video:

LINK TO VIDEO – WARNING VERY GRAPHIC

ALTERNATIVE LINK – TRIGGER WARNING

MTO News contacted the school and received this statement from Superintendent Randy Davenport ::

The top priority at Holdenville Public Schools is the safety and wellbeing of our students. The district is fully aware of the incident at our high school on Friday, April 9, 2021. At this point, the employee concerned has been put on administrative leave and will be completed for the duration of a full investigation.

The police are also allegedly investigating the incident, MTO News has learned.

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