A Florida teacher facilitated girl fights in a middle school classroom, even announcing rules and warning students not to pull their hair out, Tallahassee authorities said Monday.
Angel Drew Footman, 23, is charged with four counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, according to Leon County court documents. The arraignment was scheduled for May 4, according to court records.
Two fights took place on March 22 and one on March 23, according to the documents. It involved six girls fighting in pairs, he said. No one reported being injured. The videos captured a voice that school administrators said was Footman’s, the detective wrote. The voice seemed to present rules: “30 seconds, no shouting, no phones”.
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