Mother arrested after confronting child who ‘bullied daughter’

London Telegraph
A mother, Anisa Borsberry, was arrested after confronting children who were allegedly bullying her 11-year-old daughter.

Mrs Borsberry, 40, was taken to a police station, finger-printed and made to provide DNA samples and held for questioning after it was claimed she had attacked a girl in a school playground.

The mother from Lambton, Washington, Tyne and Wear, admitted telling off the girl after her daughter Taylor came home in tears, but denied any kind of assault.

Northumbria Police have now told her she will face no further action.
But she described the week it took for the matter to be cleared up as “hell”.

The saga started on July 13 when Taylor returned home upset, claiming to have been bullied outside the gates of Lambton Primary before school began that day.

Mrs Borsberry raced up to the school and confronted a girl she thought was involved.

She said: “I stood and spoke to this girl and asked her what was going on? My daughter Taylor stood by my side the whole time holding my hand.”
Then she claimed a boy swore at her, so she told him to “shut up”.
Later, the school told Mrs Borsberry that it had received an assault allegation from two pupils, who said she threw a girl against a fence.
The mother said soon after the children withdrew their allegations.
But the next day, a female police officer came to arrest her at home. Full story.


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