A school board president in Michigan has been stripped of her place after she allegedly slammed one other member’s head right into a desk and choked her in the midst of a gathering.
Danielle Green was voted out throughout a Flint Community Schools Board of Education emergency assembly Wednesday evening — simply hours after the alleged bloody assault on treasurer Laura MacIntyre unfolded, theFlint Journal reported.
MacIntyre stated the alleged “brutal attack” was unprovoked.
She claims Green came to visit to her and began making threats after objecting to one thing MacIntyre had stated in the course of the finance subcommittee assembly.
“I stood up to back away, at which point, she grabbed my throat and then grabbed my hair and slammed my head into the table and started punching me in the head,” MacIntyre claimed.
“In the moment I was shocked and surprised. It had never crossed my mind that anything like this would ever escalate like this.”
The pair had been arguing about constructing new colleges simply moments earlier than the alleged violence broke out, Superintendent Kevelin Jones stated.
Police had been known as within the wake of the incident however Green was not arrested. Authorities are nonetheless investigating the ordeal.
MacIntyre has already vowed to press fees.
The pair have reportedly had arguments throughout earlier public conferences, however nothing that ever turned bodily.
Green, who didn’t attend the assembly about her removing, was solely booted from her high place. The board doesn’t have the ability to take away her fully as a result of she was elected by dad and mom.
The now-former board president hasn’t commented on the alleged violence.