Shocking moment, mother is kicked in the head and beaten unconscious for her children on a roller track by a couple who took the skate frame of her disabled son
- Monique Reetz was attacked Saturday at Skate City, Colorado Springs
- She says she was attacked by a woman who took a skate training frame from her son with leukodystrophy
- Reetz was beaten and kicked to the ground after she asked Alana Arguelles: & # 39; Hey, did you take my son's rolly? & # 39;
- Shocking video shows the husband of the attacker Alfredo who & # 39; f ** k that bitch & # 39; calls and stomps on Reetz & # 39; s face
- The victim's young daughter rushes to her before the staff helps
- Reetz was hospitalized and treated for concussions and internal bleeding
- Alana Arguelles was not accused of the fight because the police say it was a two-person fight – but Alfredo was arrested for third-degree and child abuse
This is the nauseating moment when a mother is beaten unconscious on an ice rink in Colorado after she has confronted another woman about a plastic frame that had been taken from her son.
Monique Reetz received the device to help 13-year-old Raymond at birth with the rare genetic disease, leukodystrophy.
But Reetz says a fight began after she had simply requested the frame to keep her son in balance.
Videos show Alana defeating Arguelles and her husband Alfredo Reetz while her young children and many others watched with horror in Skate City in Colorado Springs.
& # 39; It felt like lightning bolts in my brain, & # 39; Reetz said KDVR about the brutal moment when she was beaten and kicked.
Monique Reetz was attacked Saturday in Skate City, Colorado Springs, by a woman who used a skate training frame to help her son with leukodystrophy
Alana Arguelles was not charged for the fistfight, but her husband Alfredo was arrested for third-degree mistreatment and child abuse.
Reetz explained: & # 39; I went to her and said: & # 39; Hey, did you take the role of my son? & # 39; and she automatically started to jump crazy. Confronting. & # 39;
A witness filmed the violent incident and Reetz tries to defend himself against Arguelles.
At the same time, the man from Arguelles is seen after the action, shouting: & # 39; F *** k that bitch. & # 39;
Reetz's daughter hears crying: & # 39; Mama, no! & # 39;
But she is off when Alfredo walks to the fight and stomps on Reetz & # 39; s head.
Reetz was beaten and kicked to the ground after she asked Alana Arguelles: & # 39; Hey, did you take my son's rolly? & # 39;
The daughter of Reetz is immediately seen and runs to her mother while an employee rolls over to help the woman.
& # 39; The most devastating thing is to do that for my daughter and son, & # 39; said Reetz.
The mother was taken to the hospital and treated for both internal bleeding and concussion.
She shared on social media that the & # 39; entire right side of my face was bruised by him & # 39 ;.
On Monday, Reetz explained to her Facebook followers: & I just want to thank everyone for all the support !! This became very devastating, not only for myself, but especially for my children!
& # 39; They didn't deserve to go through it !! I would never put my children in a position like this, but I had to protect myself if someone came to charge me !! & # 39;
She added: & # 39; I hate that my children have to realize that it is not fair for them that they will never forget this! & # 39;
The husband of the attacker Alfredo stomps on Reetz & # 39; s face (left) after he had called to his wife & # 39; fitch that bitch & # 39 ;. Her daughter ran past before a member of the staff came to the rescue
The mother was taken to the hospital and suffered both internal bleeding and concussion
The video was viewed more than 170,000 times on Wednesday and the suspects were identified.
Alana Arguellas was not charged with the attack because it was a fist fight for two people, police said.
She has since denied the accuracy of the video, KRDO reports.
Alfredo was arrested for third-degree abuse and child abuse, the Colorado Springs police said.
He has since been released.
The owner of the roller conveyor has said that based on the outcome of a police investigation a decision will be made as to whether the pair will be banned.
Reetz said: & # 39; I hate that my children had to get through that it is not fair to them that they will never forget this! & # 39;
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