Mother, 29, is arrested for hitting & # 39; beating & # 39; of her six-year-old daughter on the first day of class for horrific students and parents because she refused to go to school
- Edith Medina Zepeda was arrested Monday after beating her six-year-old daughter for her school in Mexico City
- The 29-year-old mother was furious because the child refused to leave the family car on the first day of class
- Medina Zepeda hit the defenseless girl and let her nose bleed
- The woman also dragged her daughter after she fell to the ground
- Medina Zepeda was arrested and charged with domestic violence
A mother in Mexico City was arrested this week on the first day of class after allegedly beating her daughter out of school.
Police officers were called to a school near Venustiano Carranza on Monday morning when students, parents, and teachers saw a six-year-old girl beaten by her 29-year-old mother.
Edith Medina Zepeda became furious when her daughter refused to step out of the family car so that she could walk her into the school.
The upset mother hit the crying child over her face, making her nose bleed.
Edith Medina Zepeda (left) was arrested Monday after she had beaten her six-year-old (lower center) for school because she was crying about not wanting to participate in the first day of class
Medina Zepeda then grabbed her daughter's arm to walk her to the school entrance.
But the child refused to come and fell to the floor. Her mother then dragged her down to her knees.
A bystander warned the nearby police, who arrested the mother.
A video on cell phone popped up the moment a police officer read the rights to her.
Medina Zepeda has been accused of domestic violence.
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