OCDA Charges Mom Who Passed Out Free Ass-Kicking Tickets to School Bullies

Mama Bear (right) and cub. YouTube screenshot

Christian Tinsley went full mama bear mode on May 14 when addressing a classroom full of students at Niguel Hills Middle School in Laguna Niguel. Frustrated by her daughter’s ongoing complaints of bullying, she had a simple message that day. “If y’all bully my daughter, if you look at her the wrong way, if you breathe the wrong way, send your moms to me,” said Tinsley. “Sisters, aunts, anybody over 18, I’ll fuck them all up. Do you understand me?”

She held up a ticket from a stack that promised: “Free ass-kicking. Must be 18 or older to redeem.”

Video of the rant went viral, but the Orange County district attorney didn’t find it amusing in charging the 33-year-old Mission Viejo mother with a misdemeanor count of something lengthy called “interference with the good order and administration of a school classroom with the intent to disrupt.”

District Attorney Todd Spitzer, a former Brea Olinda Unified School District trustee, offered a sanctimonious quote on the decision to charge Tinsely.

“Schools should be safe spaces where children can learn and thrive,” he said. “Unfortunately, schools across America have become targets of violence. This incident was way more than an attempt to address accusations of bullying. This was a deliberate act intended to terrorize a room full of young children in the very space where they are supposed to be safe.”

The incident didn’t just make the rounds on the internet but went viral the old-fashioned way thanks to nationally syndicated shows that picked up the story. Tinsley appeared on Inside Edition where she explained her actions as having come from a “hopeless” place. Regretting them now, Tinsley also apologized to the teacher that first allowed her to address the class and other school administrators.

But her daughter reported on the program that boys at school started leaving her alone following the rant. Even still, Spitzer called it an act that “cannot go unpunished.”

The Capistrano Unified School District banned Tinsely from campus and Niguel Hills Middle School upped their security following her unauthorized visit. Now she’s in a bit of legal trouble.

Tinsley is set to be arraigned on November 6 at Harbor Justice Center. If convicted, she faces a maximum of one year in jail.

File this under: When keeping it mama bear goes wrong or as a waste of taxpayer money?

7 Replies to “OCDA Charges Mom Who Passed Out Free Ass-Kicking Tickets to School Bullies”

  1. Leave her alone, the disruption was too the poor girl who was bullied. If they can charge her then they should charge the parents of the children who bullied if its just that simple to start slapping charges on people for their freedom of speech. I didnt see any adminstratora stopping the mom, in the video they let her speak freely with no interuption.

  2. Leave her alone. She was just warning the other bullies, but not in the appropriate manner. Maybe the administrators should of done a better job of protecting her child.

  3. If the kids were smiling in n the video, the district attorney will have a hard time proving the kids in the classroom was scared or disrupted..

  4. She was 100% correct. Should she have waited for her child to be killed like what happened to the 13 year old boy who died at the hands of bullies also known as 2 “honor” students?

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