After the parents, the teacher is the one person a child trusts and loves the most.
But what if the teacher becomes the one who betrays the trust of the child and acts in the dismay.
The child will only be left fallen apart in pieces.
A teacher is supposed to be the person with most values and ethics and also to be in the right protocol as a teacher.
But this protocol was broken by a teacher and then she faced the consequences by losing her job.
A Californian school teacher was fired from her job as a student recorded a video of her forcefully cutting a student’s hair and singing the Nation Anthem in a discreet tone.
Margaret Gieszinger is the 52 years old former teacher at University Preparatory High School in Visalia.
She is in serious trouble as the former teacher has 6 charges under her name right now.
One charge of false imprisonment, two charges of cruelty towards a little kid, two charges of battery, and one remaining charge of an assault.
If she is found guilty of all the charge that has been put under her name then she will have to serve 3.5 years of punishment in Jail.
The video that came out from her class shows that he called a male student to him.
He was denied to come there as he knew what she was planning to do.
As he came near her she asked him to sit on the seat in front of her. The boy did as he was instructed.
Then the teacher started singing the National anthem in a different tone than the practiced one and started cutting the hair of the student forcefully.
Other students in the class move away as the teacher demanded another student to come forward and volunteer for the same.
When after no one came forward even after she screamed the same for a couple of times she then said that she will pick someone up on her own if no one comes forward for the same.
The young boy’s attorney came forward and told that the boy was left in a deep shock with what was happening. He had no idea of what to do about it so he remained still.
He thought to himself that she is going to pick someone, be it him or anyone else.
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