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73 Year-Old Face Slapping Grandma Jailed For Swatting ‘F’-Word Using Granddaughter…What’s The World Coming To?!?

I can only imagine what would have happened to me if I had ever used profanity in front of or at either one of my grandmothers when they were alive!!!… If all they did was slap me across the face, I would be okay with that, but predictably that would only be a precursor to a much deserved spanking or whipping.

Growing up in Southern California,I was always shocked when I would visit my non-black friends homes when they would cuss and use profanity at their parents,as well as talk back to them.This type of behavior was unheard of in my house, and it used to be  a profound cultural distinction between the races.

Police Beating Rodney King...

Police Beating Rodney King...

I believe in the old adage…‘spare the rod, and spoil the child’..given the fact that if you do not discipline your child, then out on the streets, the police will do it for you!!…ask Rodney King or any of the myriad of multi-cultural victims of police brutality.(VIDEO)

Today, we are reporting an outrageous case of domestic violence accusations by a teen on her grandmother, who, by all accounts, was the victim of verbal abuse from her 18-year-old snot nosed teen.

Part time Largo,Florida resident Theresa Collier, 73, spent the night in jail with other inmates after she slapped her 18-year-old granddaughter in the face for using foul language in her house,after the two argued over the teens homework.

Collier says she invited her 18-year-old granddaughter, Felicia Collier, to her house so she could use her computer to do homework.On Tuesday, the newly turned 18-year-old did not want to obey her commands to complete her assignments.(SOURCE)

The teen is completing her senior year of high school on-line, because she was kicked out of Catholic school in Massachusetts for telling a nun to ‘F-off’!!!..so[picapp align=”left” wrap=”true” link=”term=profanity&iid=3747811″ src=”7/9/0/8/Cuss_Control_Book_4d7f.jpg?adImageId=12769764&imageId=3747811″ width=”230″ height=”354″ /] the child has a behavioral problem, and has a lot of disrespect for her elders.

Mrs Collier describes the argument like this…. “She grabbed my wrists and I couldn’t get out of it and she let one go and she punched me in the cheek here”….”She kept repeating the F-word to me, about the whole family.  She just went on and on and I just got so upset, I got up and slapped her across the face”….

…this all sounds reasonable to me, except I would have also physically thrown her out of the house!!!

The big talking teen ran and called the police on her grandmother, and insisted that she be arrested.It seems that this level of cowardice exist in the majority of today’s teens;I mean,with all that loud talking and cursing in your grandmas home,it just seems so cowardly to turn around and go run to the authorities, like a little snitch.

It just makes you want to slap them around some more,maybe they will develop some sense.

The story continues…after calling the police on her 73-year-old grandmother,the bratty teen had a change of heart, and tried to convince the police not to arrest her grandmother, but, as police are trained to do, they felt the need to go by the book and incarcerate the elderly grand mom on domestic violence and assault charges.

Under the law, a battery had been committed, and the police,if they are limited to the ‘book’, and do not have the ability to use their better judgement, they felt they had to arrest her, or at least that is the excuse they are offering up.

“If an officer on scene finds probable cause to arrest a person, because they’ve committed domestic battery, then our policy is a mandatory arrest of that person,” said Lt. Loux, “The discretion does not come because the victim does not want to prosecute.  It doesn’t come because the victim has remorse for calling police.”

Felicia Collier was in court on Wednesday for her grandmother’s first appearance and signed a form to not only not prosecute, but allow contact with her grandmother.(SOURCE)

Tampa Bay shock jock DJ Bubba Love worked with his attorney Kevin Hayslett to convince the judge to drop all charges against Mrs Collier, and to set her free.He is also providing the two women with counseling,so they can transform their relationship, and move forward as a family.(SOURCE)

I think we have a big problem in our society with our children being allowed to grow up with a lack of discipline.When an 18-year-old feels that it is the right thing to do to attack an elderly 73-year-old grandmother, and have her arrested is a sign that you have failed to raise a productive citizen.

Lets face it people…some of these little snot nosed brats we are raising need to be not only slapped across the face, but they need a good whipping as well!!!..our kids are so weak!

I suggest to Mrs collier that she kick her granddaughter out of her house, and do not allow her to visit her premises, or she should be subject to arrest for trespassing.(ABC)

Children should NEVER be allowed to curse or use profanity at or around their parents or elders,or they should be slapped…plain and simple.I applaud Mrs Collier for her actions. She should be commended for her good parenting techniques…..

This little girl needs a dose of tough love, and it is the teen that the police needed to arrest…not the grandmother!!!

Theresa Collier Face Sapping Granny Mug Shot

Slapped Granddaughter for cursing at her!!!

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3 Responses to “73 Year-Old Face Slapping Grandma Jailed For Swatting ‘F’-Word Using Granddaughter…What’s The World Coming To?!?”

  1. You go Grandma!!!!! These kids today have no respect for their elders, their neighbors, their teachers, their families, the laws, the children under 18, and not even themselves. Kick her out and let her see how much an 18 year old really knows. It’s not much!!!!

    SHAME ON THE 18 YEAR OLD FOR CALLING THE POLICE ON YOUR GRANDMOTHER FOR SLAPPING YOU!! YOU PROBABLY DESERVED IT!!!

  2. Terry Collier and her husband Walter are both wonderful people and I was proud to represent her and get the charges dismissed.
    More info on my representation at http://www.carlsonmeissner.comp

    • Good work Mr. Hayslett!!!
      Your firm has a great website,very nice impressive,… and I added your link to your page on your name in the article, as well.
      I am glad you were able to resolve this situation for this wonderful grandmother.


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