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12-Year-Old Girl Arrested for Pinching Boy's Butt, Sent to Juvenile Detention

"I regret it because I didn't know it would lead to this."

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Police arrested a Longwood, Florida, 12-year-old girl for pinching a male classmate's butt during school hours. Breana Evans has been charged with misdemeanor battery and was temporarily placed in juvenile detention. 

Everybody involved in this story—Breana, her father, the cops, her alleged victim—thinks the arrest is an overreaction. Everybody, except the boy's mom, who alerted police and demanded that they prosecute. 

"I regret it because I didn't know it would lead to this," Breana told WPTV.com

Breana claims she didn't know the boy. She pinched him because that's just something her friends do. Keep in mind that she is 12. 

The school resource deputy—that's the police officer who patrols the school—didn't charge her with a crime because the boy didn't want to press charges. Instead, Breana was suspended. 

But the boy's mother insisted to police that he was the victim of battery, and so they had no choice but to arrest Breana. She was Mirandized and put in a patrol car. They took her mugshot and booked her into juvenile detention. 

The state attorney said that Breana will have to complete community service, submit to drug tests, and take classes. If she does all those things, the charges will eventually be dismissed. 

Breana's actions were wrong. She should not have violated that boy's personal space. It was appropriate for the school to tell her to keep her hands to herself, and even to give her some light punishment. But a suspension seems a tad overboard, unless the boy was deeply humiliated or scarred. Nothing in the story suggests that this was the case. 

Part of growing up is learning to respect other people's boundaries, and schools should play a role in instructing kids to behave like adults. 

The police, on the other hand, have no role to play in the lives of non-violent, non-troubled kids who are making typical kid mistakes. It is ludicrous to charge Breana with a crime. She's not a criminal, she's a normal pre-teen. Kids push each other around. They mess with each other. Police should interfere only when such conduct is actually threatening. A kid who repeatedly punches another kid might deserve a visit to juvenile detention. A kid who pinches another kid deserves a time-out. 

But given the new obsession with child safety, and paranoia about sex crimes, I'm actually a bit surprised Breana hasn't also been charged with sexual harassment. If Breanna were a boy and the victim a girl, perhaps the authorities would have imposed a harsher sentence. (A 13-year-old boy in Maryland who kissed a 14-year-old girl on a dare was charged with second-degree assault.) 

"Lord, lord, lord, what's this world come to?" asked Breana's father. "Kid can't even be a kid." 

And that's exactly the problem. When we expect perfect behavior from children, we set them up for failure. If they're not allowed to make mistakes, then they're not allowed to grow up. Putting a kid in jail for a one-off physical encounter is cruel, it's unnecessary, and it betrays a profound naivety about the social development of young people. 

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  1. That kid needs a new mom. The one he has is a beeotch.

    1. This.

      As bad as I feel for the 12-year-old girl who’s been arrested, I actually feel worse for the boy. His mom must be a real piece of work.

      1. Her goal to get him to college where he can finally complete the transformation back into an infant, can only be accomplished if bad girls aren’t molesting his delicate arse.

      2. There’s a good chance she’s a SJW…

    2. He needs a Dad. I’m guessing he does not have one on a regular basis.

      1. Maybe his mom is his dad. You need to stop reinforcing gender norms and start recognizing that the family structure is a figment of the male imagination.

        1. Figment of the white, heterosexual male imagination, shitlord!

          -jcr

      2. Gee, I wonder why.

      3. What in this article leads you to believe he has no dad?

        1. He must have a dad. The question is if he is around. My guess, based on the mother, is that the kid’s father ran the fuck away years ago.

          1. When I say that “he must have a dad,” I mean biologically. I don’t want to offend and SJWs who know that a family can be two moms, three dads, one unicorn and one leprechaun… whatever!

            1. The fact that you deny it so strongly proves that you’re a hater/infidel/unclean/in need of burning

            2. Too late, heteronormative cisgender shitlord!

        2. Everything. Obviously no adult male ever taught the kid with word or example not to act like simpering wimp – such as telling on a girl for a pinch.

          1. I don’t know why you rely on adult males to do something worthwhile here when one of them impregnated the mom in the first place. I mean they’re not exactly covering themselves in glory.

            1. That’s what her back is for.

          2. Everything.

            Wut? We don’t know anything about the kid. Robby doesn’t tell us how the school found out. It happened in the halls between classes it could’ve been easily observed by an overzealous hall monitor. The kid said he didn’t want to press charges when asked.

            But clearly he’s a simpering wimp who has not father…Did you have to sacrifice one of your eyes for the omniscience or were you born with it?

            1. Children with fathers never do stupid shit, dude.

              1. Dan Quayle warned us about the cultural collapse Murphy Brown would bring about, but we didn’t listen, Irish. WE DIDN’T LISTEN, and now it’s too late.

                But Drake listened. Drake has gone to the mouth of the cave and he’s come back, and he’s been ratted on by simpering fatherless boys.

            2. Damn your nimble fingers!

          3. I didn’t see where it says that he told on her. Maybe I missed something.

    3. But she has parental rights and knows what’s best for him because she loves him.

      1. As she should. Yes, you run into the problem of some parents being complete and utter assholes. That’s the cost of insurance against everybody’s kids being raised by complete and utter assholes.

    4. She’s going to turn him into one big faggot cookie.

    5. Maybe not.

      This thread is inundated with the two classic responses to this–‘niiice’–and ‘why would you complain?’

      Boys all over the country are on the receiving end of this–it’s final form, the life destroyed by a drunken hookup is rampant

      And, however much we might hate the overreaction of turning the tables, maybe if women got a taste of the medicine they’ve been dishing out they’d knock it the hell off.

      Maybe the mom is just sick and tired of accepting the status quo.

      Here’s the only other piece that really seems to be getting this in this thread–

      Presskh

      Maybe, just maybe, the boy’s mom has read about the many boys being humiliated and facing charges for similar pranks and is just angry about it. She may have read about the ongoing “war on boys” and decided that turnabout is fair play. As the father of a all-male rowdy boy, I can empathize with her if this were the case. Schools have been trying to feminize boys for decades and many typical young male tendencies are now labeled as “abnormal” behavior or some sort of syndrome in need of therapy or drugs. I think today’s excessive punishment and labeling of young people (boys or girls) for harmless pranks that have been going on for eons is ludicrous – but since probably 9 out 10 times the young person being punished is a male, I can’t feel overly sorry if an occasional female gets caught up in the craziness.

      1. but since probably 9 out 10 times the young person being punished is a male, I can’t feel overly sorry if an occasional female gets caught up in the craziness.

        I’m not sure why you expect that women getting a taste of it would be interested in making it stop, when it clearly hasn’t worked on men.

    6. She’ll get her day in court and then we’ll see who the bad guy is. The boy’s mother.

  2. Someone’s gonna have a helluva mother-in-law one day.

    1. You really think he’s going to manage to get married before she’s dead?

      1. If he’s smart he’ll emancipate himself from her.

        1. Emancipated? Doesn’t he like being a dude?

        1. Leaving aside the more laughably Freudian assertion, she’d be a bitch towards his boyfriends, too.

        2. We get it, SIV, you think gays are the worst thing in the world and wish you could live in a place where murdering one (or twenty) isn’t looked down upon. I for one would gladly buy you a ticket to Jeddah, where you would no doubt be much happier.

          1. Thanks for that, humorless cunt.

            1. +1 good comeback *She* must be new here.

  3. Really? When I was in school, the children committed actual crimes resulting in blood loss and no charges were ever filed (and I’m not one of the resident old men either)

    1. I’m one of the resident geezers. We literally beat the shit out of each other every day when I was in school. Today’s snowflakes couldn’t survive one day in that environment.

      1. Yes – Used to play tackle games during recess. Would literally go back to class bleeding from multiple wounds. The teacher wouldn’t even notice. I think they preferred it because after killing each other for a while, we could sit still and pay attention without the aid of prescription medicine.

        1. we could sit still and pay attention without the aid of prescription medicine

          Good point, I’m so stealing that line.

        2. One of my schools had a field that was rock hard dirt sprinkled with gravel. (This was in semi-desert West Africa – we had grass fields too, but they were much smaller.) Any game played there resulted in blood *everywhere*.

          At another school, we played tackle rugby – in PE class. One of my classmates broke his leg in a game… and no-one gave a shit, including him and his parents. We all figured that it was just the fortunes of war.

          1. You may have seen this, but THIS BOY WAS PUNISHED! How can you possibly say that little prick didn’t have it coming?

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isfn4OxCPQs

            1. *may not, but still grammatically correct. I’m a grammar Nazi to myself, but not a bully.

              1. *anymore

    2. Hell, when I was in school I got to carry around a (demilitarized) M-1 Garand around through the halls and no one said anything (I was on the ROTC Drill Team and our practice area was basically just the end of a dead end corridor)

  4. unless the boy was deeply humiliated or scarred

    Oh, puleeaaseee, spare us. If getting pinched on the butt by some girl does that to him, he has much deeper issues, probably caused by his beeotch mum.

    1. Is biotech becoming a thing again? If so I approve.

      1. Your hood speak is weak, bro. What it look like!?

        1. I will go hood rat on you 80’s style! How you feel? What’s the happy hap?

          1. I was just listening to “no diggity” by blackstreet, which I still think is pretty fun, and there’s a line about not even knowing what the hap is. the early nineties were considerably different than the end of the decade.

      2. Ugh, thanks autocorrect. That’s much funnier.

        1. I certainly found it funny.

          1. I once while driving sent a voice to text message to a private lender of mine, apparently offering her a spanking amongst other things.

            1. offering her a spanking

              If you get charged with assault, is it a valid defence in law that your hardware/software combo misunderstood you?

            2. Very poetic.

  5. Good. Glad they got this sexual deviant on the street, and will make sure she won’t be consuming any more drugs. Great job, Florida Mom.

  6. …if Breana completes the diversion program, does the community service, the classes and passes all of the drug tests, then the charge will be dismissed and her record would be clean.

    I imagine there are fees for the program, and as always there’s drug testing. Two things the state loves. I’m sure they’re super sorry that helicopter mom made them do this.

    1. So what happens if her parents refuse those things and say “go ahead and indict”? I think I would rather take the BS charge all the way to a jury than the State mandated slate of purity testing.

      1. It’s very easy to be brave when it’s not your kid facing a stint in juvie hall.

        1. ^This. Unless they can afford a really good lawyer, they’re screwed.

          1. I speak as someone with a little girl so I don’t believe that I’m just mouthing off.

            And I’m not just taking some kind of idealistic stand against bending to the State’s will.

            Consider: What are the developmental and social consequences of a pre-teen girl going thru a “diversion” program? What kind of control and supervision would I as a parent have over the community service? What if she got a (fairly common) false positive in the drug testing?

            The least bad way to deal with the State is to let it into your life as little as possible. Once they’re in, they are loathe to leave.

            If the county had the guts to actually indict, what are the odds that they could actually prevail? Na

            And, yes, I would hire a lawyer who eats raw, red meat for breakfast.

          2. Believe me, there will be no lack of pro bonos if it climbs through the courts.

      2. I think I would rather take the BS charge all the way to a jury

        Maybe you shouldn’t:

        784.03?Battery; felony battery.?
        (1)(a)?The offense of battery occurs when a person:
        1.?Actually and intentionally touches or strikes another person against the will of the other […]

        1. So tapping someone on the shoulder is battery?

          1. It is, as long as it happens against the will of the other.

  7. I can’t imagine what would have happened if he had done it to her.

    Life without parole?

    1. Unsealed permanant record, at least. Possibly life registry as a sex offender.

  8. unless the boy was deeply humiliated or scarred

    No, that was after his friends found out his mom had a girl who pinched him arrested.

    1. This. Guaranteed.

      “Oo! Keep away from Stevie! Hiis Mom will have you arrested! Stevie’s mom doesn’t like girls touching him!”

      1. Yeah, the beatings you would get from fellow students where for this where I grew up would be numerous. Never mind the name calling.

        Somewhere out there a therapist just spread its wings!

    2. If you know a better way to ensure he’ll never feel another girl’s touch until he goes off to college, I’d like to hear it.

      1. This. His mother virtually put him in a chastity belt.

    3. I feel so sorry for that kid. He’s never going to live this down. Hopefully he goes to college on the other side of the country, for his own sake.

      1. Never happen. The Left Coast is a hotbed of butt pinching.

  9. THE PATRIARCHY STRIKES AGA-…………wait, what?

  10. Breana’s actions were wrong. She should not have violated that boy’s personal space. It was appropriate for the school to tell her to keep her hands to herself, and even to give her some light punishment. But a suspension seems a tad overboard, unless the boy was deeply humiliated or scarred.

    Oh, for fuck’s sake. Even this pro forma statement is overboard. A girl pinched a boy’s butt. It should have been dealt with between the boy and the girl with no official involvement whatsoever.

    What a nation of ninnies we’ve become.

    1. “Oh, for fuck’s sake. Even this pro forma statement is overboard. A girl pinched a boy’s butt. It should have been dealt with between the boy and the girl with no official involvement whatsoever.”

      We live in a country where there are organizations dedicated to *criminalizing catcalling.*

      They want people arrested for *saying things.* I’m surprised they didn’t drag this girl in front of a firing squad.

    2. We have become the land of third party intervention.

      No one can settle issues between themselves anymore.

  11. Everybody, except the boy’s mom, who alerted police and demanded that they prosecute.

    What do you expect? Some younger bitch touched her boy.

  12. I’ll admit I was in middle school a very long time ago, but if this happened then, it would have resulted in… a detention? Maybe? If the Vice Principal was in a bad mood that day?

    Criminal charges would never have been on the radar screen.

    1. I’ll admit I was in middle school a very long time ago, but if this happened then, it would have resulted in… a detention?

      Huh, I don’t know when you went to school but your description is suggestive of the grade of the slope.

      When I was in school, this would have resulted in High Fives.

      1. If the kids are 12 at this point in the school year, I’ll assume the kids are in 6th grade, so it would’ve been 1988 or so for me. I went to a religious school in 6th grade, so punishments would’ve been more severe than most.

        1. It was ’78 for me. If it had resulted in something where the teacher had to get involved, we got marched out into the hallway and received swats.

          This sounds like a 1 swat infraction.

          Throwing spitballs in study hall was a two swat infraction.

          Depending on the teacher, 1 swat was nothing, or it was something that would make you reconsider religious beliefs.

    2. In middle school and high school back in the 60s-70s, even an actual fight might get you detention, but probably not. When I got in a fight and won, the 3 guys came looking for me. Oh sh*t. Then they blew up my mailbox — technically a felony. I told my dad–if you leave it alone, the war is over. If not they will come looking for me again. Dealt with it myself and all was fine.
      A pinch? Not from the Onion? When life turns into satire…

      1. For actual fights,all participants would clam up against school authorities when I was a kid. Even the “victims”: “What’s going on here?” “Nothing.” “Were you fighting?” “No. Just fooling around.” “How’d you hurt your nose?” “Fell down. No big deal.”

  13. He should have told her to STOP… in the name of love!

    1. And then run off while she was in deeply baffled trying to understand a reference to a song recorded 40 years before either of them were born?

      1. That one would be a stumper, but my son regularly busts out Beastie Boys and MC Hammer, et al from 30 years ago. It’s like there’s no new music for him to listen to.

  14. WKMG-TV tried calling the boy’s mom to get her side of the story but their call hasn’t been returned.

    And why exactly does the mother get the benefit of anonymity here? Her son may be a minor and innocent victim, but she is neither.

    1. Mother-son privilege trumps the confrontation clause.

  15. Maybe I’m overly cynical, but I can’t help but think the genders being reversed would result in a charge that could result in placement on a registry.

  16. Florida Man’s daughter?

    1. Mmmm….maybe. Did she offer him meth, or to hold his beer?

  17. Why can’t the judge and DA tell mom to fuck off?

    1. The police should’ve told mom to fuck off.
      If not, the DA should’ve told the police and mom to fuck off.
      The judge should never have to see a stupid case like this.

    2. Why can’t the son? He declined to press charges.

      1. The patriarchy of course. He was immersed in its culture!

        1. Just so.

    3. Now that the state has this in their grasp, it will probably be more difficult than you think to tell THEM to fuck off, let alone the mom.

      When my daughter was in jr high, some kid on the bus grabbed her breast. I guess he did it several times and so she finally told the bus driver, who informed school authorities. This was about 12-13 years ago, my daughter would have been 12 then. The fucking idiots called the law. I couldn’t believe it. I had to go in and stress to them that I did not want the courts involved in it and that we were not under any circumstances pressing charges against this kid and for them to just handle it. It wasn’t as easy as you would think to get them to back down, they wanted to prosecute this 12 year old kid. It finally got dropped.

      1. This is why they invented corporal punishment. Strong deterrent. No wasted time or permanent record.

        1. Barbarian!

  18. OT We are experiencing a blizzard in Denver. Very fun. I’m outside working in it. Wee Hee!

    1. For some reason I mixed up Denver and Dover.

      I feel silly (especially since no one would have known if I didn’t post this comment)

      1. I wonder if I’m going to be able to get home.

    2. Happy Spring!

    3. It’s 70 here, beautiful day. Working at home, but all the patio doors and windows are open. Wife is outside doing stuff.

    4. Me too. The roads were almost empty this morning, it was awesome!

  19. Maybe this is one case where we should be more like Europe. French and Italians in particular find America a horribly damaged sexually uptight society. I guess the Sexual Revolution of the 1970s was counter-revolted years ago.

    1. We could probably be more like almost any other country and it would be better. I think we have a unique position in the world in our pants shitting level over trivial bullshit like this.

  20. Another great “Libertarian Moment ?” in America.

    1. It’s more libertarian than the inquisition or the puritan era, maybe a little, I dunno.

  21. I agree with the boy’s mother, if you have the chance to ruin someone’s life, why not take it?

    1. Len, you’re dead. Stop coming around here. Jeez.

      1. Waitaminnit… Len can still vote! Len the LP needs your vote.

        1. Cocaine made me a libertarian.

  22. It is ludicrous to charge Breana with a crime. She’s not a criminal, she’s a normal pre-teen.

    Okay, somebody’s got to take the flaming here. I’ll play devil’s advocate. Let’s say it were a boy grabbing a girl’s breasts would everyone be as okay with it?

    1. Okay with it? Or “not thinking it should result in the boy being charged with a crime?”

    2. Not ok with it, but not pressing charges. See my post upthread.

    3. “Let’s say it were a boy grabbing a girl’s breasts would everyone be as okay with it?”

      I would also not support pressing charges.

    4. Internal discipline by the school? Yes. Criminal charges? Still absurd.

    5. Back when I was in middle school (75-78), that happened all the time. Us kids dealt with it. There were no trauma specialists, lawyers or cops required.

    6. When I was in 8th grade I was sitting in class next to a chick with huge tits (known her for a long time, weren’t great friends but we had hung out outside of school once or twice). Anyway one time she stretches in her chair, arms over her head, chest pushed out, really loosening up from an exhausting day of hell (school). No conscious thinking happened on my part, but her breasts were jutting towards me and i was holding a pencil and I just sorta poked her in the boob with the eraser, I may have even said, “poke” in a snarky fashion.

      Probably a jail time offence by today’s standards. But jail wouldn’t have been necessary, I learned my lesson; had an instant karma moment (you know those). She made an involuntary jerk when my eraser poked her boob and my pencil jammed back into the flesh of my hand; stung like a bitch and I instantly felt like a dumb idiot.

  23. Possible other side to story: Boy is victim of constant harassment and bullying by classmates including the girl, perhaps she’s even the ringleader. Mom is simply seizing on this particular incident to finally get some justice for all the abuse, via the hysterical harassment laws. 12 is after all, right in the age range where this kind of thing goes on, and at that age girls are often bigger than boys. Plus this particular girl looks especially big for her age.

    Or mom is just another crazy bitch. Need more info.

    1. That’s precisely what occurred to me. I’m a little skeptical to Robbie’s “But a suspension seems a tad overboard, unless the boy was deeply humiliated or scarred. Nothing in the story suggests that this was the case.” when just a few paragraphs up he states “She pinched him because that’s just something her friends do. “.

    2. “Plus this particular girl looks especially big for her age.”

      Hehe.

      Good theory.

  24. The story says nothing about the relationship between the boy’s mother and father. I presume it’s not very close. Are they separated? If not, they might be after this. Should one parent be able to insist on pressing charges in a case like this, when the other parent, and the child victim, don’t want to?

    The girl says that pinching bottoms is “something her friends do”, in other words “everybody does it”. I wonder how true that is. They shouldn’t, of course, but maybe they do. If students were explicitly taught the NAP, they probably wouldn’t do stuff like this. But I guess that is too much to hope for.

    1. The girl says that pinching bottoms is “something her friends do”, in other words “everybody does it”. I wonder how true that is. They shouldn’t, of course, but maybe they do. If students were explicitly taught the NAP, they probably wouldn’t do stuff like this. But I guess that is too much to hope for.

      My reading of it, the action strikes me as closer to the normal developmental level for the age, and not really a behaviour for concern.

  25. But the boy’s mother insisted to police that he was the victim of battery, and so they had no choice but to arrest Breana.

    Bullshit. Cops routinely refuse to arrest people when their victims insist on filing charges.

    1. Makes me ask – does this mother have a connection with the criminal ‘justice’ system?

      1. That was my thought.

  26. Deeply disappointed that Robby didn’t include a picture of Tina Belcher with the alt-text “Sketch of suspect”. You’ve gone down a notch in my book Robby.

    1. +1 uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

  27. I got pinched on the butt by a girl (I think from my school) while waiting to watch the Atlanta Braves World Series Championship parade.

    I was heavily traumatized because I didn’t get to pinch her back.

    1. That still doesn’t solve your racism problem of supporting the Atlanta “Braves.”

  28. My brother showed a girl his dick when he was like 6 years old and her parents were not happy.

    I legitimately think the cops would have gotten involved if that happened today.

    1. I also had an obese friend of a friend grab my crotch when she was super drunk at a block party. She was like 20 and I still wouldn’t have considered pressing charges because it wasn’t that big a deal.

      People are way too quick to get the cops involved based on personal misbehavior that could just as easily be dealt with by social criticism.

    2. A kid in my kindergarten class showed me his dick and I spent years thinking it was an outie belly button.

      1. Definitely severe and pervasive. Just think of all the education little Nicole could have attained in these years.

    3. Shit. We would “borrow” peoples’ cameras and take pictures of our junk and asses before putting the camera back where we got it. Always worth a laugh when they went to pick up their prints at Moto Photo. I can’t imagine the charges that would be associated with that behavior nowadays.

      1. With your tiny dick, I would think they’d get charged with toddler porn.

        1. I already told you I was IN THE POOL.

          1. Uh-huh. There’s always a pool or a snowbank or a drafty lobby, isn’t there?

            1. It sure seems that way.

      2. Now? Say hi to the sex offender registry. Trafficking in child porn!

  29. This is maddeningly insane. Why any of you people continue to procreate is beyond me.

    1. Cause sex is fun and birth control a bitch (not to mention my wife has managed to get pregnant on or have serious negative reactions to every single form of birth control known to man)

  30. Hey Rico, you know this is Lenore’s turf….

  31. Few people give a damn when these kinds of injustices are visited upon little boys. Maybe when there are little girls suffering for them, people will actually care.

    1. Amen, hired. My sentiments, exactly.

    1. Of course the link is shit….

      Here.

      /You win, internet. You win…

  32. To be fair, the clown from that Stephen King book is less scary than she. I can understand the overreaction.

  33. Every kid like this should get a five year free subscription to Reason Magazine.

  34. She was unwise to do an interview on camera using her name, now there will be no privacy for her when she’s older and employers google her name. Moreover, the charges will not just be “dismissed” if she agrees to the prosecutor’s terms. It’s called a diversion, and it’s an admission of guilt that is later expunged, but many institutions treat it the same as a conviction, this includes the military, security clearance, professional licensee boards (nursing, law, banking, etc). Law forums are filled with people who didn’t understand they’d lose their job when they agreed to a diversion, they just heard charges will be dismissed.

    1. A similar dodge is to hold a case in abeyance and take it off the dockets. Immigration courts do this and can suddenly schedule a hearing that, if missed, means automatic deportation. It is a sort of Sword of Damocles hanging over people and neither admits them nor grants them a visa nor deports them. It merely takes the case off the docket until straws can be tossed into the political winds at some future date. But this trapping of teenagers is character assassination pure and simple.

  35. “The school resource deputy?that’s the police officer who patrols the school”

    Orwellian term for “prison warden”

    Who sends their kids to schools with cops patrolling the place with the authority to arrest kids? That’s child abuse.

  36. This will teach her to kiss ass instead of pinching ass.

  37. The police, on the other hand, have no role to play in the lives of non-violent, non-troubled kids who are making typical kid mistakes.

    You don’t understand. Sexual assault is a VIOLENT CRIME that deserves zero tolerance.

    What’s that? You say the victim was male? Oh, that’s different.

    Never mind.

  38. Breana’s actions were wrong. She should not have violated that boy’s personal space.

    Really disappointed with that statement. Uncle – these are pre-teens that we are talking about. At most this rises to the level of obnoxious if it even makes it past annoying. Wrong? No. Wrong would be if she tackled him and pinched him 100 times. These are kids poking fun at each other can we please get over it?

  39. The insanity continues in this country!
    robertsrevolution.net

  40. I see red.

  41. Fault all around, but the greatest fault lies with the corrupt persecutor [sic] who used his discretion to prosecute a harmless event.

  42. Everybody, except the boy’s mom, who alerted police and demanded that they prosecute.

    I would be so embarrassed if I was that boy (or his father). He’ll never live it down with his friends.

  43. When I was 12 I would have been proud to have her pinch my butt. I might have even blew her a kiss afterwards.

  44. It was her parents’ and their parents’ voting for corrupt looter soft machine parties that led to the young lady’s problems.

  45. I hope the boy’s mom trips and falls into a woodchipper. Along with the cops and school officials who knuckled under to the hag instead of telling her to fuck off.

  46. Maybe, just maybe, the boy’s mom has read about the many boys being humiliated and facing charges for similar pranks and is just angry about it. She may have read about the ongoing “war on boys” and decided that turnabout is fair play. As the father of a all-male rowdy boy, I can empathize with her if this were the case. Schools have been trying to femanize boys for decades and many typical young male tendacies are now labeled as “abnormal” behavior or some sort of syndrome in need of therapy or drugs. I think today’s excessive punishment and labeling of young people (boys or girls) for harmless pranks that have been going on for eons is ludicrous – but since probably 9 out 10 times the young person being punished is a male, I can’t feel overly sorry if an occasional female gets caught up in the craziness.

  47. My question is, where were *her* parents? At that age I already knew not to behave like this.

  48. Boy’s mother is an over-protective cunt.

  49. “Breana’s actions were wrong. She should not have violated that boy’s personal space. It was appropriate for the school to tell her to keep her hands to herself …”

    No no no, nothing wrong was done at all. This is normal interaction between human beings. The boy could have slapped her if he felt violated. No need for any third party authority to get involved. Why is Reason giving these monsters even one inch?

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  52. This is pathetic.

    When I was a 12 year old boy, I would have been ecstatic to get a pinch on the ass from a girl, or anything else for that matter.

  53. RE: 12-Year-Old Girl Arrested for Pinching Boy’s Butt, Sent to Juvenile Detention

    This is sexual harassment at its apex.
    Only presidents from Arkansas should be allow to sexually harass their employees.
    Every third grader knows this.
    Why doesn’t this twelve year old know it?
    Talk about getting a bad education!

  54. This is what happens when people are afraid of getting their feelings hurt. We can’t keep score, it’ll damage the losers. Sorry you lost but here’s a trophy anyway. We know you stink, but you must play. Get the fuck out of here! If I didn’t make a team I would work hard, practice and try out again. Same if we lost a game. It’s the pampering and coddling of these entitled kids that will doom us! I couldn’t imagine the grief I’d have taken from classmates if my mom would have been foolish enough to do this. But then again, my mom knew how to raise a man.

  55. If the genders were reversed, it would have been sexual assault.

    1. Maybe sex offender status for life.

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