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Woman attacks 12-year-old girl because her boyfriend hit on her

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Woman attacks 12-year-old girl because her boyfriend hit on her

A 12-year-old girl was attacked by a grown woman after she thought she was doing something kind by offering food to a man who asked for it.

Chere Fuller claims that her daughter, Presley Keeney, had gone with her father to a convenience store to grab some snacks when a man approached her and asked for something to eat. When Keeney gave the man a piece of beef jerky, 29-year-old Marlenea Uravage pushed the man away and then violently shoved Keeney so much so that Keeney nearly struck her head against the door of the store when she went flying backwards.

“She said she didn’t even have time to think when that woman turned around, cursed at her, and pushed her hard in her chin and face,” Fuller said.

— Woman stabbed 13 times by ex-boyfriend while staying in hospital — 

Although her daughter was not injured worse than a minor scrape on her hand, Fuller wants justice for her little girl, who has been having trouble sleeping and is afraid of walking home.

“I’m just completely heartbroken,” Fuller said. “I cannot believe someone of her age and size would put her hands on a child like that.”

Uravage was caught running from the scene on camera and has since reportedly been charged with harassment.

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