A Cleveland woman was sentenced to six months in jail for pulling a gun on a barber, who apparently took too long in giving her 7-year-old son a haircut.

In the incident that happened in April, 31-year-old Andrea Smith can be seen on surveillance footage walking across the salon to confront three employees, one of whom was cutting her son’s hair.

Although the footage does not have audio, Smith is seen speaking with them forcefully before reaching into her purse and pulling out a pistol. She waves the handgun while continuing to talk, before pointing it in the direction of the barber cutting her son’s hair.

The scared employees of the salon can be seen trying to calm her down. One employee convinced Smith to put the weapon away, while the barber finished the cut, NBC News affiliate NBC Montana.

She eventually sat back down and waited for the haircut to be finished and later left with her two children.

The salon employees told reporters at the time of the incident that Smith complained several times about the time the haircut was taking before pulling out a gun and saying, “I got two clips, I’ll pop you.”

“For a $6 haircut? You’re doing all this?” an instructor at the salon, Marilyn Medina, told ABC News affiliate WEWS-TV.  “I was afraid. You never know the intention she had, if she was really going to shoot, if she was really going to do something.”

In her sentencing hearing Tuesday, Smith stated that she only pulled out the gun after the barber did so too.

"He came up to me four times about my son moving in the chair. That's what it was. I'm not that type of person. I did not just go up to him and point a gun at him and say 'you're taking too long,' " she was quoted as saying by Sputnik News.

After watching the surveillance footage, Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Brendan Sheehan said it never showed anyone pull a gun except for her. "This is all on video tape," he said. "There's no evidence that the barber pulled the gun.”

Smith pleaded guilty to attempted carrying of a concealed weapon and misdemeanor charges of aggravated menacing and child endangering on Tuesday. However, she continued to state she never waved the gun around or threatened to kill anyone. She added the barbers had insulted her parenting skills by saying her child was fidgeting and moving around too much while he sat in the chair for the haircut.

Assistant Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Michael Lisk said there was no evidence that Smith's child was ever in danger. He said that Smith was angry the haircut took too long, pulled out a gun and threatened the barber.

"This was an incredibly dumb thing for the defendant to do," Lisk said. "She wasn't forthright up front, and what's worse is she made these accusations against the victim."