• Surveillance video captured Kady Ann Sewell, 33, beating the teen on school premises
  • The victim's mother claimed her son was bullied by Sewell's son earlier that day
  • Sewell was arrested Saturday and faces multiple charges for the attack

A woman in Florida was arrested for allegedly storming into a private school and beating up somebody else’s child with a belt.

Kady Ann Sewell, 33, was booked Saturday and is facing several charges for attacking Nehemiah Johnson, 13, at the Bethel Seventh Day Adventist school on Redland Road in Homestead.

The teen boy said the attack left him with injuries on his lip and arm.

Nehemiah’s mother, Zendre Pollard, said she knows Sewell and had filed a restraining order against her since the Thursday attack, according to WSPA 7NEWS.

Pollard claimed her son was being bullied by Sewell’s son earlier on the day of the attack.

“(My son) called and said someone was bullying him, fat-shaming him, and [my son] picked up the child and dropped the child back down on his feet,” Pollard told NBC 6.

The mother said Sewell then showed up at the school and beat up her son, who has a history of seizures.

“(My son) was being bullied, he defended himself, and then the mom came and she was hitting on him and whooping on him with a belt,” Pollard told the outlet.

“My son could have went [sic] into a seizure and died. Anything. You’re just hitting him across the head,” the mother added.

Surveillance video captured Sewell striking the teenager inside the school multiple times before calmly walking out.

“It was hard to watch. I don’t want anybody’s child to go through anything like this. It was very hard to watch. I’m at the point where my child should have been protected,” Pollard told Local 10 News. “How can a parent get that far and start swinging at my child?”

Sewell was arrested Saturday and charged with child abuse without great bodily harm, educational interference and trespassing within a school safety zone.

" ... Our detectives had been working the case since the incident but she fled and did not go home or work. The detectives' diligent efforts were able to get her into custody ...," Sgt. David Hunsberger of the Florida City Police Department said Saturday, according to NBC 6.

The charges against Sewell carry a total bond amount of $6,000.

Following the attack on her son, Pollard also demanded answers from the school administrators on how such an incident could have taken place within the walls of a school.

“How did this lady get this far, was able to hit my child multiple times, and you saw it wasn’t broken up, she walked out calmly,” she told the outlet. “My child wasn’t safe. My son was bullied by her son and then bullied by the mom.”

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