A solid member on VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” has been indicted on a number of youngster abuse expenses stemming from a dramatic incident at her youngster’s center faculty in October, in response to a number of experiences.

Tommie Lee, whose actual identify is Atasha Chizaah Jefferson, was reportedly indicted Thursday in Cobb County, Georgia on seven expenses together with youngster cruelty, aggravated assault, battery, aggravated stalking and disrupting a public faculty. In accordance with TMZ, three of the costs are felonies. In whole, the star might be dealing with as much as 54 years behind bars if convicted on all counts.

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In accordance with a number of experiences, Lee was arrested after an incident at her youngster’s center faculty in October by which she allegedly burst into the college, grabbed certainly one of her kids by the hair and shoved their head right into a metallic locker. Along with swearing and yelling on the youngster, it’s reported that she slapped her youngster and whipped them with a handbag strap.

In accordance with Folks, Lee was arrested however shortly posted the $27,000 bond. Nonetheless, she was arrested once more solely hours later for violating a court docket order to keep away from her youngster. After leaving the jailhouse, WSB-TV experiences the fact star went to her Smyrna, Georgia home the place the kid was situated. In accordance with AJC.com, she refused to return out for police and was finally discovered within the attic the place she was arrested.

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TMZ notes that the star claims she’ll not be on “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” within the wake of the indictments. Nonetheless, neither representatives for Lee nor VH1 responded to Fox Information’ request for remark.

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Lee joined the solid of the VH1 actuality collection in 2016 the place the mom of two boasted on the collection about her previous run-ins with the legislation, claiming she was arrested roughly 30 instances, largely for parole violations.

“Half the time I’ve been on probation with out going to jail. Half the time I used to be placed on probation however I used to be nonetheless a bad—. I nonetheless would violate probation. I wouldn’t do neighborhood service, so [I] guess that you simply get booked once more and [then] you bought a complete new mugshot,” she instructed VH1 in 2016.


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