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On October 7, a Covington High School student decided to take the challenge and brutally attacked her 64-year old teacher. According to Covington police, 18-year-old Larrianna Jackson punched her disabled teacher several times in the face. She apparently stayed after class and had two other students help with filming and posting the whole thing. Police say they believe the incident was in connection with the online challenge. Needless to say, Larrianna made a bad decision and now she is in jail facing a felony charge of suspicion of felony battery on a school teacher.

Larrianna Jackson was arrested, booked, and at last word was still in custody. The other two students that helped film and post the video were 18-year Trinity Gervais and an unnamed juvenile. According to the Covington Police Dept. they turned themselves in and were charged with a misdemeanor of unlawful posting of criminal activity for notoriety and publicity. Police arrested 18-year-old Larrianna Jackson on a felony charge of battery on a school teacher. WDSU reports Jackson's teacher was already disabled and defenseless when the 18-year old suddenly attacked her. The authorities said the teacher received serious injuries and needed medical attention at a nearby hospital.

To whom it may concern before you think of acting out these stupid online challenges, realize that your actions will have serious consequences.

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