‘Love & Hip Hop’: This Star’s Daughter Was Attacked by a Parent at an Atlanta High School

by Jeremy Spirogis
‘Love & Hip Hop’: This Star’s Daughter Was Attacked by a Parent at an Atlanta High School

One of the celebs of Love & Hip Hop confronted a troubling scenario outdoors of the franchise lately. One of the forged members of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta had a toddler that was attacked at college by a dad or mum.

'Love & Hip Hop' stars BK Brasco and Sierra Gates
‘Love & Hip Hop’ stars BK Brasco and Sierra Gates | Paras Griffin/Getty Images

Sierra Gates on ‘Love & Hip Hop’

Sierra Gates has been a supporting forged member on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta for the reason that present’s sixth season. When she was first launched, her storyline revolved round discovering out that her ex-husband, Shooter Gates, was having an affair together with her assistant, Moriah Lee.

By the present’s seventh season, Sierra and Shooter had separated, and she or he started relationship rapper BK Brasco. Her storyline continued to contain Shooter in addition to BK, as there have been rumors of dishonest and potential youngsters. In season seven, she additionally feuded with Keely Hill, considered one of Shooter’s longtime mates.

Gates and BK broke up after she mentioned she cheated. She then appeared poised to pursue Scrapp DeLeon, however ended up getting again with BK by the top of the season.

Gates is ‘heartbroken’ by this incident together with her daughter

Gates’ 14-year-old daughter was attacked by a classmate and her mom at North Atlanta High School.

The classmate’s mom, Treon F. Ponder, turned herself in and was charged with battery, disrupting public faculty and contributing to the delinquency of a minor

“The Atlanta Public Schools Police Department is investigating a physical altercation that occurred at North Atlanta High School, allegedly involving two students and the parent of one of the students. The parent was inappropriately provided access to the building by the student,” a faculty system spokesperson mentioned in an interview with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

The faculty’s police chief, Ron Applin, mentioned: “We’re not going to sit by and allow people to come into our school and do harm to threaten our students. [If] you come into our schools, put your hands on any of our kids, put your hands on any of our faculty staff members, we intend to put you in jail.”

Gates additionally instructed the newspaper, “I was heartbroken. I’ve been crying all day. To see that her safety is not assured at school is very scary to me.” 

Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta returns later this yr on VH1.

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