Day Care Workers Ran ‘Fight Club’ For Children, Say Cops, Because New Jersey
I missed the part in Fight Club where Brad Pitt recorded the fights on his cell phone, then sent them out on Snapchat. Well, it's hard these days to find day care workers who take their film history seriously. Police say that Erica Kenny, 22, and Chanese White, 28, were running a Fight Club for four- to six-year-olds at Lightbridge Academy in Cranford, New Jersey, and recording the action on their cell phones to share with friends. Both were charged with fourth-degree child abuse, and Kenny with child endangerment.
NBC-4 New York:
Prosecutors say that video from Kenny’s phone shows at least a dozen kids shoving one another to the ground and attempting to throw punches.
A voice similar in timbre and tone to Kenny’s can be heard referencing “Fight Club” as she encourages them to brawl. At one point, the adult even quotes the book and movie.
The women were busted after someone saw one of the videos and recorded it. Um, what happens in fight club stays in fight club? Hello? It's one of the most iconic lines in film history, you stupid, stupid women.
In conclusion, drink in the sweet details contained in this paragraph. Daily Mail:
White, who neighbors said is also a pastor, faces up to 18 months in prison and Kenny could receive up to five years.
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