A few months ago it seemed that slapping a stranger’s child out in public was the sport of the moment. There was story after story of angry old bitches high-fiving kids in the face. One of those stories starred retired Hall of Fame coach Frank Teverbaugh. A card that read “Reserved for Frank Teverbaugh” was placed on a VIP table in Hell when the story broke that the 76-year-old pepaw allegedly back-handed an autistic boy who was throwing a tantrum at the public library.
At the time, the boy’s mother claimed Coach Teverbaugh told her son to “shut the fuck up” before hitting him twice in the face, giving him a bloody nose.
Well, it looks like all charges against Coach Teverbaugh will be flushed down the toilet. In court today, his attorney presented several video clips from the library’s security cameras that completely contradicts the mother’s story. Coach Teverbaugh never slapped or cursed out the boy. An independent witness testified that the boy’s mother overreacted. Basically, the mom tried to take a pepaw down! Werther’s Originals will never taste sweet to her again. Click here to see the clips if you care.
Coach Teverbaugh’s attorney said, “We think she should be charged for false reporting. It’s clear she was lying.”
And Coach Teverbaugh himself issued this statement: “Ahs so happeh I could slap a red-headed autistic boy!” No, he didn’t say that.