Over the weekend, Melissa Lawrence’s 16-year-old daughter, Ny’asia Lawrence, was shot in the lower back at a cousin’s kindergarten graduation party in Providence, Rhode Island after she got into a fight with some teenagers who weren’t invited and refused to pay for food they ate. The teens left the party, but came back later and got revenge on Melissa by shooting Ny’asia. While Ny’asia was recovering at home, reporter Abbey Niezgoda of ABC 6 showed up to tell Melissa that her daughter’s shooter was arrested. Abbey obviously didn’t know that Melissa doesn’t like it when you show up at her door without calling first.
In the edited clip above, Melissa lets it be known to Abbey and the cameraman that she is in no mood to talk about anything. Melissa throws a rock at the cameraman and when Abbey and the cameraman still don’t get the hint, she comes out of the house with a baseball bat. Abbey claims they were starting to leave when Melissa sicced her dogs on them. Well, nothing ends an interview like a pit bull biting at your ass.
The New York Daily News says that Melissa was later arrested and charged with two counts of felony assault. She was released on $50,000 bail and has to go back to court in August for a hearing.
1. Do I have to start wearing a bulletproof vest to kindergarten graduation parties? Actually, I already wear a bulletproof vest to children’s birthday parties, because you don’t know what those little brats are going to do when most of the candy explodes out of the piñata. They will take you out to get to a Tootsie roll.
2. Abbey and the cameraman should’ve known that something serious was coming when Melissa’s muffin top started to jiggle with rage. You know that scene in Jurassic Park when the water in the glass starts to shake? It’s like that. Abbey and the cameraman should’ve backed up, turned around and raaaaaaaan.
3. Call me wrong, but I broke my stomach while laughing at Abbey run from those dogs in her little wedges and business suit. Didn’t they teach Abbey in local news reporter school that when dogs come at you, drop your mic, kick off your wedges and climb up the nearest tree?