The Colliers of Largo, Fla., have yet to recover from authorities’ charging the 73-year-old family matriarch with domestic battery.
“Shocked,” Theresa Collier said of her arrest. “I am so shocked after everything that happened. I wanted to crawl into a hole and die.”
The trouble began last Tuesday when two officers from the Largo Police Department responded to a domestic violence call by Collier’s granddaughter, Felicia Collier.
The young woman, 18, was visiting her grandmother’s house to use the computer. She is finishing her senior year of studies online because she had been kicked out of Catholic school for cursing out a nun, Theresa Collier said.
“She didn’t want to listen to me. She kept saying ‘F-you,’ and using the F-word about our family members,” the elder Collier said. “I had enough of it. I was so upset that I got up and slapped her across the face. She grabbed my wrists and I couldn’t move.”
The young woman then called police to report the alleged incident.
Felicia Collier tried many times to convince officers not to arrest her grandmother but to no avail, according to police. ”The next thing you know they are arresting me,” Collier said. “We didn’t know what was going on.”
This is why we need to get back to raising and displining our children. They have lost their minds. So you have your Grandmother arrested for slapping you after you curse her out – in her house?
It’s sickening that our society has come to this and that the government aids this foolishness. Grandma should have knocked her trifling behind out.