A school administrator at a North Las Vegas high school is now being criminally investigated for body slamming a freshman girl onto the floor.
According to the girl’s mother, the man’s name is Chris Isle, an assistant principal who is still employed by Clark County School District.
According to Melinda Malone, a CCSD spokesperson, Isle has been assigned to work in an administrative office until the investigation has been completed.
“I wouldn’t say he’s banned from working with kids,” she said, “but kids aren’t typically in an administrative office.”
Anybody who watches the video will be able to see that this is not the proper way for a grown man to handle a young woman. His behavior was violently reckless and could have caused irreparable damage to the student. However, Isle has not yet been charged with a crime.
Lucenda Randle, the girl’s mother is outraged about the incident and justifiably feels that the administrator’s behavior was criminal:
“That is child abuse! CPS would have came and picked me up if that would’ve been me on the video throwing my daughter like that,” she said. “CPS would have been at my door. The officer would have arrested me, and then I would have been on the news. But guess what? It’s not me on the news. It’s the administrator on the news.”
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