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Texas Mom Charged After Allegedly Packing Son’s Bottle With Mixed Drinks To Ward Off Bully

Police arrested a Texas mother on Tuesday for allegedly filling a bottle with a mixed drink to protect her son from bullies.

Jennifer Lynn Rossi, 45, is charged with injury to a child after she allegedly created a drink made with lemon, salt and vinegar and put it in a sports bottle for her son to take to school. There is. according to Go to CBS News. Rossi's 10-year-old son said he was bullied by an 11-year-old student who allegedly stole his drink during gym class. The incident happened Tuesday after a classmate allegedly stole the boy's drink on Monday, according to CBS affiliate KENS-TV. report.

“Regardless of whether or not the bullying allegations at the root of this situation are substantiated, we will not take matters into our own hands and injure our children,” Sheriff Javier Salazar said, according to a CBS News report. There will never be any excuses.” (Related: Arkansas mother says kindergarten teacher told students to dig feces from toilet)

The mixture was not toxic, but a fellow student was sent to the hospital, the news agency said. After ingesting large amounts of this mixture during physical education class, the boy suffered from his nausea and headache. He has since recovered, CBS affiliate KENS-TV reported.

The mother has been free on bail since her arrest. According to CBS News, she expressed her remorse and accepted full responsibility for the consequences of her own actions. The incident also affects Rossi's son, who will face disciplinary action under the school's student conduct policy, school officials said.

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