From The Daily Mail:
The woman who began a fight with a mother at an Indiana Walmart has been arrested.
Rebecca Mills, 39, was charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct Wednesday, almost two weeks after fighting Amber Stephenson.
Stephenson, 34, of Beech Grove, Indiana, was previously charged with neglecting a dependent, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and disorderly conduct.
The first two charges came about after she was caught on camera encouraging her son, six, to get involved in the fight.
Mills was seen leaping out of her motorized scooter to start the fight with Stephenson in the video, leading to the women engaging in a fistfight in the middle of one of the store's beauty aisles.
That is when Stephenson told her son to get involved in the brawl.
Indiana's neglect law ranges up to serious physical abuse, but includes a prohibition against behavior that 'places the dependent in a situation that endangers the dependent's life or health.'
Stephenson's neglect of a dependent charge is a class 6 felony punishable by up to two and a half years in prison and a $10,000 fine. Contributing to the delinquency of a minor is a misdemeanor.
Amber called the Smiley Morning Show on WZPL shortly after the incident and told hosts that she was in the Walmart when she heard the other woman, who was in a motorized scooter, call the worker the n-word.
'She was sitting and yelling at an employee and she was telling her she was a n***** and she was going to get out of her chair and whoop her ass,' she said.
Mills had reportedly been upset that there were shopping carts full of supplies to be restocked in an aisle before launching the alleged abuse.
The Walmart employee later told investigators that Mills had not said the n-word, and that her argument with the woman was so quiet that there was no way Stephenson could have overheard them.
'In my defense for the employee, I asked [Mills] if she was miserable with her life. That's when she rolled her supposedly crippled [inaudible] down there and jumped out of her chair,' Stephenson told the show.
The mother said she fought back because 'I don't stand for that. With all the racial stuff going on these days... Grow up'.
Another customer pulled out his camera and started filming the altercation in which the two women lunge at each other and end up scrapping on the ground as witnesses shout at them to stop.
Stephenson's son then got involved and was seen throwing shampoo bottles at the woman pinned down by his mother.
'Johnny, punch her in the face!' Stephenson screams. 'Johnny, punch her in her f***ing face!'
Responding to questions about her son's role in the fight, Stephenson told the radio hosts that he was 'a little crazy kid' who loves taking martial arts classes.
And answering questions over the boy's well-being and attitude, she added: 'My son has been a straight-A, honor roll student all year... He's a teacher's pet. He's in a Christian private school.'
She insisted that he was 'perfectly well taken care of', pointing out that he has a large 'amount of shoes in his closet'.
In the video, bystanders can be heard wondering where security is, afraid to get involved themselves over the possible repercussions or potential lawsuits.
Speaking to the radio station, Stephenson also complained that no one stepped in to help her.
'I don't blame Walmart employees for not intervening. But as far as security, if you go to any other Walmart fight video, security is right there trying to break it up, help them.'
Following the fight, the cops arrived but no charges were brought. Her husband saw cops watching the video recorded by the shopper and said the officers were laughing.
Stephenson was checked over in an ambulance. She did not suffer any injuries and believes she walked away the victor.
'From everyone else's point of view, I did get the best of her,' she said. 'I seen a little blood.'
The video of the altercation was uploaded to YouTube on Monday and had been viewed more than 1.5 million times within a day.
'This type of behavior inside one of our stores is completely unacceptable and we are notifying the individuals involved that they are no longer welcome on Walmart property,' a Walmart spokesperson said.
'Once we were aware of this situation, a member of our management immediately called the police and we are continuing to work with them on this matter.'
Beech Grove Police Maj. Tom Hurrle added in the aftermath of the incident: 'It was an avoidable fight between two females that should've known better, in front of a six-year-old boy.
'I worry for the future of this young man, too, if he's already like that as a six-year-old.'
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