The internet is in a frenzy after watching a video of a teenage girl completely lose it on a teacher.

A  video recently began to circulate the internet, and it was discovered that a 15-year-old freshman at Castleberry High School in Fort Worth was responsible for the atrocious behavior captured.

Deal With Me

The teacher is seen attempting to make a call on the landline school phone, when the teenage student walks up and ends the call. The teacher then removes the student's hand from the phone, so that she may resume making her call when she's struck by the teen who yells:

"Deal with me!"

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Patience Is A Virtue

The teacher remains remarkably calm and steps into the hallway to request assistance. Meanwhile the teenager is seen attempting to use the phone. The teacher returns and before she can take the phone, the student yells that she is, "calling my mama!"

The teacher walks away and the student then states:

"You ain't about to f**k me up b**ch!"

Yikes, Yikes, Yikes

From here it just gets terribly worse. The girl asks her mother to come get her and states that:

"This teacher is about to get f**ked up if she doesn’t get the f**k away from me."

But she doesn't stop there..

“You want to talk to her because she’s Black, and she’s f**king p**sing me off right now,” she says to her mother.

Who knows what her mom replies with because at that point she chunks the phone at the unsuspecting teacher and storms off, slamming the classroom door behind her.

Mom and School Speak Out

The student is currently facing a 3 day suspension.

The girl's mother, Brittany Evans told WFAA her daughter is autistic, bi-polar, and battles depression with anxious distress. Evans also stated that she personally wanted to apologize to the teacher.

“She is an amazing woman. She is calm, very collected, super sweet. I wanted to reach out to her but didn’t know how,” Evans said. “She is, in my eyes, a saint. And needs an award.”

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